So we are going to take a break on our series on lesser sites, to start a miniseries on a Sourcing Methodology, I use that has been very successful. This will be the last post of 2017 so the series will begin in 2018, however, I will lay the groundwork here.
The Methodology is…Continue
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Skill should trump years of experience
Years of Experience. Why are we so caught up on years of experience? It does not mean more…Continue
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When starting a new business, having a great idea and business smarts is essential. However, your efforts don’t stop there. Even if you know everything about how to run a business, you won’t be able to do it all yourself. Whether you’re running an independent store or a chain of restaurants, you need to enlist the help of others in order to bring your passion to life and keep it going.
A good team is required. Not only should everyone be competent, they should also work well with one…Continue
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The holiday season can be a challenging period to find motivation or time for work in between company parties and vacation time. Human resources teams can especially feel busy this time of year as they are tasked with end-of-year responsibilities like bonuses, vacation time, and maintaining company…Continue
Recruiting new employees is an arduous task for hiring managers as it requires lots of efforts and time. It eats up their energy as they go on scrutinizing hundreds of resumes and deciding the candidates who must be interviewed. While this is a never-ending process for the hiring managers, the work does get monotonous after a while when they are supposed…Continue
In Part 84, I posed the question as to whether your organization viewed the global workplace from looking in the mirror or looking out the window. I suggested that the view from the mirror is what you think you do and the view from the window is what your clients tell you what you do or they need.
The difference between the two views creates what we call a gap analysis.…Continue
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Nurses everywhere see patients who have been injured while at work. It is sobering to think that even in modern society, many industries continue to pose staggering health risks on their workers. Whether constructing a tall building or tending a farm, many activities we take for granted imperil the participants.
For those who have chosen to make a living in a dangerous line of work, the risks are high. So, too, are the potential costs to society and those of us in the healthcare…Continue
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In part 7 of my Sourcecon posts we will discuss the things that came from the Shelly Sandberg track.
First up Ben Gotkin and Sourcing Metrics Working Session. At the beginning was nan introduction to ATAP which is the Association of Talent Acquisition Professionals. A…Continue
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Businesses and landlords have come to rely increasingly in the past few years on criminal record searches. They can be a helpful way of narrowing down applicants and finding the applicants who might be detrimental to the company. But these documents are far from perfect. They include…Continue
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Post Sourcecon Fall 2017 PT6
In part 5 of my Sourcecon posts we will discuss the things that came from the Purple Squirrel Track.
Added by Dean Da Costa on November 14, 2017 at 5:46pm — No Comments
The other day I was listening to an installment of the Voice of Experience from the National Speakers Association in which the presenter talked about the different view one gets from the mirror versus the window. There is a direct applicability to the TLS Continuum.
In order to achieve sustainable process improvement, you must begin with a clear picture of what it is you do. For time immortal, we have been coaching our human capital assets to refine their capabilities into an elevator…Continue
Added by Daniel T. Bloom on November 11, 2017 at 2:47pm — No Comments
In part 5 of my Sourcecon posts we will discuss the things that came from the Programing track and general sessions.
So Steven Jiang of Hiretual spoke about creating a chrome extension, He gave an easy overview of a chrome ext. Then He spoke about HTML, CSS, and JS. He gave a link to source…Continue
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2018 is approaching quickly, and it’s time to set professional goals for the upcoming new year. Human resources is a field that has been directly impacted by technology and new advances in various online platforms. Here are some new online tools to help you reach new professional heights in…Continue
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In part 4 of my Sourcecon posts, we will discuss the things that came from the George Bool track and general sessions. We will deal with day 2 in this post.
Leading off day 2 of the George Bool and the general session was Stacy Zapar. Stacy spoke a lot about 2007 and how things were then, a lot…
In part 3 of my Sourcecon posts we will discuss the things that came from the George Bool track and general sessions. We will deal with day 1 in this post.
The opening of Sourcecon saw Jim Stroud do his thing. He spoke about Facebook and the stats that go with it, how Facebook has a massive…Continue
Added by Dean Da Costa on October 16, 2017 at 12:03pm — No Comments
In Part 82 of this series, I posed the question whether or not human capital management was dead or not. In this part I want to suggest that there is a vital path to your survival both as an HR professional and as part of your organization.
The C-Suite office holders of the 21st century are in a quandary. They are confronted with a wide-ranging audience they must answer to. This audience includes the stakeholders of the organization as well as the human capital assets. The…Continue
Added by Daniel T. Bloom on October 12, 2017 at 11:32am — No Comments
In part 2 of my Sourcecon posts we will discuss the things that came from the Anonymous Track.
From Jim Schnyder’s Leveraging Linked Recruiter we gain the following tips, tricks or tools: Knowledge of the LIR premium insights, Search insights, Visual Capture ability, Competitive intel, and…Continue
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Post Sourcecon Fall 2017 PT1
So Fall Sourcecon 2017 has come and gone and as you might expect it was awesome. Lots of great presentations which I will go over sin the coming weeks. The Location was great, we pretty much had the hotel to our selves. There were 5 tracks…Continue
“Job Hopper” simply stated means a person who changes jobs frequently (typically every 2 – 3 years). Millennials in particular have been pegged as the noncommittal, wandering job-hoppers but a study by the Washington Post determined that millennials are changing jobs slightly less often than their boomer…Continue