Tag: could

You could just say “Yes!” to everything!

I tend to say “Yes” at about a ten to one clip of saying “No”. So far it’s worked out well for me. Most of the time I’m not quite sure what’s going to happen when I say “Yes”, but it usually works out just fine. Some of the coolest things I’ve ever been apart of were because I just said “Yes” and didn’t…

Recruiters: How much time could you save with automation?

Read Time24 Second In recruitment, moving candidates through the pipeline quickly is important. Not only does it help recruiters fill more roles, but it also creates a better candidate experience, and reduces the chance of losing talent to competitors. Zapier is an online automation tool that allows you to connect JobAdder to the tools you already use, in … Read more The post Recruiters:…

Could Employee Data Portability be the Future of Employment?

Do you remember when cell phones first came out? If you were with Verizon and you wanted to switch to Sprint, you actually had to change phone numbers! Think about how that would impact your world today. We switch from company to company, go-between social apps all day long, never worrying that our “profile” our data, won’t follow us. In the mid-2000s the FCC…

@LinkedIn is not Tinder! Or could it be… #HRFamous

In episode 32 of The HR Famous Podcast, long-time HR leaders (and friends) Tim Sackett, Kris Dunn and Jessica Lee come together to discuss crazy overtime pay at the USPS and harassment issues via messaging on LinkedIn. Listen (click this link if you don’t see the player) and be sure to subscribe, rate, and review (Apple Podcasts) and follow (Spotify)! SHOW HIGHLIGHTS 1:45 – We got an HR Famous boys…

What Microsoft Could Do With TikTok!

I have been loving TikTok for quite a while. Not only is it entertaining, positive, and fun to use – it demonstrates a groundbreaking new design, one that clearly works well (800 million users!). And while you may think the company is a bunch of hackers, that’s not true. ByteDance is a sophisticated … Read more» The post What Microsoft Could Do With TikTok!…

A look at tech salaries and how they could change as more employees go remote

Each year, the hiring platform Hired produces a look at tech salaries based on the data it says it gleans from hundreds of thousands of interview requests and job offers. This year, as in past years, it looked at salaries around the globe for software engineers, product managers, DevOps engineers, designers, and data scientists. Of course, this year is a very funky year, one…

#CoronaDiaries – What if white dudes could no longer interview!?

I had a great week professionally in the midst of a very disturbing time personally with everything going on in the world. The Transform Virtual Recruitment Marketing Conference took place this week and it was amazing! My friend and world-class speaker Torin Ellis keynoted and completely destroyed! As always he got my mind running! You can view Torin’s full keynote and my Q&A with…

Google for Jobs vs Indeed: Could Indeed Put Google for Jobs… Out of a Job?

Job boards have long been the online go-to for job seekers. Indeed, arguably the number one job search platform in the world, has successfully established itself as a one-stop-shop for job seekers. They’re likely to show up first in organic search results for basically any job search. With over 250 million unique visitors on their site each month, they are undoubtedly the market leader….

Can SuccessFactors Lead The HCM Market Again? It Could Be Coming.

As most of you know, SuccessFactors more or less invented the talent management software market. Way back in 2006 the company pioneered an enterprise approach to online performance management and has not stopped since. The company acquired Plateau (leading LMS company) in 2011, Jobs2Web in 2012 (recruiting and candidate marketing), InfoHRM in 2010 (people analytics), … Read more» The post Can SuccessFactors Lead The…

The One Gift I Wish I Could Get in HR for the Holidays!

So, what would it be? If you could have one thing in HR for whatever holiday you celebrate this time of year, what would you ask for? And don’t be lame, “Oh Tim, I would just ask for world peace and have Snapple bring back Compassion Berry” No you wouldn’t! Not if it was real, I mean really real! I’m sure a bunch of…

Don’t Go to College! You Could Make $2 Million Over Your Lifetime!

$2.7 Million is a lot of money (the average high someone in college will make over a forty-year career). Marketwatch released the list of the top colleges and your potential return on investment. Nowadays, going to college is an investment, for most four-year degrees you’ll pay at least six figures and it has many parents and students wondering if it’s really worth it! Here’s…

Could Your Onboarding of New Hires Be More Like Steve Ballmer?

Onboarding of new hires is a tricky thing. Your company is running fast, and if you do anything to announce someone’s arrival at your company, you’re likely to do one (if you’re above average) or more (if you’re really purposeful about it) of the following things to make new hires feel welcome: 1–You send out an email announcing the new hire during their first…

Could Mobile Technology Be the Answer to Retail’s Engagement Crisis?

There’s little that’s more important for HR strategy than addressing low levels of employee engagement. Engagement — or an employee’s emotional commitment to a company — has proven links to everything that matters from a human resources perspective, from productivity and retention, to work culture, to ultimately a significant financial impact on an organization’s bottom line.