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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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In our previous article, 5 Really Good Reasons to Consider Temporary Employees, we shared five reasons temporary employees might be a good fit for some workplaces. But is a hiring a temporary employee the best fit for your company? This time, we’ll look at reasons why a temporary worker might not be the...
Much has been written about your marketing department’s role in building your employer brand, how it can help in social media recruiting, etc. In another vein of thought, Harvard thinks CEOs should own the brand and therefore be an ally to HR in recruitment marketing. At the very least, we all agree that an...
After an especially strong hiring surge in December, job growth cooled off a bit in January, as private employers added 205,000 jobs, according to HR services and payroll processor ADP. ADP’s National Employment Report says the service sector accounted for 192,000 of those new jobs, with businesses of fewer than 500 workers accounting...
This week, the Startup Spotlight shines Chris Bakke, Co-Founder of Interviewed.  Should your startup be profiled? Send me a message.  What is your background? I’ve only ever worked at startups and technology companies. I got really lucky right out of college and joined an amazing team here in San Francisco that was
Some people will take any good reason to miss work. And, recovering from the Super Bowl is probably just as good a reason as any. According to a new survey commissioned in January by The Workforce Institute at Kronos Incorporated and conducted by the Harris Poll, “an estimated 16.5 million employed U.S. adults may
It’s not true that your Millennials are more likely to job hop than other generations, but they’re probably already looking for their next career move. And that’s as true for Millennials in senior and management positions, as for those in entry-level jobs. Deloitte, which surveyed thousands of Millennials worldwide, says two

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