You know we are all evil. It’s in the job description. So if there is an HR person out there you love–or hate, here are the perfect gifts. Or any number of items with the Evil HR Lady logo!
We’re officially in the fourth quarter, so that means that if your business is giving out holiday or year-end gifts, now is the time to shop. But, we still have a lot of people working from home. What do remote workers want? Besides a bonus, of course. Everyone wants money.
We talk a lot about questions hiring managers and recruiters should ask, but we never talk about the questions that the job candidates actually want to be asked. If you want to find the best people for your open positions, try some of these questions: “What makes you angry?” It made me
There is a lot of complaining about worker shortages and a lot of jokes going on–like the above, which points out the ridiculousness of the interview process. The thing is, it wouldn’t be funny if it wasn’t based in reality. Many companies have ridiculous hiring processes. Perhaps yours
October 10th is World Mental Health Day. 18.5 percent of American Adults suffer from some type of mental illness every year. That’s 43.8 million people or almost 1 in five. Take a look around your office. There’s a good chance that there are several people in your office who
You have used a funnel to pour gasoline into your lawnmower or salad dressing into a narrow-necked bottle, but have you thought about using a funnel to recruit and hire? All funnels start broad and narrow, resulting in a small amount going into the container. A hiring and
“I’ve never, ever, ever asked for a raise.” So says former Pepsi CEO Indra Nooyi. Why? “I don’t know. I find it cringeworthy. I cannot imagine working for somebody and saying my pay is not enough.” Oh boy. Now, Nooyi goes on to say she made more money
Is your business in the middle of the Great Resignation? If so, you probably want to stem the tide. You can offer your employees more money, more flexibility and better perks as a way to keep them engaged and satisfied at your organization. But another key area to
Have you had a job applicant whose resume wasn’t up to snuff and had huge gaps between jobs (not explainable by the pandemic alone)? Was she not polished and poised? And did you turn her away–even though she could do the job–because if she cared, she’d be wearing