Tag: HR

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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...

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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...

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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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Tangled Up In Who: Building The Business Case for Personality Assessments.

For well over a century now, industrial and organizational psychologists have turned their collective focus towards a singular goal: trying...

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Primary Colors: How To Handle Political Controversy at Work.

With election year in full swing, you’ve probably already noticed that your social streams and news feeds have become like some weird...

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Three HR Trends Worth Watching Out For in 2016 (And Beyond).

Looking forward into the immediate future of the coming year, a lot of companies are doing a lot of planning, particularly when it comes to...

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Diversity & Exclusion: A Realistic Look at the Question of Progress in HR and Recruiting.

As a white male, there are few conversation topics more taboo than talking about (much less writing about) the issue of race. It’s one of...

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The Fit Bit: Does Hiring For Culture Fit Matter More Than Recruiting For Skills?

Unlike many HR centered constructs, there is actually a clearly established business case for creating a strong organizational culture, and...

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What Venture Capital Means for The Future of Recruiting.

Sourcers and recruiters have long chased after proverbial “purple squirrels,” those elusive, highly skilled candidates that...

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