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The Autism Advantage – NYTimes.com

December 3, 2012

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Inclusion is good for business. This very special company Denmark, Specialisterne is proving it one consultant at a time. Espousing on  on the fact that every individual has their own unique strengths this company places adults with autism in work assignments and are having great success.  They believe in the “Dandelion model”: …when dandelions pop […]

Engage, Engage, Engage

November 6, 2012

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Very well stated primer to help your organization become more “talent-wise”.  Couldn’t have said it better! Reframe Your Organization’s View of Talent Worth the read!

Does your website “speak” your culture language?

November 4, 2012

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A company’s culture and branding are sometimes two different things. A company’s customer and employment brands are sometimes two different things. I recently talked to a recruiter at a financial services company that said he has a unique challenge because the work environment he recruits for is entrepreneurial, they are looking for employees who can […]

Ahhh…validation!

October 13, 2012

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Just wanted to share — The Good Jobs – the company that I have been working on for about a year with my partner Betsy Rowbottom will be launching soon. Nice to know that a third-party — who specializes in evaluating HR service and technology companies has endorsed it as on of the Top Companies […]

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 […]

Talent Advice from an Unlikely Source

June 26, 2012

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As an seasoned HR professional and entrepreneur (with a budding startup) I was just a tad skeptical when a fellow entrepreneur said there was an interesting article written by a VC (venture capitalist) about “retention”!  My respect for Troy and sheer curiosity had me look up this VC’s musings immediately. Well — this VC, Fred […]