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Jackye Clayton

Jackye Clayton is recognized as a people expert who puts the Human in Human Resources. An international trainer, she has traveled worldwide sharing her unique gifts in sourcing, recruiting and coaching. She offers various dynamic presentations on numerous topics related to leadership development, inclusionary culture development, team building and more. Her in-depth experience in working with top Fortune and Inc 500 clients and their employees has allowed her to create customized programs to coach, train and recruit top talent and inspire others to greatness. Please feel free to send her an email at or follow her on Twitter at @pursuit_ology. Jackye does work for ERE Media, however, all writings, rants, and blogs are of her own opinion and experience and do not necessarily represent the thoughts of ERE Media.

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Flunking the Test: Demystifying Pre-Employment Testing

by Sep 5, 2013, 1:37 am ET

The sad truth is, in the pursuit of money, needing a job and fear of failure, people create false resumes and falsify information when they go to an interview. To help ensure candidates are who they say they are, many companies do pre-employment testing before even doing an interview, let alone making an offer.

Questions to consider when choosing a testing or assessment program include: keep reading…

How to Recruit for a Lousy Company

by Jan 30, 2013, 10:12 am ET

AllysonOne time, at cheerleading camp in Texas, one of the camp counselors asked us, “What do you do if your football team is the worst in the district?” The answer was to cheer anyway, because that is your responsibility. In fact, you have to cheer louder and bigger to motivate the team, the spectators, the alumni, and the students.

A recruiter is a cheerleader for the company. You are looking for the best team, and encouraging them to join because you know that this position at this company is a possibility of a lifetime. So how do you recruit for a company that has the reputation of being as “The 11 Worst Companies to Work for in America!

My suggestions and thoughts: keep reading…