August 31, 2010

Are Performance Metrics Really Half Baked?

I’m no master chef – just ask my wife! I can make awesome scrambled eggs. I’m a master at the grill. But ask me to whip […]
August 29, 2010

Self-Reporting Evaluations: Reliable Answer or Pain in the ASSessment?

Self-rated assessments tend to raise a few eyebrows, if not all-out skepticism. Suspicion is not without warrant. Job applicants anticipate “testing.” They know what job they […]
August 15, 2010

Is a straight line between point A and B really the best way to get there?

Short detours can often save you time, money and lots of heartache. As smart as most seasoned talent acquisition executives think they are, many have prematurely […]
August 13, 2010

Universal “Recruiters” Flunk Ethics 101. Teachers File Lawsuit.

As a professional who highly regards the value recruiters bring to organizations as well as the talent teachers bring to classrooms, I am horrified and angered […]
August 11, 2010

Last Call for Summer Break – What the economy has shown us about the American worker.

Sad to say, but the last days of summer are almost here.   My kids are gearing up for school and my season of conference gigs and […]
August 11, 2010

Recruitment Learning Conference is Right Around the Corner!

Since I wrote about UPS boxing up luggage, a number of people have asked me more about The Recruitment Learning Conference that I mentioned. This will […]