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When in Doubt, Swing the Bat

One of the great joys in my life was coaching Little League baseball…with two boys of my own, I've been lucky enough to have over a dozen seasons on the diamond with little guys wanting to learn the great game. [...]

3 Things We’ll See in HR by 2022

On Friday of last week (10/20), I was a guest on Michael Cameron’s daily radio program “Win-Win@Work” and had the opportunity to speak about my favorite topic– building and leading a world-class recruiting team. It’s a wonderful thing when you find yourself leading [...]

Employee Experience; is The Honeymoon Over?

“Candidate experience.” Google that term and you get just over 11 million hits. I’m guessing a fair percentage of those can be traced back to the contributors on this site, myself included, as sharing the gospel of the candidate experience is a [...]

Friendly, But Not Friends

You know that side-job you have as the informal HR Advisor for any/all of your friends? It can be enlightening at times, even uplifting, when you hear some of the ridiculous sh*t people are forced to put up with in [...]

New Law Coming Soon

"So, [candidate-person], how much do you currently make?"  How is it that something so obviously inappropriate to ask in any social or professional setting is one of the boilerplate questions asked of every job candidate? "What do you currently make?" [...]

Win-Win@Work Interview with Michael Cameron

http://www.winwinatwork.com/imagine-leading-talent-acquisition-team-average-250-open-positions-per-month/  

Fool’s Gold – The “Passive” Candidate

"Passive recruiting" has been a buzzword in the Talent Acquisition world for as long as I've been in the industry. Not only is it described as the gold standard of a "strategic" Recruiting team, but "passive recruiting" started appearing as a [...]

3 Things Glassdoor Taught Me

About a year ago, I started to manage our corporate Glassdoor account. Seemed like the perfect responsibility for me to assume; I lead our Talent Acquisition department, I love to write, and my 17 years as a married man has [...]

Herding Cats….and Recruiters

Remember when you had a recruiting desk to manage? You had your requisitions, you had phone screens scheduled, interviews scheduled, you knew your hiring managers, and you developed a rhythm. Cashing checks and snapping necks. And then they went and promoted [...]

Kicking The Ant Pile

I think most of us would admit that being a control freak is a frustrating (and ultimately losing) proposition. At work, our ability to “control” things is usually more dependent upon the company cruising on auto-pilot, business as usual, allowing [...]