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Your Internal Job Postings May Need a Refresh

One of the things I’ve noticed lately is the number of articles about external recruitment but not much about internal. External recruitment strategies include mobile and social, advertising, job fairs, etc. Even the employee referral program is an external sourcing strategy. Show More Summary

Award for @V_Beyond for being Best RPO and HR Consulting Service Provider from Uttar Pradesh

Proud to announce that VBeyond Corporation got an award yesterday by the Business Leaders Summit and Awards for being the "Best RPO and HR Consulting Service Provider from Uttar Pradesh". The award was collected by Director and Co-founder...Show More Summary

15 Ways Introverts Can Build Their Brand Online

The following answers are provided by members of Young Entrepreneur Council (YEC), an invite-only organization comprised of the world’s most promising young entrepreneurs. In partnership with Citi, YEC recently launched BusinessCollective, a free virtual mentorship program that helps millions of entrepreneurs start and grow businesses. 1. Show More Summary

The Future Is Here and it Is in Florida

This is a sponsored post written by me on behalf of Enterprise Florida. All opinions are 100% mine. Florida is hot. And no, we’re not talking about the temperature. We’re gauging the climate of the Sunshine State’s rapidly developing, expanding and evolving business climate. Show More Summary

How To Be A Complete Dk During a Deposition (Google-Style)...

Who here has every been the subject of a deposition? Who here has ever acted like jerk during a deposition towards an arrogant attorney from the other side? Great! It's not just me. Just one more thing we have in...

“Google’s Ideological Echo Chamber” Asks is it Discrimination or Biology?

“At Google, we’re regularly told that implicit (unconscious) and explicit biases are holding women back in tech and leadership. Of course, men and women experience bias, tech, and the workplace differently and we should be cognizantShow More Summary

5 Television Moms That Achieve Work-Life Balance

With kids out of school, family vacations, and increased demands on parents, work life balance is a bigger issue for both employees and organizations. So we looked at how working moms are portrayed on TV as they try to handle the challenges of career and family. Show More Summary

This is Why You Should Never Thank Your Audience

...a public speaking tip. This original article was written by Steve DiGioia. After joining Toastmasters International, and completing one of my first speeches, my ending line was to “thank” the audience. Saying thanks after a speech is a “usual” and traditional ending. Show More Summary

Leaders Needed: Apply Within

It’s Not Too Early or Too Late You have to continue to differentiate yourself at each stage in your career. Regardless of your age, at every point in your life, there is a younger person eager to step into your job. If you are 30 years old, there is an impatient 20-something coming up on … Read the Rest ?

Physical Training, Dating Strategies, and Stories from the Early Days

In this episode, I answer the most upvoted questions from subscribers to 5-Bullet Friday, the newsletter I send out every week. It explores five cool things I’ve found, including apps, books, gadgets, albums, articles, new hacks or tricks, and — of course — all sorts of weird stuff I dig up around the world. It’s free, […]

Employee Engagement Isn’t a One and Done Activity

I’ve written about employee engagement quite a bit over the years. At this point, I think we all know it’s important and companies need to focus on it. But it’s also important to understanding that engagement isn’t necessarily the goal. Show More Summary

Best Practices for Recruiting on BluePipes

Recruiting travel healthcare professionals is hard work! We cover the best practices for recruiting on BluePipes in this article. The post Best Practices for Recruiting on BluePipes appeared first on BluePipes Blog.

Finding Our River

Think back for a moment. Can you remember what it was like to be 18 years old? Even though I currently deal with occasional bouts of Stage IV CRS, I vividly recall just how much I wanted to escape my claustrophobic small town rural life of central Appalachia, grab my independence with both hands, and […]

Finding “Unicorns:” Questions to Ask Before You Invest in a Startup

Many people ask me about startup investing and how to get started.   This post — while for informational purposes only and not investment advice — is intended to show you how one successful investor approached the early-stage game. Jason Calacanis (@jason) has made 125 early-stage startup investments and picked 6 “unicorns” (startups to exceed […]

5 Ways Your Personal Brand Can Bring Up the Quality of Your Website

A professional website for your personal brand is important in building a professional reputation and attracting the visitors. The graphics and content are also the point of reference from which all other of your online properties tie into. By using the latest templates and responsive designs your brand can bring more visibility at a much … Read the Rest ?

What Happens When I Don’t Want to Work

I love my job. Seriously, I’m one of those people who says I’d still work if I won the lottery. What I’d do is vary where I worked, as I’d use my newfound wealth to travel the globe, one time zone at a time, because I hate jet lag. But, for the past couple of days, I […] The post What Happens When I Don’t Want to Work appeared first on Evil HR Lady.

We Assumed Our Employee Would be a Stay-at-Home Mom

We have just over 50 employees, so we are subject to FMLA. An employee had a baby a couple of months ago and went on maternity leave. We were all 100 percent sure that she would quit to stay home with the baby. Her husband has a good job and her sisters are stay-at-home moms. […] The post We Assumed Our Employee Would be a Stay-at-Home Mom appeared first on Evil HR Lady.

Why You Should Document Your Failures

Do you do this today? Do you take the time to document your failures? Or, do you sweep past them? My recommendation … take the time! It’s not to memorialize them or make them part of your LinkedIn profile (but, they may be useful for interviews and mentoring). Rather, document your failures to learn from … Read the Rest ?

Vacations Help Employee Performance – Friday Distraction

Unlimited vacation is still as popular as ever. Organizations are revamping their policies for a variety of reasons including increasing work/life balance and reducing administration. But I know that some organizations are apprehensive...Show More Summary

Why Ping-Pong Tables Wont Make Your Employees Happy – And What Will

In this animated interview Olivier Larvoir and I talk about: Which company recently installed a slide in the office to make it a ?happier? place to work (#facepalm) Why your employees don?t want free coffee, ping pong tables and away...Show More Summary

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