How Do You Want To Go Out?

Kathy Rapp Career Advice, Giving Notice, Kathy Rapp 2 Comments

I read an article recently called, “What your burial outfit says about you“.  Evidentially the phrase “bury me in this” on Twitter is a thing. Most of the tweets are selfies taken by 20-somethings nowhere near death, and feature slinky outfits you see at gyms or clubs (or so I’m told…). The article goes on to describe the shift in …

Best Motivation for a Top HR Pro > A Young, Ambitious Employee

Dawn Burke Career Advice, Current Affairs, Dawn Burke, Generations, Jobvite 0 Comments

I’m not a boxing fan.  I’m not a Mixed-Martial-Arts fan nor a UFC fan.  I am a fan of great theatre, however, so I was interested to see the outcome of the Conor McGregor vs. Floyd Mayweather, Jr., match this Saturday. McGregor, the 29-year-old UFC lightweight champion, took on Mayweather, the iconic, 40-year-old, undefeated world boxing champion, in what was …

Part of The Role is Playing The Role

John Whitaker Career Advice, Interviewing, John Whitaker

I don’t conduct as many interviews these days, having moved a few degrees of separation away from the actual screening process on which we all cut our teeth. But on the occasion where I do have the opportunity to engage in an interview, there’s a 100% chance I’ll lob my pet question at the interviewee: “Tell me something about you …

Job Transition > Enjoy Limbo While You Wait For Your “McRib”

Dawn Burke Career Advice, Dawn Burke

I am currently in a job transition.  However, this time, before I jump back into the fold, I’ve decided to take a breather from corporate HR.  It’s been a new and enlightening experience for me.  This is the first time since 1996 I’ve had the opportunity to take time between full-time jobs.  That’s a mighty, mighty long time. Interestingly, although …

From Gen X to Gen Z….7 Pieces of Advice on your Graduation

Kelly Dingee Career Advice, Graduation, Kelly Dingee

Graduation is weighing heavily on my mind this week. Like many of you, we are celebrating as my oldest graduates from college on Saturday. It’s one of those moments where you reflect back….for me to her high school graduation. Thinking of who joined us to celebrate, how I bargained for tickets to the ceremony, and all the hopes and dreams …

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Your HR Career Toolkit

Laurie Ruettimann HR, HR (& Life!) Advice, Laurie Ruettimann

I’ve never met an HR pro who isn’t looking for a toolkit to facilitate personal or professional change. Whether it’s a seven-part coaching curriculum or a facilitated day of discussion, people want resources and rubrics to take their careers to the next level. That’s fine for some people. There are fabulous instruments and curricula to help you achieve your career …

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5 Things Your Exclamation Point (!!!) In Email Means to Me

Kris Dunn Communication, Email, Kris Dunn

You know who you are.  You love to use the exclamation point in emails and writing! Yes!!! You’re a peppy son of a gun.  We’re watching your enthusiasm for life and/or your sense of urgency. The thing is, you use the exclamation point so much that we’re not sure if if all that enthusiasm and/or urgency is real. Let’s start …