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What Are Job Applicants Saying About You?
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“Look, I’m interested in working on your team. But I’d never work for a manager who defers interview decisions or hiring to HR. Do you realize how you make your department and your company appear? I wish you luck.”

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I Miss ERE Media
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The world of HR blogging is messy, and the streets of the HR social world are littered with the decaying bodies of failed websites, broken media partnerships, and neglected conferences. This week, my friend Lars Schmidt is hosting the LinkedIn Talent Connect live stream. Lars is a recruiting nerd, tech geek, and ruthless entertainer. It […]

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Sourcing like a Sith Lord by @GregHawkesMDACC
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Attending Sourcecon last month was one of the coolest experiences of my career. Getting to meet some of the sourcing lords face to face as well as learning new tools and tricks in hunting down purple squirrels was awesome.

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Paul Hebert shares Crap On Recognition – #SMDH
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Normally I let articles in the mainstream media that are patently incorrect slide by. There’s just too many of them for me to waste my time trying to correct the idiocy that passes for business journalism in today’s world. It seems to be more prevalent with articles that address the psychology of motivation and engagement […]

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Can You Train People to Work Hard?
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Think about the people who have failed at your workplace. We know that it’s not usually because they lacked technical skill. It usually falls into one of two categories: He was a jerk, or he was lazy. She alienated people, or she didn’t get enough done. Hard work matters in the workplace, especially early in […]

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The FOT Sonic Video: Visit Kris Dunn and Tim Sackett at HR Tech 2015!
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Kris Dunn and Tim Sackett are hitting the road this month, and they’re coming to a town near you (email subscribers click through for video – recorded in a Camry in Grand Rapids, MI last week)! (Well, if you’re in Vegas or the immediate surrounding area on October 18th – 21st, specifically. Small window, we […]

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The Science Behind Taking a Vacation
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I’ve had a feeling for about 18 years that I wasn’t doing vacation right. Not coincidentally, 18 years ago was the birth of my first child, on our way to three boys. Vacations didn’t seem like vacations. Once you have kids vacations become just trips away from home, where you get less sleep, you pay […]

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Kris Dunn talks S**t STEVE JOBS SAID: On Your Culture Being Special…
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Who’s going to see the new Steve Jobs movie? Who needs the actor playing Steve Jobs to actually look like Steve Jobs?  No?  You’re deeper than that? Here’s a talent nugget from the Jobs book talking about how kids have basically assimilated to the same culture across the world: When Steve’s family got to Istanbul, […]

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Dilbert May Be The Smartest Manager In The World
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Not Dilbert per se—but Scott Adams, Dilbert’s creator. I read his blog pretty regularly, and he usually has something pretty smart to say. He used to be funnier. I think he’s more involved in intellectual conversations on his site now. Many of his current threads are focused on dissecting the Presidential candidates with a special […]

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Laurie Ruettimann says Open Office Environments Suck and HR Knows This
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About a year ago, a former HR colleague called me in a panic. She was asked to help design a new office layout. Nobody would have offices or cubicle walls, not even the CEO. “We’re going to lose people,” she told me. I just checked in with her, and she did lose people. Quite a […]

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5 Signs Your New Hire Is Using You As A Rebound Job
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Okay, how many of you out there have ever been in a rebound relationship? And by rebound I mean someone else was using you as their rebound. Come on, raise your hand! There’s nothing to be ashamed of here! It happened to me—25 years ago in high school and earlier this year at work. When […]

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Are Workplace Wellness Programs Improving Health, or a Recipe For Overtesting?
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By Julie Appleby, Kaiser Health News

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Your C-Suite Doesn’t Care About Onboarding
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(But I’m still gonna give you tips on how to onboard properly; it’s coming a little later) Onboaring is important, but not as important to your CEO as you might think. Face it, it’s not mission critical. Companies have been surviving for years without 3-to-6-month integration programs, 4-week trainings before setting foot in a cubical, […]

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Talent Ticker #62
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Recruiting technology news you can use. Here’s the latest roundup of whats happening in the recruiting world. Lots of news from the past few months to catch up on!

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