I write often about company culture, especially about the importance of creating a culture of recognition in which employees choose to engage. But let’s take a step back. How many kinds of company cultures are there?
It’s been a crazy weekend at the SHRM conference in Atlanta, and for any of you that didn’t get to attend (or like me who didn’t have the chance to actually hear many presenters while there) I’m just now able to check out some of the great presenters...
VideoAs part of the online web series Which Way Next, hosted by Singularity University, Vivek Wadhwa, VP of Academics and Innovation, sat down with Carl Bass, CEO at Autodesk, to explore some of the pivotal technologies coming online that promise ...
I’ve been talking to social media experts, lawyers, and HR practitioners for about three days now. There are a lot of questions and few clear answers. But when you distill the discussion to its essence, it comes down to one thing.
This is the cover story of the July 17th issue of Forbes July 17th Forbes Cover LinkedIn's chief executive, Jeff Weiner, doesn’t want to talk about Facebook. No, no, no. “I’m not going to get into comparisons with them,” he declares.
Everybody can use a hunter. Some companies can live with a few farmers. More after the jump. (Editor’s Note: Today’s post is brought to you by Allied Van Lines, proud sponsor of the “2012 Workforce Mobility Survey”, designed to capture...
I’m always hearing recruiters say they want to be more helpful to candidates. I wonder. I wrote the following with the idea that it might help some express some of their challenges through a third-party voice.
Social Media Recruitment Tools & Facebook Hiring I got back late last night from the SHRM 2012 Annual Conference in Atlanta. I had a great time, met with some great folks, and share insights into social media.
Facebook says its tweaks to the settings for the display of people's e-mail addresses was not a "privacy" change but rather a "visibility setting" change. Some people might disagree with that interpretation.
Social HRLast night as part of the festivities at SHRM National in Atlanta Zachary Misko of Kelly OCG invited a group of us to dinner. It was a great gathering of minds from both the vendor and influencer realms of the HR space.
I've been giving a lot to ocial media and technology and their place in the role of the workplace. It's no longer enough to discuss social media recruiting strategies or blogging for the sake of a blog.
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