Month: December 2019

Best of ERE: Elevating Your Employer Brand

Your reputation is everything. It’s a cliché because it’s true. To attract the candidates you want, you first must build the brand you want. We’ve got you covered. Here are some of our top employer branding articles from 2019. Faux Employer Branding vs. Magnetic Employer Branding. Read more here… Source: ERE Sponsored Ad

Make a Donation So My Sister Quits Smoking

I have all kinds of goals in 2020, but my biggest goal is to bully my sister into quitting smoking. Bullying works, right? Shoot, it doesn’t. The only thing that works is to offer low-cost smoking cessation programs and prevent other people from smoking in the first place. That’s why I hustle up a skyscraper

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2019 Talent Acquisition Year in Review

Episode 12 Guest Shannon Pritchett from CareerXroads and I talk about the most influential technology to hit talent acquisition in 2019. We also make some predictions for 2020. Join CareerXRoads MORE EPISODES AI, SMS, Voice Tech, alexa, google home, chat, chatbots, funnels, video, blockchain, workforce analytics, diversity, bias, job boards, social media, employer

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The Best Candidate Assessments for Making Top Hires.

Episode 11 Guest Markellos Diorinos from There are lots of pre-hire candidate assessment tools on the market right now. Companies can assess a person’s cognitive skills, intelligence, personality traits and the list goes on. How do you know what type of test you should use for a category of jobs or specific job title?

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A poor candidate experience is destroying your Consumer Brand! Or is it?

Episode 10 Guest Kevin Grossman A poor candidate experience is destroying your Consumer Brand! Or at least that is what the Employer Branding Experts would like you to think. Obviously there are a lot of variables that go into calculating the impact that a poor candidate experience may or may not have further along

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The Importance of Slowing Down and Taking a Break

Physical and mental burnout can take a toll on leaders, entrepreneurs, and employees. In fact, a Gallup study of nearly 7,500 full-time employees found that 23% of employees reported feeling burned out at work very often or always, while an additional 44% reported feeling burned out sometimes. In addition, they found that burned-out employees are

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