The 5 most annoying co-workers (told in MEMEs)

Every office has them.  Those annoying co-workers that do things that drive you insane.  These behaviors are productivity drains – meaning…they waste time throughout the day you could be working because you need to pause and likely complain to your friends and co-workers about said behaviors.

These annoying co-workers do these annoying things for different reasons […]

By |August 11th, 2016|Communication, Recruitment, Retention, Team Performance|0 Comments

How TSA Can Fix the Problems That Make Air Travel Suck

Fly the sorta friendly skies? If you’ve stood in line at a TSA check-point lately, you know the pain is real.  Long lines, unfriendly agents, and baffling processes (why are most of the check-point gates closed??) have lead to an astronomical 18,000 complaints every year.

TSA’s administrator – Paul Neffenger – was asked by Today Show Hosts’ Matt Lauer […]

7 Questions to Ask on Your Next #Job Interview

So you’re going on a job interview?  Congrats #jobseekers!  A job interview is an exciting yet nerve wracking task.  

It’s a lot like speed dating.  You have a short window to shine and get a feel for a fit, the hiring manager, and the culture of the organization.  It’s a lot to absorb in a […]

By |September 17th, 2015|Engagement, Recruitment, Retention, Workplace advice|0 Comments

7 #Interview Questions to Help #Hire the Right #Candidate – #recruiting #talentacquisition

A job interview is a lot like speed dating. In just a short hour or two you’re expected to get to know a person and see if they’re a good fit for your open position and your organization (yes folks, it should be both).  

That’s a tough task.  

Whether your interview process includes one or […]

By |September 2nd, 2015|Engagement, Recruitment|1 Comment

Do you hate your job?

By |August 26th, 2015|Engagement, Recruitment, Retention, Team Performance|1 Comment

5 Tips to Attracting the Best Talent

What talent management strategies do you use to attract, engage and retain employees? Statistics from research done by the labor bureau show that the average American will hold around 11.3 jobs during their working years. The average number of jobs held is actually going up- especially with Millennials (or Gen C, or Gen Z). Eleven may seem like a really […]

By |May 1st, 2014|Recruitment, Retention|2 Comments

Gen Y Recruiting Tips: The Candidate Perspective.

Job ads are on the rise…again. This is a good sign that the economy is slowly starting to improve.  As Gen Y – otherwise referred to as Millennials, Gen Z or Gen C – are an ever growing part of the applicant pool companies may need to reevaluate their Gen Y recruiting strategies to meet […]

By |January 19th, 2014|Engagement, Generations, Recruitment, Retention, Strategy|7 Comments

Employee Retention Doesn’t Just Happen

What employee retention strategies do you use to engage and retain employees? Statistics from research done by the labor bureau show that the average American will hold around 11.3 jobs during their working years. The average number of jobs held is actually going up- especially with Millennials. Eleven may seem like a really high number – […]

By |August 10th, 2013|Culture, Engagement, Recruitment, Retention, Strategy|0 Comments

How to Engage Millennial Talent Checklist

By |January 14th, 2013|Engagement, Recruitment, Retention|0 Comments

Attention: Chief Human Resources Officer (CHRO) & SVP HR: 5 Ways Organizational Development Can Help To Achieve Your Goals

The chief human resources officer (CHRO), also commonly referred to as the SVP HR, is a coveted role for many HR professionals and whose primary work involves strategic management and departmental decision-making that affects the organization’s people and viability as a profitable enterprise. If you’re serving in this function – congratulations on all your hard […]