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There is no easy answer or solution to finding work in this new economy so fixated on hiring talent with previous work experience. But there is an easy approach. If you work harder and are willing to take some risks, … Continue reading
People love to hire in their own image. It makes everything easier, from getting buy-in on your approach to buying group lunches. But although it may seem like a logical choice, hiring candidates that look like you, talk like you … Continue reading
For a lot of the opportunities I hire for, I tend to hire for attitude rather than experience. The right attitude of course, the attitude that says I will work my **s off and prove to you that I am … Continue reading
Although I only started blogging in October of this past year, it’s been a bit of a whirlwind with some great support from my Twitter, LinkedIn and blog followers. Thank you. Here were my top 5 posts. 1. What I … Continue reading
First I have a confession to make. Sweat dripping down my forehead, hands shaking! I am not an HR person, nor am I a recruiter although that may have defined me best in the past. I am neither a techie … Continue reading
Have you noticed that whenever someone disrupts the regular flow by discussing thought-provoking approaches to human resources, be it recruiting, retention or training and development, that it does not take long before a small bunch of naysayers pop up and … Continue reading
1. Build talent pipelines and recruitment strategies to key business groups Business units love to engage and buy-in to recruitment strategies that are tied to their groups and units vs. the whole company where job requirements and competencies can get … Continue reading