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Your Career Site Is Simply the Paper (or Kindle) to Your Employer Brand Story
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Redoing your career site does not mean you have an employer brand strategy.

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3 Ways For Management to Be Open to New Ideas
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It’s natural that leaders want to be in control. Each of us hopes the future will unfold according to our plans.

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How Posting to LinkedIn Can Violate A Non-Solicitation Agreement
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Early last month, I blogged here about a situation involving an individual who:

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A Look at the Big Picture of the Future of Work
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Maybe in your particular vision of the future of work, you imagine factories full of robots, automating commonplace tasks, while human beings orchestrate the work’s ultimate goals and intent. Perhaps you think of the working population’s shifting demographics, with the workforce growing older in developed nations, while emerging economies struggle to assimilate record numbers of […]

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Combining Common Sourcing Tools to Create a Sourcing Solution – Part 5
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Many tools come and go, but some have become very reliable in our efforts to better source talent. Sourcers are keen on the advantages of sourcing tools, but many are still learning the power behind combining sourcing tools to achieve optimal success.

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Werk Raises $2.9 Million to Improve Workplace Flexibility for Women
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Werk, a job board platform focused on schedule flexibility, announced on August 4 that it closed its seed funding round, having raised $2.9 million. Female-run venture fund Rethink Impact led the round, joined by SoGal Ventures and Leah Busque. Previous investors Better Ventures, Halogen Ventures, and Precursor VC also participated.

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What Would You Ask For If Your Workplace Went Union?
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If you didn’t see it last week a Nissan automotive plant in Mississippi went through a union vote deciding on whether the 6,000 workers at the plant wanted to represented by the UAW. It’s 2017, right? Is it just me or does it seem strange that we are still having union votes? Here’s what the […]

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It’s Only a Matter of Time Until You Hire a Digital Employee – What Does that Mean for Your “Analog” Employees?
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CMS Wire recently posted an article titled, Ready or Not, Here Come the ‘Digital Employees’. It was the term ‘Digital Employees’ that caught my attention in the article’s title. HR has been talking about the dreaded artificial intelligence takeover since someone put the letters ‘A’ and ‘I’ next to each other, but never had I actually […]

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Why does he get more pay than me?
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You accepted the job and the salary. Now you find out a co-worker’s salary is 30% higher than yours. Should you suck it up, or complain?

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LiveHire builds network for Randstad in Singapore
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LiveHire (ASX: LVH), the Australian talent technology platform, has announced a new partnership with the Singapore arm of global recruitment firm Randstad.

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ShiftPixy to open office in New York City
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ShiftPixy to open office in New York City

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Non-Sourcing Tools to Help Sourcers Who Code Excel
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Data hygiene is not sexy, but it is necessary whether you are getting data from manually typed, scraped, or coded sources. Microsoft Excel’s looks have not changed in the last decade. I still consider myself a novice because no one person will ever use all the program’s capabilities.

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Why Do Your Employees Work For You?
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Just as the customer has expectations around a firm’s brand, so does an employee. While the Customer Value Proposition defines the value of a firm’s products or services to the consumer, the Employee Value Proposition (EVP) is the value — tangible, intangible, and reputational — that an employee receives from an organization in exchange for […]

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HR is the New PR
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What’s bad for journalism has been good for public relations. Reporters have always had a tendency to leave the trenches of writing stories and the low salaries associated with that profession for the cushy confines of the PR industry. However, the slow decline of newspapers has elevated this trend over the past decade.

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