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We Get the Sex and Lies, But Why HR?

When I first started in HR, no one knew who we were. Heck, we weren’t even HR back then. In 2005, popular business magazine Fast Company brought HR into the spotlight, in a not-so-gracious way, with a cover story stating Why…

Four Human Capital Trends to Watch

The rapid change of pace in the talent landscape is challenging current approaches to talent management, forcing executives to reevaluate strategies, adopt new tools, redefine company cultures and provide premium benefits. Case in point: In 2017, the number of unique…

Talent By The Numbers, II

Some recent stats, facts, data, and figures in the talent-acquisition field, the job market, and the economy. If you have any good ones, let me know for next time. 36 … percent of of retailers that have a team dedicated to…

This Company Lives Its Culture

The articles and expertise found here on TLNT, on Culture University and Constructive Culture provide a fantastic foundation for a leader to learn how a purposeful, positive, productive culture operates. From making values as important as results to creating an organizational constitution…

Background Checking In a Gig Economy

The US economy has changed dramatically over the last 50 years — from stable employment in large organizations to an increased reliance on temporary or contracted labor (with an emphasis on service and tech industry jobs). While the manufacturing world…

Stop Telling People You Work In HR

You will no longer identify yourself as, “Oh, I work in human resources.” You are now a human capital strategist. When someone asks what you do, that will be your response. That was my last thought of the day when…