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Call Me! The Lost Art of Picking Up The Phone.

Gen X version: “Call me (call me) on the line Call me, call me any, anytime“ Millennial version: “Hey, I just met you, And this is crazy, But here’s my… Get the Rest

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Leftovers? AGAIN??

Even as kids we all realized something... when you ask "what's for dinner?" and the answer is "leftovers," Mom was out of time, patience, or energy. No matter

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The Only Skill That Really Matters for Recruiting & Sourcing

While there’s been some slight advances in the tools and technologies available for finding top talent, even the most advanced systems are simply automating what the most effective

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The Unsophisticated Hiring Manager

We spend a fair bit of time in our little shop talking about how to work with sophisticated hiring managers vs. unsophisticated managers. This has nothing to do

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I’m Trying To Talk My Brother Into Working In HR

I'm trying to talk my little brother into working in HR. I know, I know. It's a horrible idea for a million reasons. Wait, it's not a terrible idea. He

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How To Avoid Being “Trumped” During An Interview

Yes, I'm proud to be an American and am extremely grateful for all we have in this country, but man, our presidential election process has become a complete

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Screw The Gym. 3 Healthier Ways To Keep Your 2016 HR Resolutions

January 1st.  My gym is packed.  Brand new workout gear is on display.  There's a line for the adduction lever machine. Fitness resolutions are certainly worthy, but, like most

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The Post and Pray Podcast: To Land Top Talent, You’ve Got To Tell The Story. #ChooseATL

The word "choice" plays an active role in today's guest's mission to attract top talent to the Atlanta area. Aptly named ChooseATL, the organization's Vice-President, Kate Atwood, capitalizes

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Recruiting Edge: Why The Agency Model Wins

When you live in the corporate recruiting world long enough, you're certain to run into the occasional headhunter "end run" from a hiring manager. Call it an occupational

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Most Talent Pros Cannot Run a Cool GE Brand Campaign

The alternate title would be: "The Poor HR Pro's Guide to Figuring Out Employment Brand." GE’s recent brilliant branding effort centered around “What’s wrong with Owen” is, I believe,