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3 Hireology Features That Help You Communicate, Collaborate, and Stay Organized

“So much to do, so little time.” This is one of the biggest frustrations we hear from our customers and prospects. The economy is ramping up but the labor market is tough, leaving recruiters and hiring managers at organizations across all industries scrambling to quickly fill open positions. And the more open roles you have, … 3 Hireology Features That Help You Communicate, Collaborate,…

I’m not a Dr. but I did stay at a Holiday Inn Express!

On Friday, the Wall Street Journal published an opinion article regarding incoming First Lady Dr. Jill Biden, using the pre-nominal “Dr.” when she has a doctorate in education, Ed.D, versus a medical doctorate, Ph.D. There is no doubt that Jill Biden did the work and received the degree, from a real, actual university. The question really comes down to, is there really a difference…

Dear Team, Stay With Me!

Over the past months, people with seemingly nothing in common bonded together in grassroots efforts across the country over an out-of-control pandemic that is perpetually “rounding the turn”. One thing’s for sure: This has united the masses in ways not seen since the civil-rights movement and there is no turning back. I am the head of HR for a very socially conscious politically active…

Workday Podcast: How the Best Stay on Top in Professional Services

This post was originally published on this site All companies want to excel, but what steps can you take to be the best? In the competitive world of professional services, figuring this out is more important than ever. Mark David, senior director of industry strategy at Workday, recently spoke with Jeanne Urich, managing director of Service Performance Insight, about how the best firms reach…

Recruiting Leaders: Stay in the Saddle

We’ve all heard the saying, “If you don’t use it, you’ll lose it,” and recruiting is not exempt from this axiom. At one point, I could speak Portuguese and German. Regrettably, I lost most of this ability because I didn’t practice over the years. Good news though, I can still get around with the basics and even order a beer…that’s pretty easy! Recently, I…

How I Stay Up On The World: Josh Bersin’s Reading List for 2020

This post was originally published on this site Happy holidays everyone, I will soon be publishing my predictions and prescriptions for 2020, but in the meantime I wanted to share something different. In the interest of helping our entire global community continue to learn, I want to share the most important books I read this year, and tell you why I recommend them…. Read…

Stay in the know with SAP SuccessFactors

This post was originally published on this site I like how easy it is to stay in the know on the latest updates from SAP SuccessFactors.  If you are not taking advantage of them already, here are my top 2 ways to stay in the know with SAP SuccessFactors: 1. SAP SuccessFactors Release Updates Over the past few years, customer sentiment has been mixed…

Ford Layoffs – “Hey, stay a few days and say your goodbyes!”

A big announcement yesterday over at Ford where 7,000 or so white-collar workers will be getting laid off. For generations of automotive families, this is really anything new. You grow up knowing about once every ten years, the big autos will do some ‘right-sizing’ or reorganizations. The reality is, and other industries are much different, auto industries hire in good times like your drunk…

Want to Stay Married? Don’t Get Into These Lines of Work!

I’m a child of divorce. I know, right, cry me a river.  I was never the kid who blamed everything wrong in my life on divorce. On the contrary, I think being a child of divorce probably gave me a leg up on all these soft kids who grew up in a nuclear family and never had to question if Dad was ever coming…

When Candidates Lie – Stay or Run?

“Every candidate lies.” This is exactly what one recruiter told me when I was first getting into the talent industry. Naturally, this was an over-generalization and was meant to be funny. However, there is some truth to that statement (though it’s certainly not fair to say that every candidate lies). After gaining years of experience and racking up thousands of interviews under my belt,…