No More Smelly Candidates With Video Interviewing! #WEBINAR

Tim Sackett Driving Productivity, Employee Coaching, Employee Communications, Employment Branding and Culture, Good HR, Hiring Managers, HR, HR Tech, HR Technology, Innovation, Interviewing, Organizational Development, Profiles, Recruiting, Resumes, SHRM, Social Media, Social Recruiting, Sourcing, Television, The HR Profession, Tim Sackett, Trench HR, War for Talent, Web/Tech, Webinar

KD and I are back at it – we’re doing an upcoming webinar on Wednesday May 23rd at 1pm EST (click here to register).  We have a lot of fun with these – we get to check out some very cool stuff in HR – and we get to channel our inner Oprah at the same time!   For this recent …

A Proust Questionnaire for HR Candidates? I’m Game.

Kathy Rapp Interviewing, Kathy Rapp, Television

On Barbara Walter’s holiday special this year, she interviewed the Obamas and used a form of the Proust Questionnaire.  I knew the type of questions from the back-page of Vanity Fair (yes, I read trash mags) so hearing Barb ask the President and First Lady such questions made me think about the insights we’d get from candidates using similar methodology.  …

The REAL Reality of Headhunting…

Kathy Rapp Kathy Rapp, Recruiting, Television

I hate the term “headhunter”.  When I made the jump to the dark side, as my HR colleagues like to joke, I wanted to find a new name for what my company does.  When I describe it to others, invariably I’ll get, “Oh, you’re a headhunter”.  Ugh, and yes, this is MY bias and personal issue with not wanting to …

The Tribe Has Spoken – Survivor: Office Style

Marisa Keegan Employee Communications, Employee Relations, Engagement and Satisfaction, Marisa Keegan, Television

I’ll be the first to admit that watching Survivor is like watching a car wreck – sick, but oddly intriguing. While most people would say they watch it for the crazy challenges, the strategy & game play, or the barely dressed girls, I watch because of the psychology behind it. The reason Survivor is truly successful is because they set …