Tag: Turning

China’s Boss Zhipin begins turning a profit

Zhao Peng, founder and CEO of Chinese tech sector recruitment leader Boss Zhipin (AKA, Zhipin.com), has disclosed that the company has begun turning a profit, with annual revenue now surpassing one billion RMB ($150 million U.S.). Zhao also reiterated the company’s plans for an IPO in the near future.

Turning in that ‘work related’ strip club expense!

It’s 2018 and Under Armour, this past week wanted to make sure that their staff knew it was no longer okay to turn in receipts for business expense reimbursement from strip clubs! From the Wall Street Journal article: “on Monday, the Wall Street Journal reported that the sports apparel company Under Armour had ended the “long-standing company practice” of letting employees expense strip club visits to…

Turning Severance Into Sabbatical, or at least a Productive Gap in Employment

In today’s dynamic world of work if you haven’t been laid off or made redundant at least once, it’s likely that you haven’t been in the workforce very long, you own your own business, or you just haven’t done enough progressive and envelope-pushing work to have been put on ‘the list’. So the experience of having an unexpected gap in employment is very prevalent, and…

Turning Your Intake Meeting Into a Winning Service Level Agreement – Sample Included

The past few articles I have written have focused on relationships, trust, empowering, etc. I think we spend a lot of time sharing techniques, process, etc.; as these topics are essential to building professional relationships. Having a solid S.L.A (Service Level Agreement) will hold each party accountable and responsible for their part in the success of the candidate experience, and result in a hire…

PODCAST: Turning the Tables: Recruiting Recruiters feat. Jay Kuhns

Your recruiting team is headed into vast, uncharted territory. It’s great for business, but might be too much for your team, as is, to handle. What’s a leader to do? On this episode of The New School Podcast, brought to you by Udacity, host Tim Sackett and his guest Jay Kuhns dig into ways to quickly and effectively bulk up your recruiting team. From…

Key Takeaways From Bryan Chaney’s SourceCon Session: “Weird Science: Turning Talent Attraction Into Sourcing Success”

A packed house of 600+ sourcers was in attendance yesterday at SourceCon to hear Indeed’s Director of Employer Branding, Bryan Chaney, discuss his thoughts and success stories of using employment branding and recruitment marketing source top job candidates. I had the opportunity to interview Bryan after the session so as to provide attendees and non-attendees the one key takeaway from his presentation. Additionally, my discussion…

Key Takesways From Bryan Chaney’s SourceCon Session: “Weird Science: Turning Talent Attraction Into Sourcing Success”

A packed house of 600+ sourcers was in attendance yesterday at SourceCon to hear Indeed’s Director of Employer Branding, Bryan Chaney, discuss his thoughts and success stories of using employment branding and recruitment marketing source top job candidates. I had the opportunity to interview Bryan after the session so as to provide attendees and non-attendees the one key takeaway from his presentation. Additionally, my discussion…

Physics and HR – Turning Up The Heat

Are we having fun yet? Or, have I exhausted your imagination with my metaphorical marathon? If you’re late to the party, here’s a brief recap: Newton’s Laws of Motion directly align with our responsibilities to “Move People” An object (employee) at rest will stay at rest. An object (employee) in motion will stay in motion in the same direction and speed unless impacted by…

Offer Declined: What To Make Of Candidates Turning You Down

The National Basketball Association’s player free agency period opened on July 1st, (this is the first day that players with expired contracts can enter into new contract negotiations with the league’s clubs for the new season), and as usual, the period has been a frenzy of recruiting activity… interviews, second interviews, offers, acceptances, and what I want to write about today—offers declined. One of…