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When Robots Read Your Email

Are your email open rates mysteriously going up? Engagement flat or declining? It’s not just you. It’s because robots are reading your email. Ok. Not … The post When Robots Read Your Email appeared first on HR Tech Feed.

1 Free Job Posting from @LinkedIn if You Read This Post!

Pretty cool news coming out of LinkedIn this week! LinkedIn has made a few changes to help job seekers (#ImOpenToWork photo frames, Career Explorer, free skill courses, etc.) and also will be helping employers, especially SMBs, who need help connecting with this talent with FREE job posts! No, really, you don’t have to put a credit card or anything – no bait and switch!…

How to Read Body Language in an Interview

Read Time1 Minute, 2 Second Think about how you communicate with others. In addition to the words you use, you also rely on facial expressions, gestures, physical touch, and more. In fact, experts say that around 55 percent of communication is nonverbal. It would benefit us all both in work and in our personal lives to learn how to read body language. With Zoom…

Recapping 2019: What HR Leaders Read This Year

This post was originally published on this site Late December means a new year is upon us. While the future is filled with hope and innovation, it’s also important to look back at what resonated in 2019 with HR executives looking to elevate their people operations. Without further ado, we present our top 10 blogs from this year: 10. How to Create a Successful…

My top 5 most read posts of 2018!

I love lists! I love lists when I’m on them. I love lists when I make them. Lists are great! I had an incredible year. I had the most traffic ever in my decade of blogging. I launched my book, The Talent Fix, in April and the traffic to the blog has been exceptional! I’ve got some great stuff planned for 2019, so please…

Don’t Believe Everything You Read or Watch, Even on HR Websites

We have heard the saying a million times: “Don’t believe everything you read”. Or maybe it is “don’t believe everything you hear or see on TV”. In any event, written, verbal or visual, with the advent of social media and 24-hour cable news, we are bombarded with a smorgasbord of “news” on demand. And how do we know if we are getting the whole…

Before You Settle a FLSA Claim Out of Court, Read This

It is widely understood that the vast majority of lawsuits settle before trial. From a company’s perspective, early resolution ensures certainty and limits legal expense, business distraction and – of course – liability. In recent years, corporate counsel have been dealing with a massive increase in wage and hour issues, often in the form of a lawsuit, Department of Labor investigation or an in-house…

Need a Sourcing Refresher in 2018? Read This

Sourcing for candidates can be truly overwhelming. Whether you’re new to the industry, or primarily spend your time on the recruitment side, there are a lot of places to find candidates. One of the most common misconceptions in sourcing is the importance of where or how you find the candidate. This statement can be sliced and diced many different ways, but the exact location,…

An Income Statement Everyone Should Read

Every year, I look forward to two reports: The Deloitte Human Capital Trends report and the Kleiner Perkins Internet Trends report. I’ve written about the Deloitte report here and here; and the Internet Trends report here and here.