At the end of 2012, exaqueo surveyed the U.S. workforce to see what role the economy plays in job seeking. Are more employees willing to jump ship as the economy gets better? Is the down economy the main reason they’ve been staying put? What we found may surprise you. On the heels of today’s jobs numbers, you won’t want to miss this. Read, download and share: State of The Workforce.
People love a good list. In HR, we’re obsessed with them. I prefer the kind of list I can check off. But everyone wants to be on top of a good list. But how do we actually use them? I didn’t want to do a scathing review of the methodology behind them (though like most, I have my own opinions). I’m more interested in what people actually learn from them. Jump on over to HRExaminer to read more.
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 ...
Twitter is exploding with the hashtag #DearCongress, partly fueled by @WashingtonPost, by Obama’s speech on Monday and his suggestion to contact Congress and by general American outrage. I rarely talk about politics publicly (I think it’s a personal topic), but this isn’t about the politics. We hired our leaders to do a job and they’re not performing. So what can we learn for our own jobs?