Politically Incorrect, Burning Bridges and Telling “All”

This post will go against all conventional wisdom. Sometimes it’s the right thing to tell-all. Many of you will disagree, even a few of the writers on this site. Of… Get the Rest

Where Do You Want to Find Job Seekers?

Recruiters and sourcers are panicked about the changes on LinkedIn.  It started with limiting free access to candidates and now there are rumors of recruiters ending up in

HR and FOT’s Law

Huh, you say. FOT’s Law. What is that? Hold on for a minute and I’ll clue you in. I don’t work in HR. I’ve never played one on TV

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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

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Have You Forgotten to Brand Your Jobs?

There's a good chance if you're in Talent Acquisition that you're working on your Employment Brand (EB). EB has been probably the hottest priority for TA leaders over

5 Steps for Preventing Recruiter Burnout

My grandmother worked at a General Motors metal fabrication plant, raised five daughters, had the most wonderful dinner on the table each night, looked absolutely beautiful at all

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People at Holiday Parties are Talking About HR Tech, Employer Brands and Suvees

Yesterday I should have knocked out a few hours of work and put the finishing touches on my 2017 strategic plan, but instead I woke up at 8:30,

Want to Foster a Risk-Taking Culture? If So, You Better Be Willing to Deal With a $2 Million Mistake

You've heard managers say it over and over -- "we want our employees to feel they can take risks!" -- yet you wonder how many companies really, truly

Need Ideas for Our Holiday Book at Kinetix…

The holidays are right around the corner and our gift wrapping supplies are set—all of this can only mean one thing: it’s time find ideas for our annual

What Did 56,000+ Software Developers Say About the Job Market?

Stack Overflow recently released the results from their annual Developer Survey and this year over 56,000 Developers from 173 countries answered questions about the tech they love, the tech