Tag: HR


My So-Called (Recruiting) Life.

My best friend has worked in recruiting for most of her career- I wouldn’t have been able to say that 5 months ago.  “What does she...

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Family Matters: Maternity Leave And Millenials

How can HR professionals shift maternity leave to accommodate millennial parents and every other generation in the workforce?


Move On Up: A Recruiting Playbook for Corporate Relocation.

The headlines and soundbites about corporate relocation have become something of a leitmotif of our new post-truth world, particularly...


No Strings Attached: How Structured Hiring Will Keep Your Team In Sync.

Music has always played one of the most formative elements of our own personal stories.  There are certain songs, or artists, or albums...


If I Only Had A Brain: Why It’s Time To Rethink College Recruiting.

 “One of the greatest obstacles to escaping poverty is the staggering cost of higher education.” – Chris Van Hollen OK,...


Lies, Damned Lies and Millennials: Defending the Gen Y Worker.

As the graduates of 2016 are launched into the world of work, this annual rite of passage will most certainly be underscored by yet another...


CREAM: The Truth About Compensation Negotiation.

When I was recruiting, the biggest lie I ever told candidates was that salary is dependent upon experience. If you ever see anything to the...


Highway to Hell: The Future of Recruiting is Terrifying.

I don’t get out a whole hell of a lot, at least as far as the trade show circuit is concerned; taking the time out of my day...


Go Your Own Way: The Only Career Advice That Matters in Recruiting and HR.

Early into my tenure in what I finally considered a “real” job, I decided for personal kicks and grins to take one of those...

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Why LinkedIn Customer Service Is The Ultimate Oxymoron.

Turns out there’s good news, there’s bad news, and there’s LinkedIn Customer Service. At least, this was the discovery I...

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