A few years ago I began the habit of getting up earlier and writing in my journal, taking the time to be reflective, appreciative, and grateful. I went over my goals each morning and my values. I devoted time to reading stories and quotations that inspired me. Finding, reading, and journaling about these pieces of […]
A new recruitment company hopes to cut out the middleman by giving job applicants the direct contact information of the HR person or recruiter within a company. ZipApply says that by pulling information from a variety of online sources, it can find the exact people in charge of hiring for just about any location or […]
Mistakes to avoid when looking for that seasonal job.
Sourcing from home is a dream come true for many. There is something about not having to take a shower before “going into work” that appeals to the inner sloth in us all. While it is true, certain freedoms are created via a work from home lifestyle, in turn, new boundaries have to be established.
When equity crowdfunding platform Uprise.Africa goes live in South Africa later in October, job site Jobvine will be one of the first local companies on the platform vying for funds from the crowd in exchange for equity. The post Jobvine to finance new app with funds from crowd appeared first on AIM Group.
In part one of my article of how would I build a talent acquisition function today, we covered the people (resources) and skills you would use when building the right organizational model. I also teed up some disclaimers for context to the three-part series. I am not going to list them again, but if you […]
If you ask, most people will tell you they are generally an honest person. We all tell the odd little white lie from time to time, but these small untruths are usually no cause for concern.
IBM’s Watson is synonymous with AI. Perhaps IBM should have named it Sherlock. Anyone familiar with the Sherlock Holmes stories knows that Watson wasn’t very bright. But he did have his uses. He was good at collecting and summarizing information, and with a lot of guidance he managed to make some sense of it.
I had a conversation the other day with a corporate HR director and we were talking recruiters, corporate recruiters.
Often I’ll have managers express reluctance to give performance improvement feedback to an employee who is either a great performer in general or an employee who did something well, but had a couple of areas where they could have done things better.
For prospective job hunters, the outlook for employment is the best it’s been since the financial crisis, according to Manpower Group.
Working with an executive coach can have a huge payoff for leaders as they develop, improve their skills and stretch in new areas. Like anything in life, coaching is as much about what you give as what you get back.
Posting a job opening in today’s world may seem like a no-brainer. Put it online and blast it out for anyone and everyone to see. The more job applications, the better, right? Eh, not necessarily. While technology has made it easy to reach the masses, it has also made it easy to receive masses of […]