November 26th, 2014

Thanksgiving is about family, relationships, connection, and of course, gratitude. This year, I am acutely aware of how valuable my own personal relationships are. Not just with my family — my husband, my son and my mom — but also my relationships within the recruitment industry.

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  • November 22nd, 2014

    Let me start by saying this was not my idea, but since I’m doing this for a good cause, I’m in. We’ve always worked to be creative with our holiday observances, and this year is no exception. Those of you who know me know that more than 30 years in California hasn’t diminished my extreme devotion to… Read more »

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  • November 21st, 2014

    Given that the window of opportunity for many applicants is likely short, and resumes are more apt to be skimmed than carefully read, perhaps we can make better use of everyone’s valuable time.

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  • November 19th, 2014

    Sometimes in talent acquisition, especially if your company does high volume recruiting, it’s easy to get jaded and think of new hires, onboarding and orientation as a headache or, at best, an item on your to-do list.

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  • November 4th, 2014

    In the city where “vote early and vote often” originated, it’s Election Day! I’ve already voted — I always take advantage of early voting as I never can count on being available on Election Day. But I do vote. It’s my obligation, and a civics lesson I learned early in life.

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  • November 3rd, 2014

    But what motivates unhappy workers to leave their jobs behind? For one, poor management. Both Forbes and The Huffington Post cite concerns with management as a primary driver of employee turnover.

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