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McDonalds & The Art of the Executive Harassment Investigation (The HR Famous Podcast)
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In case you missed it, McDonald’s recently claimed CEO Steve Easterbrook had sexual relationships with three underlings that it hadn’t known about when it negotiated a package worth a reported $42 million over an inappropriate relationship, alleging he had “lied” and “concealed evidence” about the affairs. The evidence includes dozens of naked or explicit photos and videos of […]

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What Did You Pack?
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I’m still assimilating into my new role with my new company, in a new industry complete with its own lexicon, library of acronyms and secret handshakes and I am reminding myself constantly “none of that matters.” It’s a natural reaction to slow-play your integration into a new role. No one likes the guy/girl who comes […]

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7 Insights Into Recruiting While Growing A Tomato Garden
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Growing tomatoes is a humbling experience. It takes patience and care. You will put forth a lot of effort to grow your own tomatoes and save $3.89 but if you look deep into what you are doing, there are lessons to be learned, even with recruiting. Like robots in recruiting, I can outsource the work […]

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51Job Q2 2020: Revenue down 14%, outlook uncertain
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In its quarterly earnings report Monday, 51Job reported revenue declines across the board. Overall, revenue at the Chinese job portal was down 14% year-on-year to RMB 828.6 million ($117.3 million U.S.).

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When Employees Pass Around Salary Worksheets (Blizzard Entertainment and the HR Famous Podcast)
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Pay transparency! It’s a buzzword that means many things to many people. Can you be pro-pay transparency and skeptical of reporting that involves a salary worksheet, no details and a subsequent article implying that pay issues at a company are widespread? Why yes! yes you can. In the latest episode of HR Famous, Kris Dunn and Jessica Lee discuss a […]

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Q&A with healthJobHub Founder Prasanthi Naidoo
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HealthJobHub is a healthcare focused job board that serves Canada and the United States. Recruiting

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Text Recruiting Laws & TCPA Compliance
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Recruiters must understand that text messaging must align with the Telephone Consumer Protection Act or TCPA. This law controls telemarketing calls, automatically dialed calls, pre recorded calls, texts, and unsolicited faxes. Similar to do not call lists, potential applicants have the right to opt in and out.

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SHRM Isn’t Dead, But It’s in Need of Major Change
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The earth-shattering events always expose the problems under the hood. It’s what you do when those problems are exposed that matters. COVID-19 and the murders of George Floyd, Breonna Taylor, Elijah McClain, and Ahmaud Aubrey flipped the United States and the world on its head.  It’s a difficult time for HR professionals, many who have […]

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Glassdoor promotes two comms executives
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Glassdoor, the workplace review site that recently merged with sister company Indeed, has promoted two executives in its marketing and communications offices. Amanda Runner has been promoted to senior vice president of marketing and Samantha Zupan to senior vice president of corporate communications. 

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HCM WOES for HCM PROS
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Over the past 6 months, my organization has been in the midst of transitioning to the Oracle HCM suite. The decision to go to an HCM system was largely based on our disjointed and highly antiquated HR systems, which led to mountains of manual processes. In the name of consistency, employee engagement & transparency, regulatory […]

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Too Many Applications? How to Handle Candidate Overload
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Last week iHire, the online recruiting platform published its annual State of Online Recruiting report. The survey responses suggest that the COVID-19 pandemic have amplified the struggle to find qualified talent and heightened candidate frustration with a lack of employer communication. In partic

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Should You Provide Paid Time-Off for Your Employees to Vote? (The HR Famous Podcast)
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It’s an interesting question – should you provide paid time off for your employees to vote? I’ll be honest – I’ve been around mostly exempt workforces in my career and consider flexibility to vote a given. I’ve never been in an office where I didn’t think I could do what I need to do during […]

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Do Benefits Belong In Your Job Posting?
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If you’re looking for the short answer about bundling benefits into your job postings, the answer is no – you don’t need to write about your benefits package in the job posting. If you’re here for the long haul, let me tell you a story.  See, I had to write 600 job postings for free.  Ok, I […]

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If I Were Looking for an HR Pro I’d Recruit Teachers
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Disruption sucks. We’re in the middle of arguably the most disruptive period in 50 years for business. While some might counter with the advent of the internet as the biggest disruption, I’d mention that change happened over the course of a decade. We had time to watch it unfold. We say things happen in internet […]

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