Tag: Newest

Smart Recruiters is the Newest Unicorn

SmartRecruiters, the recruiting software that I was once a client of announced it closed a $110 million Series E round led by Silver Lake Waterman … The post Smart Recruiters is the Newest Unicorn appeared first on HR Tech Feed.

The Newest Red Flag In Hiring!

I’m trained as an HR pro to pick up on ‘red flags’ in interviewing, in employee behavior, potential turnover risks, etc. Sometimes those red flags are really obvious.  I tease my staff all the time, but missing time on Mondays and Fridays, unexcused time, is a red flag.  It says something about how you feel about work, that you want to extend your weekend….

Juneteenth: 5 ways employers can recognize the newest national holiday

The move is a substantive step forward but poses a challenge for companies: With the holiday written into law a mere two days before its inaugural instance, giving staff a sudden day off is fraught with logistical challenges. How do businesses recognize Juneteenth in a way that shows substantive support both now and in the […] The post Juneteenth: 5 ways employers can recognize…

Chief Crisis Officer – The newest c-suite addition in 2020!

The c-suite has expanded over the years. Originally you had basically the CEO, COO, and CFO. Next, depending on the industry came the CIO/CTO (IT), CMO (marketing), and CHRO/CPO (HR and Talent). Some organizations have added depending on need c-suite roles for strategy, diversity, safety, client/customer support, etc. Basically, the c-suite is a little like empire building. If you’re a CEO with a decent…

Time as the Newest and Oldest Currency

I have always been fascinated by the concept of time as currency. I calculate that without any surprises (hitting the lottery or by a bolt of lightning, etc.), I have between 1,600 to 2,000 days left of meaningful time to work. That sounds like a lot until I figured out that I have spent nearly 9,000 days already. So, my time bank for work…

The Newest Leadership Concept that will take 2019 by Storm: “Sunshining”!

Have you heard of “Sunshining“? I’m guessing most of us haven’t. I came from Reed Hastings the CEO at Netflix. Netflix has a really transparent work environment and Reed and his executive team has started telling employees exactly why someone has been fired. They call these talks “Sunshining”! It’s not just about explaining why someone got fired, it could be about almost anything. This…

Your Weekly Dose of HR Tech: @LinkedIn Talent Insights – LI’s newest product!

Today on the Weekly Dose I take a look at LinkedIn’s newest product, LinkedIn Talent Insights, which is getting released today for public consumption. Talent Insights is LinkedIn’s first self-serve data and analytics product. Talent Insights provides companies with access to LinkedIn’s global database of 575M+ professionals, 20M+ companies and 15M+ active job listings, to help talent professionals and business leaders develop a winning…

Generational Profiling – The Newest Trend in Recruiting!

We all have heard and know what Racial Profiling is, right? Well, we get to add something new to our toolbox in recruiting, Generational Profiling! Targeting someone because of their race is awful and illegal. Targeting someone based on their age is no different. It’s called it Generational Profiling and we are in the middle of an epidemic. Take a look at the average…

The Newest HR Certification on the Market! Get it Now!

If you read my post yesterday on the frustration HR pros and leaders have in deciding between getting their HRCI certification and/or their SHRM certification, you’ll see why I decided to write this! I’ve officially decided to launch my own HR certification! This will put the rest the unanswered question of, “Which HR Certification Should I Get?” You’ll get mine fool! Let me lay…

2016’s Newest Benefit – Baby Sign-on Bonuses!

According to this USA Today article, the U.S. birthrate is in sharp decline and is at it’s lowest levels in the past 25 years.   Here are probably a few facts you don’t know: – Projected 2013 birthrate in the U.S. is estimated to be 1.86 – Birthrate needed to maintain a population over a 20 year period is 2.1 Why should this concern…