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VIDEO: Charlie Judy on Honing Your “Gut Instinct” with Data
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In the video above, Tim Sackett talks to Baker Tilly CHRO, Charlie Judy, on his unique perspective and background when it comes to considering data in evaluating your workforce. Judy, who is also a CPA in addition to an SPHR, discusses his viewpoint on using people data points in HR, as influenced by his background in what is traditionally […]

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Steve Boese says The Text Message Is The New Phone Call
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If you find yourself saying or thinking something along the lines of ‘I can’t believe he/she texted that! Why didn’t they pick up the phone and call instead?’ you need to stop, take two or three deep cleansing breaths, and join the rest of us in 2015. I thought about this again while reading about […]

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Think Like A Marketer: The LD Edition
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Let’s face it. So much of what we do in the HR/talent management space is marketing. Holland Dombeck McCue has drawn the parallels between recruiting and marketing like an artist, and if you’ve missed it… well that’s just a shame because “recruit like a marketer” is damn good advice. “Think like a marketer” is also damn […]

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7 Tips To Ensure Success In HR
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I don’t know about you, but I would have killed for someone to sit me down when I started my career in HR and simply tell me how to be successful.  Of course, success means different things to most people.  For me, starting out and in grad school—it was about making money!  And if I’m […]

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Paul Hebert talks Crowdsourcing Employee Engagement Plans
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I’m out on the road this week in Denver at the Enterprise Engagement Alliance (EEA) Expo and University Event. The EEA is an organization focused on driving engagement practices across the enterprise – not just employees – but with vendors, partners, customers, resellers. Their point of view is that engagement is, to use a probably […]

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Laurie Ruettimann talks Conversations About Employer Branding
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Not too long ago, I found myself in the restroom at one of the best companies to work for in America. When I went to wipe myself, the toilet paper disintegrated on my skin. It’s one of the greatest places to work in America, and they give their employees one-ply toilet paper. I still can’t get […]

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What You Can Learn From the Great White Buffalo
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We all have them—those rockstar employees who are the “go-to” for every hairy problem and on the short-list for every succession plan. Many of us can rattle off 10 of these “A-players,” with little trouble differentiating between them and the “B-players” who are solid employees and coming along nicely but clearly in a different league. […]

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The Dos and Don’ts of Sleeping At Work: Lessons From An Alaska Airlines Baggage Handler
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In case you missed it, earlier this week, an Alaska Airlines flight leaving my home base airport of SeaTac, quickly realized they needed to turn around. Shortly after takeoff, the pilot began hearing a banging noise coming from the cargo hold of the plane.  The banging was accompanied by yelling.  It was obvious that there […]

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Close The Damn Window
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Is your company still talking about Diversity as a Human Resources objective? We love to talk it, and we try to walk it; we promote it, and we love to include it in our mission statements and job postings. We tout diversity in our recruiting messages, on our website, and always manage to use images […]

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The Rules of HR Club
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It never fails. At least once a month (usually more often than that) a post will go up on some blog about how bad HR is doing their job. They are not strategic. They are not people-focused. They are not business-focused. They can’t read a deal sheet or a spreadsheet. They can’t do differential calculus […]

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Job boards in the news
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The headlines from the past few weeks have some interesting nuggets from the job board world. BAjobs.com has relaunched and was written about on ERE. View

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The Secret to Getting Hired
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I’ve never gotten a job by applying for a position through an Applicant Tracking System. Never. Ever. The reality is most positions in organizations are filled around the ATS. Most organizations’ number one source will always be referrals. Then, depending on the organization, it’s a combination of job boards (CB, Monster, LinkedIn), Indeed, college campus […]

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How To Work With Headhunters
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Only about 5% of headhunters and recruiters really recruit. The rest search online databases, like LinkedIn, to see who turns up. That’s not hunting; that’s lazy. They aren’t recruiting you; they’re dumpster diving. Avoid them. Learn to choose the best.

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Embracing Competition in the Workplace
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The other day, I was listening to a friend discuss what a competitive equestrian she was growing up. As I am wont to do when fake-listening to someone wax stories of yesteryear, I started daydreaming. I couldn’t help but think: Why do people compete at riding horses? Equestrian is an artform, isn’t it? Who was […]

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