Browsing All Posts published on »July, 2012«

This is what it’s all about folks!

July 30, 2012

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If you are wondering what makes a job a “good job” or your life a “good life” — this is it…here is the answer… Time to make a more serious commitment to people and activities that not only make my smile, but that also support my ability to bring my best to the world. To […]

Finally a fun time off request app!

July 28, 2012

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Timetastic: Booking Time Off Work, Simplified – The Next Web. Like the looks of this … looks like it’s for small companies!

Every Employee is a HERO!

July 26, 2012

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This is one company’s amazing commitment to putting employees first and making the statement “employees are our best asset” a reality…BRAVO HCL Technologies! The Employees First Effect (video) This blog is all about HCL Technologies — visit their site, share their video, buy their products and services, talk about them…here is a summary ABOUT HCL TECHNOLOGIES. Of […]

Are HR Metrics Intangible?

July 25, 2012

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Stepping back in time to McKinsey’s War for Talent — capital is abundant, strategies are copyable and talent is the only competitive advantage (or something close to that). Are a company’s talent, ability to develop potential, rewards, success of recruiting strategy and execution of employment brand really intangible? I think not. Jason Averbook, The Knowledge […]

Oh my…I think not!

July 24, 2012

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One Job Board to Rule Them All? Hint: It’s not Facebook.. I’m at  a loss for words…

Good fit questions FROM job seekers – really!

July 23, 2012

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Companies are building their competitive edge by promoting their employment brand and using their engagement programs and retention strategies as recruiting tools to top talent! Without question — recruiters and HR leaders know that “fit” is a critical factor to individual and company success. Actually Chris Forman founder of  StartWire and former CEO of AIRS (now an ADP […]

Looking for engaged employees? Try engaging them!

July 19, 2012

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Well Seth Godin has done it again — short and sweet! It’s easier to love a brand when the brand loves you back Worth thinking about that the next time you’re annoyed at a customer (or employee). Or when you’re dreaming up a policy designed to punish a few outlier customers (or employee) while it actually annoys all of them. […]