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Dr. John Sullivan is a well-known thought leader in HR. He is a frequent speaker and advisor to Fortune 500 and Silicon Valley firms. Formerly the chief talent officer for Agilent Technologies (the 43,000-employee HP spin-off), he is now a professor of management at San Francisco State University. He was called the "Michael Jordan of Hiring" by Fast Company magazine. More recruiting articles by Dr. Sullivan can be found in the ER Daily archives.

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The dream of every corporate recruiting leader is to discover a phenomenal secret source that few in recruiting are even aware of. That recruiting source would ideally be a social media community, so its members would be “social savvy.” The new source would include millions of potential recruits, who are highly talented individuals...
While this is not an endorsement for the Indeed job board, they just issued a set of guidelines I encourage everyone to use when posting your firm’s job openings online. According to their website: Indeed is the No. 1 job site in the world and the recruitment tool of choice for all kinds...
By Eric B. Meyer If you’ve ever had to address an EEOC Charge of Discrimination, you know that drafting a good Position Statement, in which the specific claims of discrimination are addressed and supported with documents and facts, is key. This especially holds true now that the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission has announced
As a manager, engaging employees on the job is a constant search for balance. You want to praise their hard work and effort, but not make them feel too self-conscious or patronized. You want offer incentives to motivate them, but you also want to hold their results accountable. You want to be flexible...
It has been called the sharing, on-demand, and gig economy. It has been recognized as a revolution and has had that titled stripped in the same year. It’s everything economists are excited about, and at the same time, the thing that policy makers fear most. But in 2016, years after it was first...
Editor’s Note: As I wind down my stint as Editor of TLNT — yes, I’m leaving next month— I wanted to share a few of my favorite posts. Here’s one from February 2011. Some 20 years ago when I was editor of a newspaper in Great Falls, Montana, there was a winter ritual that never ceased to

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