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Breaking Rules is Not a Bad Thing (Sometimes)

I break rules, more than I probably admit to. A couple of weeks ago I did a Selfie interview on my blog and then posted it on the #SHRM17 annual… Get the Rest

The First Step in Recruitment Marketing

One of the hottest topics in Talent Acquisition is around the concept of Recruitment Marketing. It seems like daily there are new technology solutions being released that can

It’s SHRM Membership Renewal Time!

Hey, everybody. It's SHRM membership renewal time! I just renewed my SHRM membership solely because I like Steve Browne, a newly coronated elected board member. My membership lapsed back in

HR Fatty > Make Some Tech Decisions And Take Action

My HR and leader-friends, I am going to make a bold statement. I think technology scares the hell out of us. That fear is spooking us into lethargic,

OZ, The Great and Powerful… (not)

Like many of you, I've received plenty of collateral material inviting me to the SHRM National Conference in Las Vegas. Let's put aside for a minute the temperature in

Ladies, Bring Your Diet Pills: SHRM15 and Dr. Oz

Every year, the Society for Human Resource Management has an annual conference. They choose speakers who have something to say about work, money, power, and politics. One year, SHRM invited Condoleezza

Sackadamus Gives His 2015 Predictions

The Annual Sackadamus FOT Predictions have become legendary, primarily for their uncanny accuracy and for the simple fact no one is willing to go out on such a

$HRM and HRCI; Mo Money, Mo Problems

Hank Jackson is a CPA. Prior to being CEO of SHRM, Mr. Jackson served as the Global Finance Officer. Before joining SHRM, he was the EVP/CFO for Howard University; before

Bankroll HCM: Follow the Money #SHRM13

In December 2011, TechCrunch published a short-but-brutal article that will live in infamy as one of the most influential HR-related articles since Fast Company published Why We Hate HR back in

Live from #SHRM13! It’s FOT and ADP

Tim Sackett interviews ADP on what it's like to be a software giant. [email subscribers may need to click through to see the