Category Archives: Hiring

Mainstream Companies Embracing Predictive Analysis in Hiring

December 16, 2015   

Foot Locker, a well-known retailer of athletic gear and footwear, has announced it will move toward using predictive analysis to hire employees, particularly as they face limited growth in sales and a high turnover rate.

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Crafting Your Talent Value Proposition

December 9, 2015   

I’ve written two articles related to your talent brand, one focused on defining The Talent Brand and Value Proposition, and one about the Talent Branding process. Looking back at the first article, it seems I really only introduced the concept and gave a few questions to stimulate your thinking about beginning to formulate a talent […]

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Talent Branding

December 9, 2015   

If you read my last article about The Talent Brand and Value Proposition, you already know the value of a strong talent brand that is aligned with your consumer brand. Companies that achieve strength and alignment between the two do better than companies that don’t. If you’ve worked your way through establishing a strong talent […]

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The Talent Brand and Value Proposition

December 9, 2015   

Everyone in your company probably has a good understanding of just how important its brand is in the marketplace. After all, it’s your branding efforts that define your company’s product or service in ways that set it apart from your competitors, outlining the competitive advantage you have over them that draws people in. But when […]

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Cross-Border Workforce Issues: Worker Qualifications and Virtual Teams

December 8, 2015   

Globalization continues to march steadily forward, and the HR and talent management functions of your company are no exception. Workers are recruited and deployed to just about anywhere in the world with an Internet connection, which can create some real headaches for your department in a variety of areas. Two areas that deserve special consideration […]

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Understanding the Millennial Job Search

October 23, 2015   

Millennials are undoubtedly the future of the workforce, and employers are always searching for the tools and techniques that are going to allow them to source the best talent from this multi-faceted generation. By 2020 millennials will account for 40 percent of the workforce, making understanding how to not only manage but also how to […]

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Women and Leadership

May 29, 2015   

A few articles back I wrote about Women in the Workforce: Recent Trends, mentioning how women are working for major corporations but they aren’t leading them, with women holding only 16% of the director positions and only 4.6% of CEO positions at Fortune 500 companies. These statistics beg the question: What can women do to […]

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Could You Fire a Family Member? Family Business Challenges.

March 25, 2015   

Could You Fire a Family Member? How to Handle Difficult Talent Management Challenges in Today’s Family Business Family business in America can’t be underestimated—these enterprises account for 50 percent of America’s GDP, 60 percent of employment in the U.S. and 78 percent of all new job creation. (Clark, 2014). It’s not just the U.S. where […]

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Better Executive Onboarding

March 24, 2015   

What could be more important than making sure a new executive-level hire is properly onboarded? And yet in many organizations, a surprisingly lax approach is taken in this vital process. The elements and features of robust executive onboarding are numerous to choose from. This article will offer some ways to improve it at your organization. […]

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Think Globally, Hire and Train Locally

February 2, 2015   

When I last wrote about the growing skills gap in the American workforce (see Why Obama’s Free Community College Plan is a GREAT Idea), I referred to the Harvard Business Review article Who Can Fix the ‘Middle-Skills’ Gap? and how what the authors were calling for, a kind of patchwork quilt of efforts that would […]

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