The Weight of the Matter

Mark Fogel Food and Drink, Mark Fogel, Personal Brand, Recruiting, wellness, Work Life Balance

Of all the topics that are taboo in the inner sanctum of the Talent/HR world, weight may be the toughest to be honest about. Especially here in the US and especially with female HR executives, although today’s quip is coming from the cliché Overweight, Caucasian, Over 50 former C-suite dude. Today I will weave a true and humbling story of …

work/life balance

Can You Choose Your Work/Life Balance? 3 Actions To Take.

Kelly Dingee Communication, Email, Engagement and Satisfaction, Holidays, Kelly Dingee, Vacation, wellness, Work Life Balance, Workplace Flexibilty

Can you? In this world where we are always on, is it possible to draw a line in the proverbial sand and give yourself that desired balance? Is it possible to feel like you have mastered being a super employee and super (mom/dad/spouse/partner/person)? More and more as I screen senior-level candidates, I find this to be a struggle for them. …

Work-Life Balance is a Human Resources Imperative

Laurie Ruettimann Audacious Ideas, HR, HR (& Life!) Advice, Work Life Balance

Earlier this year, I told you that a job in human resources gives you all kinds of flexibility and balance. Most of you thought I was a liar. Then I said that HR should take a sabbatical, and many of you laughed at me. “Who’s got time for a sabbatical?” I weep for you people. Yes, you people. As HR …

The Dream Is Free, The Hustle Is Sold Separately

Chelsea Rowe Chelsea Rowe, Coaching, Employee Coaching, HR, HR (& Life!) Advice

I could lie to you and tell you to reach for the stars to get you through hump day. But that’s not how we do things in FOT Nation. We take our coffee black and our lattes with an extra shot of truth. Here’s a little something extra to kick your morning into high gear: You’re not the best in your game. You’re far from …