Category Archives: Leadership Development

How Companies Are Hiring Without Resumes (Yes, Really)

January 11, 2016   

Is anyone that fond of the traditional resume? Would-be employees feel like they’re being judged on a snippet of their job experience or life, and they often cite the fact that it doesn’t adequately represent who they are as a person or an employee. Employers find resumes provide very little information about the important things, […]

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How Startups Can Tackle Their Toughest Challenge: Hiring Strong Talent

January 11, 2016   

In today’s economy, the phrase start-up tends to evoke the concept of a glamorous lifestyle in which entrepreneurs become their own bosses and create multi-million dollar companies. While this may be the case for very few startups, the actual reality is one that involves long work days, struggling to find funding, and one of the […]

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The Culture Focus at Airbnb

December 28, 2015   

If you’re unsure of what Airbnb does, it provides a website that lets people find and list lodging throughout the world, but not the kind of accommodations you’ll find on Expedia. Rather, it’s a peer-to-peer concept where you can temporarily rent private residences from people almost anywhere in the world.

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The New Way Employers Are Attracting Millennials

December 16, 2015   

Before diving into the newest trend in talent management, consider these facts about student loan debt: From 2004 to 2014, the average amount of debt carried by college students at graduation rose an astounding 56 percent. A recent report from The Institute for College Access and Success showed that average debt rates went from $18,550 […]

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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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In the Face of a Changing Workplace, How Can You Connect With and Appreciate Remote Employees?

December 7, 2015   

Remote employees are no longer an anomaly—they’re becoming more of the norm not just in the U.S., but the world, and while the advantages of these employees can be tremendous, talent management leaders are looking at how to ensure they’re well-trained, part of the company culture, and appreciated.

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Managing and Motivating Hourly Employees

November 16, 2015   

In the U.S. right now the hourly employee is a part of the labor segment frequently discussed, but often misunderstood.

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Cultural Integration for M&As

November 16, 2015   

Whenever two companies come together through the merger and acquisition (M&A) process, something many forget to consider are the difficulties that arise when two different company cultures come together. Oddly enough, even though it is this difference of cultures that often leads to M&A failure in delivering expected outcomes, surprisingly little attention is paid to […]

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Spotlight On: What It’s Like to Work at Netflix

November 11, 2015   

Netflix has revolutionized the way people watch TV and movies. This on-demand streaming media service is available throughout the globe, and it now has more 69 million subscribers, with 43 million of those being in the U.S. Netflix has been so successful it’s also launched its own original programming line-up including the highly popular House […]

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5 Medium-Sized Businesses That Are Great Places to Work

November 11, 2015   

When we talk about talent management trends and leaders we often look to large mega-corporations, but the U.S. is home to amazing small and medium-sized businesses as well.

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