Repost – Should you use ChatGPT to apply for jobs? Here’s what recruiters say.

Brown says it helps to think about ChatGPT as creating a template, which she recommends for anyone looking for a new job. “I think it takes some of the pressure off job seekers’ panic and anxiety about creating cover letters for every single job they apply to,” says Brown.

Repost – The New York Times: How to Ask for a Raise, Without Alienating Your Boss Along the Way

To do this, don’t just describe the employee you’ve been, but the employee you plan to be, said Alexandria Brown, a human resources consultant and founder of The HR Hacker, who has been involved with hundreds of hires over her career. She advises that right before you head into performance reviews, you give your boss a heads up that you want to talk about your career. Then, come to the meeting not only with a list of your contributions, but also a plan for what you want to work on over the next year.

Repost – Forbes HR Council Expert Panel: 10 Ways To Streamline Daily Workflow Patterns And Get Stuff Done

This excerpt was from the original post on Forbes HR Council Expert Panel on Jun 15, 2022. HR executives who want to improve team daily productivity at work should begin by learning to understand and recognize the strength of each contributor as they delegate work that is properly aligned to help each department succeed. This […]
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Repost – Forbes HR Council Expert Panel: Looking For A Job? Here’s How To Stand Out From Your Fellow Applicants.

This excerpt was from the original post on Forbes HR Council Expert Panel on Jun 9, 2022. When you’re filling out online job applications or emailing hiring managers, it can sometimes feel like you’re sending your information out into a black hole. With so many other qualified candidates, you may not know whether or not […]
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Engagement is for Everyone, Even Leaders!

I recently participated in a webinar hosted by BambooHR called “Cultivating Your Workforce: A Panel Discussion on Employee Development and Growth.” My intent was to discover some fresh ideas from other HR professionals who are on a mission to increase employee engagement at their organizations but something unexpected happened during the webinar. I realized that […]
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Why it’s Important to be SMART When Setting Goals

Check out my original guest blog post on Prosky. The process of Goal Setting can be an incredibly powerful Employee Experience driver. Goal setting gives direct reports an opportunity to work with their manager to discuss what their professional future holds within the organization and connect short-term motivators with longer-term vision.  Although there are numerous […]
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Workcations: Productive Concept or Fad of the 24/7 Workweek?

Last week I was texting with a close friend who was perusing a popular job board. We’ve been chatting about what he is looking for in his next role, what types of organizations he is targeting (mission-driven vs. corporate vs. startup) and what types of benefits and employee perks were enticing. During his search, he […]
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Competitive Company Benefits & Perks: A study of companies that are winning in the war of attracting, engaging and retaining talent

Happy New Year HR friends. I hope you’re all off to a great start to 2017. Some of you may be putting the final touches on your 2017 budgets while others are reviewing opportunities to refresh your People programs. Either way, there is nothing like a new year to give us a refreshed perspective on what […]
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#PeopleOperations: The Good, the Bad, the

#PeopleOperatins: The Good, the Bad, the Ugly 2016 roundup. Cruise over 2 the blog & start your morning right #HRpro http://ow.ly/rmh2304P4HM

The Good, the Bad and the Ugly Roundup for People Operations (HR) in 2016

Truth time: I love trolling Inc., Forbes Tech, Harvard Business Review, Mashable and TLNT for HR-related content. There are so many new concepts or business practices driving the way that People Leaders and their teams operate. Most of the time, I’ve come across articles or opinions from subject matter experts (SME’s) that are relevant to problems I’m […]
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