5 Things You Should Know This Week

Cara Lucas Cara Lucas, The HR Profession, This Week in HR

Welcome back to another awesome week with your favorite blogging team at Fistful of Talent! Check out these 5 articles before you dive into that to-do list. 1. Facebook is at the forefront of a radical workplace shift — and every business in America should take notice: The company has cultivated a culture where it’s taboo not to take the full four …

I Heard Google Pays Mailroom Boys 100K (Dealing with Competitive Issues on Compensation)

Kris Dunn Change Management, Compensation/Cash Money, Employee Communications, Engagement and Satisfaction, HR, Kris Dunn, Labor, The HR Profession

Quote – “If the grass looks greener on the other side, it is probably AstroTurf.” -Unknown Everybody wants more money, people. This we know. Internal issues related to pay are one thing. There’s also a big nasty world outside of your company that creates fear, uncertainty and doubt (FUD) across your employee base related to pay satisfaction. Whether it’s macro-media …

VIDEO: No Scrubs with Tim Sackett – Real Life HR, Recruiting From The Trenches

Dawn Burke Dawn Burke, HR, Jobvite, Recruiting, The HR Profession, Tim Sackett

Check out the video above as Dawn Burke riffs with Tim Sackett, President at HRU Technical Resources, on her latest post where she interviews corporate recruiters on their top takeaways/tools of the trade used in their day-to-day recruiting life. Tim dishes on the post and gives his opinion on the tools these “in-the-trench” recruiters reference, as well as what he really believes motivates a …

VIDEO: Secret Sauce with Tim Sackett – How To Introduce HR Data To Your Organization For The First Time

RJ Morris Good HR, HR, HR Tech, Recruiting, RJ Morris, The HR Profession, Tim Sackett

Welcome to our video series, Secret Sauce, brought to you by the awesome team at OutMatch! Each month, our host, R.J. Morris, will chat with a featured guest on ways you can apply predictive analytics and data to the people function of your business. This month on Secret Sauce, R.J. talks to Tim Sackett, President at HRU Technical Resources, on simple ways you can be smart …

I’m Good Enough, I’m Smart Enough, and Doggone It, People Like Me!

Kathy Rapp Change, Change Management, Coaching, Employee Coaching, Engagement and Satisfaction, HR, HR (& Life!) Advice, Kathy Rapp, Leadership, Learning, Pop Culture, The HR Profession

“Daily Affirmation with Stuart Smalley” is one of the reasons I continued to watch SNL in the 90’s.  Al Franken invented and acted out Stuart in a way that made you laugh and cringe at the same time. I’m not an affirmation gal.  The closest I get is coaching my daughter to tell me to “Buck up, Mommy!” whenever I …

5 Things You Should Know This Week

Cara Lucas Cara Lucas, The HR Profession, This Week in HR

Welcome back to another great week with your favorite blogging team here at FOT! Get your Monday morning started right with these 5 articles below: 1.Former Facebook Workers: We Routinely Suppressed Conservative News: Imposing human editorial values onto the lists of topics an algorithm spits out is by no means a bad thing—but it is in stark contrast to the company’s …

The 5 Biggest Mistakes (Almost) Every Recruiter Makes

Matt Charney Always Be Closing, Hiring Managers, HR, Matt Charney, Recruiting, Social Networking, Social Recruiting, The HR Profession

Recruiting is never easy, but for some reason, many talent acquisition professionals make it somehow much harder than it really needs to be. The fact that recruiters inherently work in silos and are largely forced to figure out the intricacies of talent sourcing and screening independently means that we tend to all make the same mistakes. For the most part, …

5 Things You Should Know This Week

Cara Lucas Cara Lucas, The HR Profession, This Week in HR

Welcome back to another great week with your favorite blogging team! Get your morning started with these 5 must-reads: 1. How Politically Correct Should the Workplace Be?: A tough test-case from Denmark is an opportunity for teasing out the questions that surround off-color jokes made in the workplace. 2. The Case for a New WPA: When the government pays for people to work, …