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Give Them Purpose by Giving Them a Fight Club
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Many of today’s organizations find themselves in a death-spiral, speeding towards mediocrity. Worse, many a

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If You Call Him ‘Mr.’ Then Call Me ‘Ms.’
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In the eighties, I worked on a project that required me to travel with a team to a site where we had to sign in and wear badges. We went there about once every month for over a year. It drove me crazy because the security guards (both male and female) would hand me my […]

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Acronyms and Data Extraction: Adding Tool Functionality With a Kneeling Jab – A #SourceCon Royale Preview
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Learn, innovate, create.

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Are you willing to reduce your office cafeteria prices for female employees?
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I read an article a few weeks back in Detroit about a local gym that is offering a reduced gym membership for females. Males pay full price, females pay 30% less because females make less than males. How does that sound? From the article: “Ever wonder why XY>XX? WE DO! The Gym values its male […]

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How Much is Too Much When It Comes to Relationships with Your Direct Reports?
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You know that side-job you have as the informal HR Advisor for any/all of your friends? It can be enlightening at times, even uplifting, when you hear some of the ridiculous sh*t people are forced to put up with in their workplace. For the situation to reach the “Mind if I run something by you?” […]

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Job Board News Bytes
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My phone has been off the hook with consulting requests these past few weeks. Interest in the job board business seems to be booming. And lots of news is being made. Find.jobs set to launch. owners of the .jobs domains are trying to reboot interest in their domain business. The problem with this concept though […]

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Here’s Why You Should Care About CareerBliss’s ‘Happiest and Unhappiest Cities to Work’ in 2018
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Career-who?

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What You Need to Do to Prevent Sexual Harassment In the #MeToo Era
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In December, TIME Magazine’s “Person of the Year” was “The Silence Breakers.” These were the “women (who) have had it with bosses and coworkers who not only cross boundaries but don’t even seem to know that boundaries exist … These silence breakers have started a revolution of refusal, gathering strength by the day.”

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Uncommon.co Launches and Raises $18 Million to Bridge the Divide Between LinkedIn and Job Boards
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People on LinkedIn aren’t looking for a job and too many candidates on job boards aren’t qualified. Therein lies the heart of start-up Uncommon.co and how it hopes to break through the crowded space of recruitment technology.

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Real Reason Beyond.com Changed Its Name to Nexxt Comes to Light
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Why in the hell would a well-established company in the employment space randomly change its name from Beyond to Nexxt? Beyond.com is easy to remember and doesn’t fall victim to spellcheck when writing an email or text. Nexxt, with two X’s, on the other hand isn’t so lucky.

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It’s Time to Hire a Different Kind of HR Leader
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Last month, I spoke with a former human resources director who had recently quit her high-paying job at a large company where she felt required to treat people with suspicion, devoid of dignity. She simply couldn’t take it anymore.

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How Sourcing is Related to South Africa’s Big Five
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One of South Africa’s many tourism drawcards has to be that the “Big Five” reside within our borders. I spend a lot of time in the bush, and we are sometimes even lucky enough to see the Big Five in one day! This is an incredible treat, and as South Africans, we still get a […]

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WrkRiot CEO Faces 20 Years in Prison for Fraud, Royally Screwing Over Employees
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Life can be chaotic at a startup. You never know how long the company can milk its investment cash, and being acquired is a luxury most never experience. Employees working for Isaac Choi, CEO of WrkRiot, got more than any startup employee ever bargained for.

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Email is Where Your Strategy Goes to Die
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In my last article, Turn Your Talent Failures into Wins – Part 1, we dove into how our best intentions of planning for the New Year go just as well as our plan for using our gym memberships – they don’t. I know, it sounds almost too simple but the fact is that effectively planning […]

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