Month: September 2016

RecruitingDaily Appoints Industry Veteran William Tincup As President

NEW HAVEN, CT — September 30, 2016 — RecruitingDaily, the world’s top destination for content and conversation dedicated to recruiting, sourcing and hiring best practices, today officially announced the addition of William Tincup as President. In this role, Tincup will have responsibility for all the company’s initiatives worldwide, helping direct the partnerships, strategy and evolution […]

The Best Feedback I’ve Ever Been Given – HR Tech Edition!

Yo! HR Tech Geeks! I’m at The HR Technology Conference next week Oct. 4-7th and I’m doing a really fun project with the great folks at Halogen. If you don’t know Halogen they’re the HR technology leaders when it comes to performance management and recently did a full integration with Jobvite to offer a full end-to-end talent management suite. At HR Tech 2016 Halogen,…

Take Your Auto Response from Boilerplate to Brilliant

When it comes to the auto response email your ATS sends out, most employers are missing the chance to set expectations and create a positive perception of their company. Most of them sound utilitarian and bureaucratic. They fail to engage the candidate. The good news is that this can be easily remedied with a little …

When You’re Feeling Alone, A Mastermind Group Can Help

The mastermind concept came from an admirer of industrialist Andrew Carnegie. Napoleon Hill described the idea in his 1937 book, “Think and Grow Rich,” but the mastermind plan adapts to many forms of business networking, not just entrepreneurs, as originally foreseen. The principles of a mastermind group can apply to any employee or workplace group aimed at continuous improvement and personal development.

If A Classroom Is How You Train, You’re Doing It Wrong

Changes both in teaching strategies and technologies are revitalizing a blended approach to learning. As technology improvements make our personal content more interactive and accessible, many corporate learning programs aim to use the same channels to advance their training and development programs. When done correctly, these programs are one of the highest-impact, lowest-cost ways to drive major corporate initiatives.

Elder Caregiving: The Invisible Workforce Epidemic

An invisible epidemic is impeding employee productivity at businesses of all sizes and in every industry. That epidemic: the time-consuming and stress-inducing challenges employees face as modern caregivers. As noted in a recent Wall Street Journal article on paid leave, Deloitte and Nike are both taking steps to support their employees as they work their regular jobs and care for their children, spouses, siblings…

The Top 10 HR Technology and Recruiting Tools of 2016.

As the 2016 HR Technology Conference gets ready to kick off next week in Chicago, it should come as no surprise that the industry’s biggest trade show expects to get even bigger, with the over 400 established players and emerging products alike crammed into McCormick Place, transforming the trade show floor (for a couple of days, anyway) […]

My Grand Slam: My first #SourceCon

In baseball, the most difficult and exciting offensive feat is hitting a grand slam. Basically, it means a homerun with the bases loaded. When you consider on average an everyday player gets about 400+ at-bats, and there are 30 teams with the number of everyday players on each team is eight. That means out of 240 everyday players and 96,000 at bats a grand…