Most executives I talk with are very concerned about the lack of available talent. About one-third of employers can’t find the talent they need – and our working age population is in decline.
Too many employers still use personality tests to try to predict future success. It might be because people believe doing something is far better than doing nothing. Or maybe, it’s because there is a confusion in the marketplace about what tests can and cannot do.
Ever wonder why some content on LinkedIn gets thousands of “shares” and “likes”, and other content does not? Jiffy Lube helped me find the answer.
Did you know that 70% of American workers are “not engaged” or “actively disengaged” in their jobs? Jim Clifton, the Chairman and CEO of Gallup, says in his “State of the American Workplace Report 2013” that our reasons range from being uninspired and having to deal with “managers from hell”, to feeling like we don’t belong and not being allowed to work remotely. This makes sense to me.Read More
Ever notice, that when we make something easy, we can usually get more people to take action? But when we make that same thing harder, we get less people to take the same action. Call it human nature. Or common sense. Or plain old laziness.Read More
In 2013, Chief Marketing Officers everywhere were told that “recruiting is becoming more and more like marketing every year” (Deloitte / Bersin). Here’s what they can do about it.
Are you interviewing candidates only to see them walk out the door and never return? Let’s stop this madness. Below are eight examples of bad employer interviews and eight tips to make it all better.