So Nice to E-Meet You

Your organization pivoted to virtual job fairs and video interviews to ensure access to a steady pipeline of talent. The next step in hiring post-COVID-19? Virtual onboarding.  Whether you’re hiring extensively to meet urgent supply chain and logistics needs, seeking out technical talent to support a shift to e-commerce or looking forward to an influx of ‘new hires’ as the […]

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Invest Smarter: Prioritizing Workforce Development

Investing is all about making the right decisions with available resources. Companies have to make these decisions constantly, including when deciding who to hire, develop and promote.  The research is clear: organizational development is great for your company’s bottom line. But like any smart investment, the key is to target your organization’s effort and dollars at the people that will […]

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Being the HR Captain in the COVID-19 Era – Who Is Your Navigator?

We are all in uncharted territory. Just a few weeks ago, I wrote about the new imperative for HR leaders, where I shared my thinking on how HR leaders are expected to help their company achieve its business goals and KPIs. Facing a global pandemic sheds a different light on these words. Business-as-usual goals and KPIs are put on hold. […]

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Driving Business Performance through Talent Optimization: The New Imperative for HR Leaders

The role of HR in the modern organization is undergoing a transformation. Beyond recruiting, benefit management, and other traditional roles, HR leaders are expected to help their company meet and exceed its business goals and KPIs. As the shortage of skilled workers becomes the new norm across industries and disciplines, investment in human capital – from hiring to development and […]

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Unconscious Bias in Recruitment – Where Interviews Go Wrong

Why aren’t more women in the boardrooms of major corporations? Why don’t more African-Americans work in the burgeoning tech industries? When asked, companies often claim a lack of qualified candidates. However, many of these companies might consider the lesson that orchestras across the nation learned in decades past.  Prior to the 1970s, 95% of orchestra members were white men. Orchestras […]

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