In Poland, Agora has appointed Krzysztof Syrek as marketing head and Adam Piwek as content and communication manager for its recruitment sites HRLink.pl and GoldenLine.pl.
If you’re out looking for a job it usually feels like you’re being judged on every little thing you do, has done, or potentially will do in the future. Interestingly enough, a Harvard professor discovered you’re actually only judged on two things: “People size you up in seconds, but what exactly are they evaluating? Harvard […]
In Episode 44 of The HR Famous Podcast, long-time HR leaders (and friends) Tim Sackett, Kris Dunn, and Jessica Lee come together in the new year to discuss that Gary V requested Jessica on LinkedIn, the CHRO move of the week, and Google calling their employees back into the office (eventually). Listen (click this link if you don’t see […]
Singapore-based job portal GrabJobs is one of the first of Southeast Asian recruitment startups to seriously consider international expansion.
If you are into college athletics, you have heard of the NCAA Transfer portal. If you are not into college athletics, basically the transfer portal is the technology used for an athlete of one school to let everyone involved know they intend to move from their current school to a new school. There are over […]
Small businesses are ready for 2021. As we look ahead at a new year, we wondered about what professional New Year’s resolutions small businesses have…and why? To gain some insights and perspectives about new year’s resolutions, we asked the Terkel community to answer the following question: What is one of your professional New Year’s resolutions? […]
Two rules of thumb in acquiring talent: In a good, long-term economic outlook, building talent will ultimately be better. In a questionable, short-term economic outlook, buying/renting talent is the best bet. 2021 is not the time to decide to build talent, at least not in the first two quarters. Most organizations have already started renting […]
One of my favorite things to do at the end of each year is make predictions for the upcoming year. Pulling out the ol’ crystal ball is fun, because you can go as nuts as you want, and no one will really call you on it, because, ya’ know, predictions.
I have three sons, two of whom just graduated from college. They can do anything right now! If they wanted, they could fill a backpack and walk the earth. No one is going to stop them, in fact, many will congratulate them for taking this leap while they’re young. In just a few years, people […]
It’s what you hearing…Listen! It’s what you hearing…Listen! It’s what you hearing…LISTEN! (DMX – X Gon’ Give It To Ya) I hear you… 2020 was not what you expected or what you wanted. I hear you. You aren’t where you want to be in life. I hear you. You didn’t accomplish all you wanted this […]
I read an article recently where a “former” Google HR executive shared his wisdom. (editor side note – are all Google HR executives “Former”? Have you ever heard from a “current” Google HR executive? Why does Google have a hard time keeping HR execs?) The dude’s name is Justin Angsuwat and he’s the current VP […]
At the HR Technology Conference his fall, Marcus Buckingham gave a talk on some new research he did on resilience. It was definitely timely because of the year that is 2020. Also, when you talk to c-suite leaders all will say one of the most sought after attributes they want in their employees would be […]
First, it’s Christmas and the majority of the world is not working. Okay, you Mr./Mrs. Hustle is still working, but normal people, those who celebrate Christmas and those who don’t, and primarily not working, so why are you reading this dumb blog post! But, while I have you… I think great leaders do certain things […]