Interview Fatigue

Interview Fatigue

Don’t cut your answers short and you will land the offer

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 not able to land an offer,

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How HR views Richard Shermans post game interview

Richard Sherman

Nothing says badass mo-fo like Marshawn Lynch flying into the end zone while flexing his muscles and calling attention to his junk, BACKWARDS!

 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,

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Employee Referral Programs

employee referral

Employee referral programs should reinforce what the employee can control

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.

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A case for marijuana in the workplace

Marijuana

Look mom, I can smoke Marijuana at work

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 for me.  I don’t have anything against the Ganja,

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