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The new best-seller Recruiting in the Age of Googlization (paperbook and Kindle)

is now available on Amazon, Barnes & Noble, and other bookstores.

Jul 8, 2020

Most companies overlook the idea that Human Resources should be a labor multiplier. If you spend $100,000 each month on payroll, HR’s job is to multiply the effectiveness of that labor. You do that by paying attention to how well recruiters recruit, managers manage, new hires comply with onboarding, how well...


Apr 22, 2020

Brianna Shelko is a Millennial. But you’d never guess she belongs to the generation that’s been called Trophy Kids, spoiled brats, self-centered, digital addicts...and that’s only what we can print! Simply mentioning  the “M” word brings groans and sighs. Her generation gets blamed for everything that’s...


Jan 22, 2020

“People may be a company’s most valuable asset” but they don’t appear on a company’s balance sheet as an asset. They are, however, captured on the income statement as an expense. That is in sharp contrast to how HR values people. This contrast between quantifying the worth of people vs expressing appreciation...


May 2, 2019

A caregiver crisis is growing at an alarming rate ... and we're not just talking about a lack of caregivers. Every day workers are forced to choose between being a good employee and being a good son, daughter, and parent. For some, it's a stress-filled, losing battle. Employees lose. Employers lose. Caregiving experts


Apr 19, 2019

Humor Engineer is not an oxymoron. It's a new role every worker should master, according to the first Humor Engineer and Humor That Works author Andrew (Drew) Tarvin. With 83% of Americans stressed at work and 70% disengaged, humor at work is a necessity, not a nice-to-have. Humor improves our productivity. It helps us...