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 …

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The Four Types of Content Recruiters Should Be Sharing To Build Their Personal Brands

Kate Weimer Kate Weimer, Personal Brand

Recruiting is a busy gig. There’s a lot going on everyday—from intake calls, to phone screens, to offers, not to mention all the note taking and documenting in between. With goals to think about and reqs to fill, who has time for building a personal brand by posting to social media? Well, actually, you do! The fact of the matter is, not only …

PODCAST: Turning the Tables: Recruiting Recruiters feat. Jay Kuhns

Tim Sackett Podcast, Recruiting, Tim Sackett, Udacity

Your recruiting team is headed into vast, uncharted territory. It’s great for business, but might be too much for your team, as is, to handle. What’s a leader to do? On this episode of The New School Podcast, brought to you by Udacity, host Tim Sackett and his guest Jay Kuhns dig into ways to quickly and effectively bulk up …

10 HR Recommendations for 2017

Kathy Rapp Career Paths, Change, Coaching, Communication, Corporate America, Culture, Current Affairs, Driving Productivity, Employee Engagement, Engagement and Satisfaction, FOT Shoutout, Good HR, HR, HR (& Life!) Advice, Influence, Innovation, Kathy Rapp, Personal Brand, Recruiting, Retention, Social Media, Talent Management, The HR Profession

RJ set me up nice last week with his post on questions to ask before looking for a new HR gig.  And he’ll be pleased to know at least 5 people read his blog, as hrQ has 5 fabulous new resumes! For the rest of you who are either happy, or on the fence yet motivated because it’s the start …

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3 Attributes of Decent Recruiters

Laurie Ruettimann Laurie Ruettimann, Personal Brand, Recruiting

There are three qualities of a decent recruiter. By recruiter, I mean anybody who is involved in sourcing, staffing, managing requisition workflows, coordinating offers, coaching hiring managers, and, ultimately, getting people into new jobs. The qualities of a decent recruiter are in this specific order. Trustworthiness. Are your actions and behaviors transparent? Do people know who you are, what you …

The New School Podcast: Personal Branding for Recruiters

Tim Sackett Jennifer McClure, Personal Brand, Podcast, Recruiting, Recruitment Marketing, Social Networking, Social Recruiting, Sourcing

On the latest edition of The New School Podcast, we ask, “What are the new recruiters today missing when it comes to branding themselves?” Host Tim Sackett and guest Jennifer McClure dig into this topic of personal branding within the HR/recruiting space. They pinpoint ways to help you elevate your own personal brand—and explain why it’s so important. It’s a …

Candidate Tip O’ The Week: Just say No Thank You….

Kelly Dingee Kelly Dingee, Personal Brand, References, Social Media, Social Media and Talent, Social Networking, Social Recruiting, Sourcing

Last summer, my oldest daughter worked in a daycare. Forty hours a week, sometimes split shifts, and a lot of times… the poop work. Literally. She had a great time with the kiddos (except for that poop part!), learned a lot about holding down a real job, split shifts, commuting, taxes, office politics.  And she learned how to say “No …