7 Ways To Better Manage Your Glassdoor Reviews

Guest: Rachel Bitte Employment Branding and Culture, Jobvite, Rachel Bitte 2 Comments

Amassing nearly 50 million unique users, it’s no secret that Glassdoor is now a juggernaut in the recruiting and hiring world. Whether you think it’s a great new marketing tool, a place for aggrieved employees to air dirty laundry, or something in between—doesn’t exactly matter. With the hiring situation being a candidates’ market—and nearly one in three workers declining job …

It Took a Terrible Airline to Bring Back the Stupidus Maximus Award Honoring Bad Management

John Hollon Bad HR, John Hollon 1 Comment

Back when I was Editor of a talent management magazine, I gave out an annual Stupidus Maximus Award to honor the “most ignorant, shortsighted and dumb workforce management practice of the year.” This was a VERY popular feature, and it ended when I left the magazine back in 2010. But after all the colossal management stupidity over the last year coming out of …

7 Controllable Things Any HR Pro Can Do To Make Their Company Better

Ben Martinez Ben Martinez, HR (& Life!) Advice 0 Comments

There are scores of tips for HR pros to help make their companies better – be more strategic, be disruptive, be an advisor, etc. Being all those things is good, but it takes focus. Here are seven controllable (but not always easy) acts any HR pro can do that trumps a Master’s Degree and will make their company better. Get off …

Drake’s “God’s Plan” Is Telling You How to Do Recruiting and HR

Kris Dunn HR, Kris Dunn, Pop Culture 0 Comments

–Imagine if I never met the broskis… ————————————————— Life with kids these days is hard for a GenX parent.  While my wife has temporarily Jedi-mind tricked my 14-year old into loving hits from the 70s and 80s (she drives him around and she may as well have tied him up and made him listen to the Sirius stations for a …

Keeping Your Best Hands on Deck in Times of Uncertainty

John Whitaker Change, John Whitaker, Uncategorized 0 Comments

You know there’s a funny fact about mosquitoes…only the female variety of mosquito will bite you, while only the male mosquito makes an audible “buzz” when it flies. So the saying goes, it’s when you hear nothing that you should worry most. At DentalOne, we’re currently going through one of those transitory phases where change & uncertainty abound. Needless to …

Source Smarter Not Harder With Marketing

Corey Burns Corey Burns, Recruitment Marketing 1 Comment

I know what you’re thinking – “Another Recruiting and Marketing article.” I get it, we’re all aware of the relationship and similarities between Marketing and Recruiting. Most commonly, we hear about employer branding and how marketing can elevate those efforts.  Well, that’s great, but we are ultimately judged on our ability to hire the right talent at the right time. …

Leaders Should Use “Empathy” Cheat-Sheets, As Long As They Mean It

Dawn Burke Dawn Burke, Good HR 0 Comments

Did you know Trump was in the news? Of course you did. After the Parkland shooting, Trump met with several survivors to talk about the shooting’s impact. Per the Trump playbook, not to miss a photo op, Trump allowed the open discussion to be videoed.  To many viewers’ surprise, something new-and-shiny appeared in the hands of the Commander-In-Chief. They were …

Sometimes You Just Need To “Burn” A Hire

Tim Sackett Audacious Ideas, Candidate Pool, Hiring Managers, HR, Tim Sackett 0 Comments

I love baseball. There is a concept in baseball where a pitcher will “burn” a pitch, here and there. Basically, it means that the pitcher isn’t actually trying to throw a strike; they are using this pitch to set up another pitch.  For all intents and purposes, the pitcher is wasting that pitch for the greater good. Have you ever …

Not a Whole “Lotto” Thought Went Into That Decision, United

Kathy Rapp Change Management, Coaching, Communication, Compensation/Cash Money, Culture, Current Affairs, Employee Engagement, Employment Branding and Culture, Engagement and Satisfaction, HR, in the news, Kathy Rapp, Leadership, Managing People, Recognition, Talent Management, Talent Strategy, Total Rewards 2 Comments

You’ve all read about United Airlines replacing bonuses with a lottery and trying to tie it to their Core4 mission to become “known as the most caring airline in a highly-competitive industry”.  It didn’t go over so well.  In fact, it crashed and burned. The announcement was made public on a Friday, and by the following Tuesday United announced they …