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Your boring brand may not scare away all the top talent – just most of it

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By Steve Messina Thoughts on how branding could help talent acquisition

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Personality matters: What I learned as a high school teacher

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Rachel was a star student. She was in my homeroom and my first period English class, so I saw her all morning and was responsible for reviewing her grades. This sweet girl had one best friend, but she didn’t really talk to anyone else. She was silent throughout every class unless called on to answer…

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Building a learning organization from the ground up

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Jack Welch, former Chairman and CEO of General Electric, once said, “an organization’s ability to learn, and translate that learning into action rapidly, is the ultimate competitive advantage.”

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Are your hiring practices old school?

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By Drew Fortin When it comes to human capital management – hiring especially – many businesses double down on the same old candidate selection tactics only to wonder why things don’t work out. And yet, if you ask them how long they typically spend looking at a resume and preparing for an interview, most of them…

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Video and Other Top Workplace Trends for Millennials in 2016

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It’s you, not me, and 8 other ways to deal with candidate rejection

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By Greg Barnett, PhD

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3 ways to put people data to good use

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Valuable people data is all around us—it’s up to us to put it to good use. It was about this time last year that I purchased a high tech fitness tracker. I was immediately awash in a steady stream of health data ranging from how many steps I had taken to calories burned to heart…

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What are talent assessments?

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You say tomato, I say talent assessments. Seems like such a generic term – talent assessments. What are talent assessments anyway?

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Is your candidate’s energy sustainable? Interview excitement vs. sustainable extroversion  

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By Max Yoder If you‘ve hired people in the past, you’ve probably heard this one before: it’s about the apparently gregarious, enthusiastic candidate who, after acing your hiring process, rarely perks up again like they did in those initial meetings. At Lesson.ly, we call this the Affected Perk Problem, or APP, and we see it all…

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