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What do Bill Murray, Garth Brooks, Bette Midler and a dog all have in common? These were the last guests on classic late night television talk shows in the past years. 220 more words


What does your company need from its HR Business Partner?

Your HR consultant should be perceived as one of your strategic business partners, not just an administrator who manages paperwork and new hires.

As your strategic business partner, your HR consultant needs to understand your company’s goals and the talent resources that are required to achieve these goals quickly. 217 more words

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Achieving Better Results with Behavioral Interviewing

How do I ensure I make the right hire? How do I differentiate one great candidate from the others? How do I determine whether they will fit in with my team? 250 more words

Hiring for Emotional Intelligence in the Healthcare Industry

As the U.S. healthcare system begins to shift from volume-based care to value-based care, priorities of medical staff are beginning to center on the health outcomes of the patient instead of profit margins. 676 more words

Behavioral interviewing is dumb

I went to grad school at the University of Minnesota from 2012 to 2014. In hindsight, I regret nearly everything about it — although in the process, I learned a lot about myself and who I am, and those lessons have served me well enough to have a functional job and write a blog that maybe a few dozen people appreciate weekly, so that’s something. 621 more words

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