Archive for January, 2014

Interview Fatigue

Posted: by HRNasty in Climbing Career Ladder, Job Interview Tips, What HR Really Thinks

Interview Fatigue I have been using the term “Interview Fatigue” around our company for a while and because I am a firm believer that Interview Fatigue keeps candidates from landing jobs, I thought it would be good to articulate this idea.  If you consistently find yourself with multiple interviews for the same position but are […]

How HR views Richard Shermans post game interview

Posted: by HRNasty in Company Culture, What HR Really Thinks

 A Richard Sherman and Seahawks weekend This weekend, like many Seattleites I watched the football game for the NFC championship between the San Francisco 49ers and the Seattle Seahawks. I am not a big football fan, but when you have a team that celebrates the “12th man” like the Seahawks, it is easy to root […]

Employee Referral Programs

Posted: by HRNasty in Company Culture, What HR Really Thinks, What Recruiters Really Think

Employee Referral Programs As an HR nerd, I am expected to know a little bit about human behavior. Yes, I have the prerequisite degree in Psychology with a concentration in Organizational Behavior and Human Resource Management, but I am also a Libra. Everyone knows that Libra’s like people and serve as mediators between quarreling parties. Actually, […]

A case for marijuana in the workplace

Posted: by HRNasty in Climbing Career Ladder, Company Culture, What HR Really Thinks

 Marijuana in the workplace Here in the state of Washington, Cannabis Sativa, aka Weed, aka Marijuana, aka Whacky Tabacky has been legalized.  From a personal perspective, I don’t smoke anything except cigars so this isn’t good or bad news to me.  I don’t have anything against the Ganja, it just never appealed to me.  Despite […]

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