Love Labor’s Lost: Tips To Get Over Being Dumped

Dawn Burke Dawn Burke, Giving Notice

Getting dumped by an employee sucks. When an employee you like and see great promise in leaves you, it stings.  When they leave you to make a career decision that is not understandable (in a worst-case scenario, questionable)… oh dear god, it just makes you want to cry. Watching this train wreck can be painful. And usually, it’s not even …

When High-Pots Believe in the Uniqueness of Their Special

RJ Morris Career Paths, Employee Coaching, Employee Development, Good HR, Leadership, RJ Morris, Talent Management

In the Talent world, we hear about high potential employees all the time. “She’s a high-potential; that team is loaded with high-pots; we need a high-pot to take on that unit.” Everybody wants someone labeled as a high-potential talent. Everyone, that is, except for a high-potential leading a team. One of the biggest challenges I have seen is getting a …

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It’s College Graduation Season

Mark Fogel College Recruiting, Mark Fogel, Pop Culture

Plastics The infamous one word line from the movie “The Graduate” with Dustin Hoffman. This year is the 40th anniversary of one of the most iconic movies of the 1960s. I know many of you were not even born yet or have any idea about this time piece movie. Nor do most of you draw a connection between this movie …

3 Questions to Ask Before Looking for a New HR Gig

RJ Morris Career Paths, Change, Engagement and Satisfaction, HR, Kris Dunn, Leadership, RJ Morris

The audience here at FOT is made up of HR and Talent pros, so we don’t usually write job seeker advice. Today’s post, however, is geared towards the HR pro who thinks they hate their job.  There’s a few of you out there, I think.   If you believe a lot of articles, this is the time of the year …

Yes, American Workers Can Learn a Lot From Their Uber-Loyal Canadian Cousins

John Hollon Current Affairs, Employee Relations, John Hollon, Retention

Everybody knows that Canadians, our English-speaking cousins to the North, are wonderfully courteous and kind, but guess what? They’re also incredibly loyal to their employers as well. Yes, this is yet another example of how the good people in Canada are so very, very different from their American counterparts. Most working Americans know all-too-well that the employer-employee loyalty bond has long …

The New School Podcast: Using Non-Traditional Recruiting Pools To Land Top Tech Talent

Cara Lucas Audacious Ideas, Candidate Pool, Career Paths, Good HR, Hiring Bias, Hiring Managers, HR, Kris Dunn, Labor, Tim Sackett

Welcome to the first episode of The New School Podcast, featuring host, Tim Sackett! In our first episode, Tim talks to Kris Dunn, CHRO at Kinetix, on hiring non-traditional candidates with nano-degrees, who are not necessarily “classically” trained, into top tech roles in today’s workplace. Tim and Kris dive into the thought process of hiring managers who find themselves in this version …