Is All Feedback Good Feedback?

Katie Augsburger Coaching, Culture, Managing People, Performance 1 Comment

Five things you need to ask yourself before you give an employee feedback Every HR conference and article has been filled with content on the importance of “creating a feedback culture.” We are taught that very little can improve the employee/employer relationship more than timely and honest performance feedback. I think there is a lot of truth in this. We …

Google Moves to Annual Performance Reviews (e31 of The HR Famous Podcast)

Kris Dunn Innovation, Performance, Performance Reviews, The HR Famous Podcast 0 Comments

In episode 31 of The HR Famous Podcast, long-time HR leaders (and friends) Tim Sackett, Kris Dunn and Jessica Lee discuss Google’s move to a very uncool/unhip annual performance review cycle (called a “perf” which is dangerously close to bad stuff), David Blaine’s recent dangerous endeavor, and the latest CHRO move of the week involving IBM’s new HR leader. Listen (click this link if you don’t see …

“You Hire People for a Living, I’m Sure Interviewing is Easy For You!”

Liz Desio College Recruiting, HR Tech, Interviewing, Recruiting, Talent Acquisition 0 Comments

The Anxiety-Inducing Meta Experience of Interviewing as an HR Person When you interview for a job as an HR person, I imagine it’s how it would feel if you were a doctor about to undergo surgery. Or a hair stylist getting an adventurous dye job. Or my Italian Grandma ordering lasagna at a restaurant. If you’re the Supreme Expert, how …

Is Johnny Taylor Good for SHRM and HR?

Kris Dunn Good HR, HR, HR & Marketing, SHRM, The HR Famous Podcast 0 Comments

In episode 30 of The HR Famous Podcast, long-time HR leaders (and friends) Tim Sackett, Kris Dunn and Jessica Lee link up to discuss Senator Tom Carper’s senate hearing mishap with Zoom and Johnny Taylor’s time at SHRM, asking and discussing the question “is Johnny Taylor for good for SHRM and HR?” The gang discusses Johnny Taylor’s leadership of the mega HR association SHRM based on this …

Intel In the Job Posting – 4 Tips for Job Seekers

Katrina Kibben Communication, Recruiting, Social Recruiting, Talent Acquisition

In the pantheon of awful things, looking for a job is right up there with waxing and breakups. It’s painful, full of uncertainty, and makes you question everything. Yes, waxing does that. Trust. I’ve been there. I was laid off twice before starting Three Ears Media, and both scenarios caught me off guard and turned my life plans in a …

21% of Parents Reduce Work Hours!

Tim Sackett COVID-19, Employee Relations, Performance, Women in the Workplace, Workplace Flexibilty 1 Comment

This past week, at my office, a bunch of my coworkers had their kids “return” to school, and by “return” I mean they put on their backpack, went out to the front porch, and took the first day of school picture for the Gram, and then marched right back inside and got a video call with their new class and …

What’s new on LinkedIn? The Personal Press Release!

Kelly Dingee Career Advice, COVID-19, Recruiting, Social Media and Talent, Talent Acquisition 0 Comments

Oh LinkedIn….our love/hate relationship continues.  I need you, I don’t want to need you, but I do for my recruiting role. You’re a resource for competitive intelligence and every once in a while, spark a great conversation with a potential job seeker or peer. And now….now in this crazy economic time, you bring me so many additional things. The Weird Network …

How The Rise of Luka Doncic Shines a Light on Multiple Hiring Biases

Adam Rosenfield Hiring Bias, Selection, Talent Acquisition 2 Comments

“The one that got away” A phrase that means you missed out, didn’t do your due diligence, or put up some sort of bias blocker that you thought at the time was smart, but cost you in the long run.  We hear it constantly- whether  we’re deep in a Sex and City binge watch, or executives lamenting a hire they …

Why HR Generalists Are Winning During COVID! (The HR Famous Podcast)

Kris Dunn Career Paths, COVID-19, Good HR, HR 0 Comments

In episode 29 of The HR Famous Podcast, long-time HR leaders (and friends) Tim Sackett, Kris Dunn and Jessica Lee discuss how HR Generalists are rapidly becoming the preferred choice for HR Leaders with shrinking staff/team size due to their “do it all” mentality, and discuss how specialists in the HR field can protect themselves vs further cuts as furloughs turn into layoffs. The gang also provide a …