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Why should you immediately stop asking these questions in a job interview?

During my over 15 years of experience in talent acquisition, I must have interviewed over 6000-7000 candidates against open positions in diverse roles and industries. As a habit, after the interview, I generally go and ask for the feedback from both Interviewer and candidate. 932 more words

Human Resources

2 reasons why it’s important to give back at work

By Kelly Allder, VP of HR Programs, Ceridian

Fall is slowly making its way into our lives.  The temperature has dropped, baseball wild-card conversations have begun, my neighbors’ front doors are decorated with colorful wreaths, and Halloween and Thanksgiving decorations have appeared in Wal-Mart and Michaels Craft Stores.  514 more words

Employee Engagement

August Landmesser: the man who didn’t salute

August Landmesser was born in Hamburg, Germany on 24th May 1910. When he was 25, he met Irma Eckler and they fell in love, but there was a problem. 871 more words

Reality Bytes- The Role of HR in Today’s World

There has been a lot of confusion when it comes to understanding the true nature of the HR as a function. Lately, we have seen a huge shift in the HR function from the Administrative department into a Business Partnering function. 1,201 more words

Human Resources

What I Learned From My First Seven Jobs

There’s a meme making its way around the web in which people name their first seven jobs. Such recollections often involve typical teenage ventures like mowing lawns and selling lemonade. 1,209 more words


CIPR President Elect - what is your view on internal comms?

Last week I approached the three candidates standing as President Elect to find out a bit more about what they think of internal comms. All three replied instantly so here are the answers from… 1,098 more words

Internal Communication