Donald Trump is by far the most entertaining “politician” we’ve seen in a while. He’s brash, opinionated, insulting and has awful hair. But he continues to climb in the Republican presidential primary polls. Tonight he will be bringing the circus to Cleveland when he … [Read more...] about Your CEO Wants To Hire Donald Trump. What Now?
Have you ever given your two (or three) week notice and felt the company was writing you off before your two weeks were up? Maybe your boss started giving you the cold shoulder and your team mates started leaving you off team meetings? Suddenly no one wanted to talk to you at the … [Read more...] about Thank Them On Their Way Out
This week I’m reading the new book from Laszlo Bock, Google's head of People Operations, called “Work Rules!.” Despite the stereotypes about Google there is actually a lot of good information in this book. I’m half way through the book and despite the “only at Google” … [Read more...] about Ideas From Google Any HR Pro Can Try
A former employee of Twitter, Tina Huang, filed suit against the social media company two weeks ago alleging gender discrimination. Among her allegations and complaints are the following: "Promotion into Twitter’s senior technical positions is based on subjective judgments, … [Read more...] about Twitter As A Case Study On Why Your Organization Needs Transparent HR Processes
A fact you may not have known about me: I LOVE documentaries. I watch documentaries on all topics: war, natural disasters, social movements, people, etc; What I love about documentaries is that a good one can put you in the place of people living through the events. So last … [Read more...] about What Lance Armstrong Taught Me About Ethics and Cost Cutting