The Art of the Workforce: Daily Perks at Work

Editor’s Note: We’ve commissioned artist Doug Shaw to explore the 16 Key Factors measured when it comes to compatibility between a candidate and employer and will be posting them along with his inspiration in this series. Employee perks and benefits aren’t a thing of the future. It’s what workers crave now! And, their inclusion or exclusion […]

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recruit for cultural fit

You’ve probably just about had it with the “candidate experience.” It’s not a newfangled technique nor is it a recently discovered topic. It’s over, you know what you need to do and you’re ready for real groundbreaking news, not the same ol’ catch phrases. Unfortunately, though you might think it’s old news, your recruitment and […]

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Hire for Similarity or Hire for Diversity?

Similarity and diversity are at the center of perhaps the most difficult dilemma facing hiring managers today. Creating an optimal workforce balance is incredibly difficult and still not fully understood. It has led many HR spokesmen to simplify the situation to a point that it’s nearly incomprehensible, making it difficult for HR practitioners to find […]

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#ILSHRM15 & The Dating Game

Have you ever been on a set of interviews and thought to yourself, this feels a lot like being on the “The Dating Game?”  If you’re not familiar with the show, the premise is an eligible bachelor or bachelorette would ask three other eligible dating contestants questions.  By the end of the show, they’d have […]

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Is Amazon a Mess, or Exactly on Track?

You’ve seen it by now, I’m sure. But just in case, here’s the short version of the latest news cycle centered on Amazon: New York Times writes report that Amazon is a really tough place to work. Jeff Bezos replies, “I know you are, but what am I?” Both articles agree that Amazon is a […]

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