Mary Kaylor is Lead, Public Affairs at SHRM. She is on Twitter at @SHRMKaylor.
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Articles by Mary Kaylor, SHRM-CP
Many will tell you that recruiting is the most important function in an organization because it’s where potential new employees meet an entire organization for the very first time—and through one person. Recruiters and HR are tasked with creating smart strategies that will attract and win the hearts and minds of the people their organizations need to grow and thrive.
On August 29, @shrmnextchat chatted with special guests Rosette Cataldo, vice president of performance and talent strategy at Globoforce (@CataldoRosette), and Cliff Stevenson (@clifforddarrell), principal analyst at Brandon Hall Group about Keeping Your Performance Strategy Simple and Human.
The annual performance review is becoming obsolete, and employees couldn’t be happier. Organizations are now abandoning forced rankings and archaic rating scales that have traditionally been used to calculate future compensation and career advancement.
As U.S. employers continue to expand globally, one of the biggest challenges they encounter is talent acquisition in other countries. Different cultures, laws and expectations can make finding the right workers―or any workers―a difficult task, and mistakes can be expensive.
On August 15, @shrmnextchat chatted with HR and Talent Acquisiiton Manager Claire Petrie @_strclaire about HR Ghost Stories.
If you missed this excellent chat about this new hiring phenomenon that’s spooking employers everywhere, you can read all the tweets here:
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.
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.
On August 1, @shrmnextchat chatted with SHRM Field Service Director and host of Honest HR podcast Callie Zipple, @SHRMCallieZ about Finding Your Voice as an HR Professional.
In case you missed this amazing chat filled with helpful tips and advice you can read all the tweets here:
On July 24, 2018, SHRM president and CEO Johnny C. Taylor, Jr. testified before the Committee on Education and the Workforce’s Subcommittee on Health, Employment, Labor and Pensions, on the on benefits of the Workflex in the 21st Century Act (H.R. 4219) for both employers and employees.
To view the press release, please click here.
“We often forget the ‘I’ in the D&I conversation. The challenge is in having a culture where all employees feel included. It’s a major investment to bring talent into your organization, so why bring them in if they’re not happy when they get here? You’ve got to get the inclusion part right.” – Johnny C. Taylor, Jr., SHRM-SCP, SHRM CEO
On July 18, @shrmnextchat chatted with Talent Strategist Mary Faulkner (@mfaulkner43) about The Rise of "New Collar" Jobs and Nontraditional Talent.
If you missed this excellent chat on how employers are boosting talent acquisition efforts by removing barriers to hiring, you can read all the tweets here:
No degree? No experience? No problem.
A high demand for skills combined with a low unemployment rate have made nontraditional pools of talent an attractive option for employers looking to boost recruiting efforts.