Have you ever wondered why HR Departments continue to make complex processes? In reality, all of us want things simple. But, when you look at our organizations they are filled with complexity. It seems like the more we try to make things simple, the more complex they get. You know what? It’s you – it’s […]
U.K-based job vertical Sonic Jobs has unveiled a new in-app job search process that lets candidates apply for jobs using its app without needing to be redirected to an employers’ website. It also means clients and ATS providers don’t need to use technical resources to adapt systems.
For the past decade or so, the HR Technology Conference has been one of the top conferences I attend every year! I’ve spoken and many covered all of them as a blogger or analyst, so when HR Tech went virtual for 2020, you knew I was going to check it out! Let’s face it, virtual […]
Facebook looks to be launching a recruitment drive in the U.K. that could double the size of its overall U.K. staff numbers to 6,000 and could be part of an investment in Facebook Marketplace in the U.K.
My buddy, Chris Bailey, from the Cayman Islands called me and said, “Hey, I’m helping out with this HR thing called InnovateWork. Will you come on the event and do a talk?” I ask, “How long?” He says, “9 minutes.” I say, “9 minutes! I can definitely talk for 9 minutes!” The event is Tuesday, […]
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A new study out from Harvard (so you know it’s legit and sh*t!) on what is the real payoff on paying employees more. It the age-old question, right? We can’t find great talent, so we say, “well, if we paid more we could find more talent”. Not quite “great talent” but more talent. But, that […]
I keep getting told by folks who tend to know way more than me that employees ‘today’ don’t care about staying at a company long term. “Tim you just don’t get it, the younger workforce just wants to spend one to three years at a job than leave for something new and different.” You’re right! […]
In episode 38 of The HR Famous Podcast, longtime HR leaders (and friends) Tim Sackett, Kris Dunn, and Jessica Lee discuss whether having two bosses or two CEOs (dual leadership in major corporations) ever works, superior genetic traits and dress codes in a WFH environment. Listen (click this link if you don’t see the player) and be sure […]
I’ve written a ton about ageism on my blog. Let’s face it, I’m a 50-year-old white dude. Yeah, I know I love higher 40’s, but still, it is what it is. Ageism is a real problem in hiring. I’ve written often of my support for older workers and them being the most undervalued talent in […]
One of the really great things that have happened in 2020 is the giant spotlight D&I has gotten in organizations, especially around hiring a more diverse workforce. Obviously, organizations have been working on this for a while, but with limited success. What researchers are discovering is that many organizations might have “Diversification Bias” in their […]
Pretty cool news coming out of LinkedIn this week! LinkedIn has made a few changes to help job seekers (#ImOpenToWork photo frames, Career Explorer, free skill courses, etc.) and also will be helping employers, especially SMBs, who need help connecting with this talent with FREE job posts! No, really, you don’t have to put a […]
I recently had a great conversation with the CEO of Greenhouse Software, Jon Stross. Jon developed a model he calls the Hiring Maturity Model. Basically, it’s a scale or curve of where your recruiting department is in terms of technology maturity. Part of that conversation was a fascinating piece around why do we keep technology […]
Yep, buckle up kids, Uncle Timmy is ranting today! First, anyone who calls themselves “Uncle” anything should be shot. That’s a creepy factor of one thousand, on a scale of one to one hundred. I’ve been trying to figure out how to write about politics for a few months now. My personal Life Coach, Kristian […]