The Interview Lies That Bind Us

Tim Sackett candidate experience, Candidate Pool, Hiring Managers, Interviewing, Uncategorized 1 Comment

Guess who lies the most during interviews? Yes, you are right! How do I know you’re right, without even finding out your answer? Because everyone lies during interviews! Hiring Managers lie. Interviewees lie. HR lies. The Recruiters lie. Everyone. Lies. The Wall Street Journal recently did a piece on all the lies and the types of lies that happen during …

Changing the HR Game: Meet Madison Butler

Kelly Dingee Diversity, HR, Kelly Dingee, Uncategorized 0 Comments

2020 has been revolutionary. An eye opener for HR. DE&I was present and important a year ago, but now, it better be your lead initiative. At the very least as an HR and Recruiting professional, you better be listening. And listening hard. I started listening about a year ago as we began launching my employer’s new DE&I initiative. And part …

Dear Team, Stay With Me!

William J. Wiggins Coaching, COVID-19, Employee Communications, Employee Engagement, Employment Branding and Culture, Good HR, Mental Health, politics, Uncategorized

Over the past months, people with seemingly nothing in common bonded together in grassroots efforts across the country over an out-of-control pandemic that is perpetually “rounding the turn”. One thing’s for sure: This has united the masses in ways not seen since the civil-rights movement and there is no turning back. I am the head of HR for a very …

Inclusion Education is Everywhere…Time to Educate HR

Kelly Dingee Diversity, Employee Engagement, Kelly Dingee, Recruiting, SHRM, Uncategorized

I, like you, didn’t expect 2020 to deliver the tragedy and chaos it has brought on our doorstep.  I feel helpless all the time, and that’s a maddening feeling when you’re a “fixer”. I can’t fix everyone.  But I can make sure as I move forward as a mother, an HR Lady, a human….that I bring my best.  I can …

Two Jobs in 24 Hours

Ed Baldwin Change, COVID-19, Ed Baldwin, Generations, Job Market, Mobile Recruiting, Talent Acquisition, Uncategorized

With Paul Hebert’s last post here on FOT (Hebert Out) he challenged all writers to avoid “saying the same thing over and over, using different words”. He challenged us to create innovative content and not just drudge through the same topics, over and over again. Given that the HR blog world has been around more than a decade and has …

McDonalds & The Art of the Executive Harassment Investigation (The HR Famous Podcast)

Kris Dunn Employment Law, Harassment, Lawsuits, Sexual Harassment, The HR Famous Podcast, Uncategorized

In case you missed it, McDonald’s recently claimed CEO Steve Easterbrook had sexual relationships with three underlings that it hadn’t known about when it negotiated a package worth a reported $42 million over an inappropriate relationship, alleging he had “lied” and “concealed evidence” about the affairs. The evidence includes dozens of naked or explicit photos and videos of women — some of them …

HCM WOES for HCM PROS

Corey Burns ATS, Corey Burns, Employee Engagement, employee experience, HR Tech, Uncategorized

Over the past 6 months, my organization has been in the midst of transitioning to the Oracle HCM suite. The decision to go to an HCM system was largely based on our disjointed and highly antiquated HR systems, which led to mountains of manual processes. In the name of consistency, employee engagement & transparency, regulatory compliance, and centralized data warehousing, …

The Recruiting Flip Flop – 3 Things to Know

Corey Burns candidate experience, Corey Burns, Culture, Recruiting, Talent Strategy, Uncategorized

Along with most industries, the Recruiting world has flipped upside down. For many, this is new territory; we don’t often experience drastic change in such a short time. Like most change, not all is negative and we will either adapt or find our way out of the Recruiting space. Some of these changes are a reminder of what recruiting looked …

Making Peace With Getting Laid Off in HR/Recruiting During COVID (+Podcast Interview)

Liz Desio Change Management, COVID-19, Good HR, Organizational Development, Uncategorized

Editors note – Liz Desio is a NYC-based HR/Recruiting Pro who had her career impacted by COVID. She’s a triple threat – has actively recruited, wants a career in broader HR and can write. Pick her up for your team if you can. FOT founder Kris Dunn interviewed Liz to pick up the whole story on his podcast Best Hire …