Solving the Jobs Problem

HRE

HR Examiner’s John Sumser recently invited me to join the amazing group of folks on the Editorial Advisory Board. I’m thrilled to be in their company and to share my first post: Solving the Jobs Problem the Wrong Way.  If you’re in HR and/or recruiting, and you don’t know John or HR Examiner, you’ve been living under the proverbial Internet rock.  John’s a legend in the industry and has something amazing to teach each and every time I return to HR ...

Solving the Jobs Problem

HRE

HR Examiner’s John Sumser recently invited me to join the amazing group of folks on the Editorial Advisory Board. I’m thrilled to be in their company and to share my first post: Solving the Jobs Problem the Wrong Way.  If you’re in HR and/or recruiting, and you don’t know John or HR Examiner, you’ve been living under the proverbial Internet rock.  John’s a legend in the industry and has something amazing to teach each and every time I return to HR ...

Solving the Jobs Problem

HRE

HR Examiner’s John Sumser recently invited me to join the amazing group of folks on the Editorial Advisory Board. I’m thrilled to be in their company and to share my first post: Solving the Jobs Problem the Wrong Way.  If you’re in HR and/or recruiting, and you don’t know John or HR Examiner, you’ve been living under the proverbial Internet rock.  John’s a legend in the industry and has something amazing to teach each and every time I return to HR ...

A Job Is A Ride

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Recently, we moved from Bethesda, MD (one side of Washington, DC) to the historic district of Old Town, Alexandria, VA (the other side of DC). My commute promptly went from 15 minutes to 45 minutes (on a very good day). But instead of driving past a few strip malls and office parks, every day on my commute down the George Washington Parkway I see planes taking off into the sunrise, the Washington Monument, the Jefferson & Lincoln Memorials, and when ...