Talent sourcing: Think of it as a supply chain

Talent sourcing

The Slaughterhouse HR Problem. Continue Reading

High potential employees: The fatal flaw

High potential employees

The quick and dirty on how your top five percent of employees somehow ends up including members of your bottom 10 percent. Continue Reading

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The greatest talent planning myth

Talent planning

“The war for talent,” an exec meows. What does he mean? “Cut costs and drive revenue through new products. Find robots to work on this stuff if you can.” Continue Reading

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Process of recruitment: Here’s a better idea

Process of recruitment

Ah, love it when HR asks for clarity on a role from the hiring manager and gets told “I’m too busy to have a meeting.” (About someone who will make you less busy?) Continue Reading

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Employee attrition has a “quick fix”

Employee Attrition

Hmmm. This isn’t rocket science, per se. Continue Reading

Organizational change theory: Do not linger

Organizational change theory

As market conditions shift, job roles change, and other things happen in the course of employment, people get scared, nervous, etc. And what do we do? Drown the approach to working with them in HR paperwork. Less than stellar. Let’s fix this. Continue Reading

2017 is when your recruitment methods change. Right?

Recruitment methods

Bellow about headcount, screech about the skills gap, rush to hire without context, and then wonder why your team is whiffing on goals. Sound familiar? 2017 can be the year we stop it. Continue Reading

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Career conversations: Can we make this a thing?

Career Conversations

So, let’s get this straight. Business is supposed to be about growth and looking forward. New potential and opportunities, right? But … we evaluate employees using a method that only looks backward. Hmm. Maybe it’s time to fix that. Continue Reading