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#Nextchat: HR Ghost Stories

 

 

Ghosting is a new term that’s haunting the workplace. And while it may not be all that frightening, it’s surely causing a lot of angst. It’s when candidates fail to show up for interviews or even first days, or when a new hire leave a job abruptly, without notice. In today’s “buyer’s market,” it’s getting more common and recruiters are seeing it across all generations.

So what’s causing the increase in ghosting? Some point to entitlement and a lack of maturity in young professionals; others blame a decline in workplace...

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#ChellesHRCollection: Let’s Talk Performance Management!

 

We all know the drill; an employee completes their self-appraisal. Then, their manager reviews it, writes a performance appraisal, and sends it to a higher-level manager for approval. The meeting between manager and employee takes place, both sign off on the appraisal, and now what? Let’s see, the exchange could have been worse:

 

 

The performance appraisal seems to be the focal point of the performance management process. But what if we looked at this from a different lens? Honestly, the...

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How to Master Your Elevator Speech

 

           
 

Mastering your elevator speech is as essential as preparing your resume to perfection. Mastering this task is no rocket science but it does require you to think about what your goals are and what you are seeking out of the conversation.

What is an Elevator speech?

Elevator speech is any idea or thought that you are trying to promote or sell as an individual. It could be either an idea or your profile as an individual for a specific position that you might be interested...

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Rise to The Next Challenge – The SHRM Leadership Development Forum

                         

 

In all my years of going to local, state and SHRM Annual Conferences, I’ve never been to a SHRM conference that focuses solely on a specific topic or area of expertise.

That will change this October when I attend the SHRM Leadership Development Forum (#SHRMLead) in Boston Massachusetts!


From the conference website:

“The 2018 SHRM Leadership Development Forum will equip you with the skills and strategies you need to take the next step forward in your career. Attend to...

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Scandals Continue Casting Spotlight on Sexual Harassment

CBS Chief Les Moonves has become the latest high-profile executive accused of harassment in the #MeToo era and surely won’t be the last. Six women have accused him of sexual harassment or misconduct from the 1980s to the 2000s. But give Late Show host Stephen Colbert credit for taking time during an opening monologue to address the controversy surrounding Moonves, the man who hired him, head on.

“Everybody believes in accountability until it’s their guy, and make no mistake Les Moonves is my guy. He stood behind this...

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Episode 27 - Jon & Wendy talk to Amanda Brunson

 

We're joined by Amanda Brunson, HR Generalist with RW Block Consulting, Inc. in Orlando, FL.  We talk about how she figured out what she didn't want to do early in her career, being part of SHRM's YPAC group, and all of us complain about the heat.  

 

 

Amanda's recommendations:

http://www.andy-masters.com/splash.da (Andy Masters)

https://stevegilliland.com/ (Steve Gilliland)

How to reach Amanda:

https://twitter.com/TheHRPanda

https://www.linkedin.com/in/amandanbrunson/

Be sure to join us the 4th Sunday of each...

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The Making of a Modern Elder

 

For Chip Conley, work just keeps getting better with age. That's saying something when you consider that he's 50-something in a business world where young people are rapidly assuming more top leadership roles. In 2013, after selling the boutique hotel company he founded, Conley felt lost. That's when Brian Chesky, the ambitious young founder of a then-tiny start-up called Airbnb, came calling. Conley swiftly became part of a company packed with 20-somethings. He was acutely aware of the age gap and his lack of digital skills, but he...

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Ghosting

 

 

Ghosting can occur in many parts of the candidate/employee lifecycle. Three points in time specifically stand out to me - the applicant, the candidate, and the new hire – where HR partners, recruiters and hiring managers can make some changes to minimize their chances of being ghosted. What is common between all three of these? The importance of timely communication! 

The Applicant 

Online job boards make it so easy for people to just click and apply. When I get an applicant from one of these sites that look good, I'm excited, but not that hopeful. I'll...

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#Nextchat RECAP: The Trends that are Transforming HR Tech in 2018

 

On August 8, @shrmnextchat chatted with HR Happy Hour Show host and HR Technology Conference Co-Chairman Steve Boese (@steveboese) about The Trends that are Transforming HR Tech in 2018

In case you missed this informative chat on HR tech trends, you can read all the tweets here:

 

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Using Analytics to Drive Gender Equality - An Interview with Stephanie Lampkin

Stephanie Lampkin, TEDx speaker and former downhill ski racer, has graced the cover of The Atlantic, MIT Tech Review 35 under 35 and Forbes to name a few. She is the founder & CEO of Blendoor, enterprise software that mitigates unconscious bias in hiring. Stephanie has had a 15 year career in the tech industry founding two startups and working in technical roles at Lockheed, Microsoft, and TripAdvisor. Stephanie holds a BS in Management Science &Engineering from Stanford University and an MBA from MIT. Born in SE Washington, DC...

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