Changes HR Must Make to Keep Up with Gen Z

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Another year has gone by and you know what that means! Generation Z is here and ready to work–and it’s time you put your best foot forward to show that your company is the real All-Star. Unfortunately, your company’s HR may have to tweak a few things to make that true. Here are some changes a fellow […]

How to Change Your Biased Blind Hiring Process

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Humans are problematic–it’s been proven over and over again. When it comes to hiring, those problematic hominids can get in the way of the talent decision making, especially in terms of diversifying the workplace.  Talent pools need to be more reflective of the world we live in, but that doesn’t mean everyone you hire is […]

How to Attract Generation Z to Your Company

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Most Generation Zs are coming to an age where we are looking for work, and chances are we will be the future of your company. So, how are you going to keep your business alive with Gen Z on the rise? Simple, hire them. Believe it or not, we need a job too. Many Gen […]

Taking a Seat at the Table: A Grad’s Guide to Stepping Into *sigh* the Workforce

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First, take a slow, deep breath and try to hold on to the positive memories you’ve had over the last 4 to 7 years. Remember the early mornings, late nights, last-minute assignments, group projects, grilled cheese sandwiches, and ramen noodles? Well, I’ve got some good news and bad news: The bad news, those dog days […]

OOO Messages That Will Actually Get People to Leave You Alone

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What’s worse than getting a work-related email while far away from your desk enjoying your PTO? Incessantly receiving emails because your out-of-office (OOO) message is inefficient and doesn’t share enough of the essential details.   Sure, we say we aren’t going to worry about work while OOO, but unless you’re already on your Midsommar retreat in […]

What Happens When Our New Hires Underperform?

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You went through the legwork. You dove through the funnel and among dozens (maybe hundreds) of resumes, you finally found the one—at least, that’s what you thought. The candidate that dazzled in the phone interview and always had a prompt follow-up suddenly shrank up when they settled into their new desk. Why do we encounter […]

How To Hire In A Gig Economy

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“Gig economy” is a huge buzzword in the hiring market right now. But what does it really mean for employers: Is it good? Is it bad? Let’s dig in. According to the ultra-analytical Investopedia, the technical definition of a gig economy is where “temporary, flexible jobs are commonplace, and companies tend toward hiring independent contractors and […]

Career Lessons You Can Learn from Tidying Up with Marie Kondo

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Life can get messy. And sometimes that messiness can permeate your work life, no matter how hard you try to keep it contained. Your desk gets messy; your email gets messy; your desk mate’s desk gets messy; your life ends up becoming one big mess. This disorganization is how some people thrive–as Time points out, […]

4 Tips to Become a Career Influencer

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The term “influencer” has gotten a bad rap lately. Probably because we see endless posts from Instagram models and Bachelor contestants–who I’m starting to believe only go on the show to land free Coachella tickets and sell magic hair-growing gummy bears–all over our feeds, generating a facade to gain our fandom and sell us more […]

Your Job Description Is Boring.

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It’s true, and it’s as common as pollen in Georgia. “So what?” You may be asking. “The job descriptions are there to give information to the candidate, and nothing more. It doesn’t need to be exciting.” Well, that’s where we disagree. See, the #1 reason people change jobs is because of career opportunity. Instead of […]