HR Needs to Shave with Occam’s Razor

Paul Hebert Employee Communications, Employee Engagement, employee experience, Engagement and Satisfaction, Good HR, HR, HR Technology, Paul Hebert 8 Comments

Time for a quiz, my fellow HR aficionados! Look at the three numbers below. 7… 84… 3,321 Your job is to find a rule based on those three numbers that will allow you to predict the next number in the series. Ready – GO! I’ll give you the answer at the end, but take some time… jot down your theory. …

Say My Name…

John Whitaker Audacious Ideas, Candidate Pool, FOT Reads, HR, Innovation, John Whitaker

Before the magic of Vince Gilligan forever bastardized the name “Heisenberg,” the actual man was one of the more recognized and respected names in the field of physics, and a flat-out pioneer in quantum mechanics. Check out the big brain on Werner is what I’m saying. Google “Herr Heisenberg” and chances are you’re going to find the “Uncertainty Principle” listed at the …

William Tincup for President

William Tincup Audacious Ideas, Employment Branding and Culture, Good HR, Influence, Policies, Pop Culture, Social Media and Talent, William Tincup

Okay, I’m running for the President of the United States of America in 2016. Time for Tincup to clean up Washington! Are you with me? Don’t say yes or no yet… here’s my short plan to un-screw America: Guns: you can buy them, own them, swap them—whatever. The only caveat is civilians cannot possess any weapon with a clip that holds …

There’s No Such Thing As Black People Music…

William Tincup Diversity, Good HR, HR (& Life!) Advice, William Tincup

Turns out… we’re all riddled with biases. Newsflash! While we secretly wish that wasn’t the case and/or that we were somehow above it, we’re not. And for the cynics amongst us, allow me a moment to prove it to you. Imagine a scenario for me… you’re interviewing candidates for a critical role within your organization. During polite conversation the candidate …