We spend a lot of time talking about retaining our best people. Too many times though, we wait until our star gives us their resignation notice and then we try the worst tactic possible - the counter offer. Some managers scurry about trying to figure out how to get the … [Read more...] about It’s About The Heart – Why You Should Never Counter Offer
Using resources like LinkedIn and Glassdoor, candidates can easily break through your carefully crafted behavioral interview questions; before you know it you’ve got a Controller who can’t figure out the balance sheet. Kris Dunn recently wrote a post on how candidates can beat … [Read more...] about Helping Your Hiring Manager See Past the Friendly Face
Last week I started a new job at Mickey Thompson Tires and Wheels. As the HR Manager for a performance tire and wheel company, I’ve been on a crash course through the world of tire operations, customer service and sales but the coolest part of my first week was going to Frank … [Read more...] about HR In A Quarter Mile
It’s day 3 of the Your Turn Challenge and I’m up early in the AM writing this due to plans yesterday evening. Turns out that if you don’t write your blog posts on the weekend and work full time its hard to blog everyday. Who knew? Today’s questions asks: “Tell Us … [Read more...] about How Do We Improve Job Fairs?
Since I started working from home I am in love with video conferencing. Typically I use it for meetings but recently I decided to use it for interviewing because I wanted to gauge how comfortable candidates are with the technology and to see if it was any better than the … [Read more...] about Video Interview Do’s and Dont’s