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There are two schools of thought when it comes to HR. Traditional Admin and Strategic. This is the Strategic stuff.

Diversity starts with leadership

diversity

The Voice. Where the interviewers are choosing their candidates based on the skills needed for the job and not the image.

Diversity starts with leadership

Every company says they promote diversity and every company says that employees are their most important assets. 

I just went through the job search process and I wanted to share my recent diversity experiences.

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Personal Brand, what will you be known for in the New Year?

Personal Brand

The first step is figuring out what you stand for.

Personal Brand 

Do you have a personal brand? When your name is brought up in personal or professional circles, what are folks saying about you? How does your manager think about you? How are you perceived by your peers? Whether we want to admit it or not,

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Hiring Process, the truth behind the scenes

Hiring Process

Where are the Candidates?

Hiring Process

A few years ago, I wrote a post on the hiring process titled When do recruiters call back?The premise was that it is easy to get frustrated when it takes so long time to hear back from a recruiter once the interview process started.

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Ignoring recruiters, urgency and radio silence in the job interview process

ignoring recruiters

Your radio silence is a sign, and the clock is ticking.

Ignoring recruiters, candidates going dark

Don’t ignore recruiters.  If you are interviewing with a company for a job, it is imperative that you respond to the recruiter in a timely manner throughout the entire process. 

As a person that is reaching out to candidates,

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Business cards, employer branding and employee pride

Employer branding, employee morale, recruiting, sales, the business card covers it all.

Employer branding, employee morale, recruiting, and sales, the business card covers it all.

Business Cards

As an HR Pro/Am, and a proponent of company culture, I firmly believe that every employee should have business cards. How much do I believe in this? Three-month summer interns receive business cards when I am on watch.

In this day and age,

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