Millennial Hiring Part 2: Money IS Important

What makes Millennials tick? In last week’s article, we discussed the fact that Millennials do more job hopping than previous generations, but it’s not because they are non-committal, it’s because they refuse to forgo happiness in order to stay in a position. They will leave once their needs are no longer being met. With Millennials […]

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Millennial Hiring Part 1: Gen Y Job Hoppers

Millennials rule. At least according to Fortune Magazine editor Alan Murray. They rule because, as of this year, Gen Y workers will surpass the number of Gen Xers in the workforce for the first time. In Fortune Magazine’s latest issue of the 100 Best Companies to Work For, many organizations on the list (i.e. Google) […]

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Social Recruiting – The Value of Facebook In Talent Acquisition

Facebook is still the largest social media platform with almost three times as many users as other platforms including LinkedIn, Instagram and Pinterest. While user engagement is stagnant on other sites, Facebook’s level of engagement continues to grow with a current rate of 70% of users engaging daily. Marketing has certainly found a venue for […]

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Marketing or Recruiting: Which Department Should “Own” Social Media?

The great debate: Marketing or Recruiting. Who should be in charge of the social media for an organization? Many talent acquisition professionals are sure to understand the frustration that comes along when the left hand doesn’t communicate with the right hand in this area.  Marketing is in charge of the brand reputation and customer satisfaction, […]

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VUCA World Part 7: Meta-Companies

In the three previous articles, we discussed The Light Footprint Approach presented by consulting firm Roland Berger, regarding how to survive in the VUCA world. This approach is based on seven pillars divided into three areas: Innovation, Organization and Approach. These characteristics are found in top performing corporations in the VUCA world (volatility, uncertainty, complexity […]

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VUCA World Part 6: Pillar 3 of the Light Footprint Approach

In previous articles, we began to discuss The Light Footprint Approach presented by consulting firm Roland Berger, regarding how to survive in the VUCA world. They describe standout organizations as “meta-winners – firms so singular that they are game-changers in their industry.” This approach, based on seven pillars divided into three areas (Innovation, Organization, and […]

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VUCA World Part 5: Pillar 2 of the Light Footprint Approach

In VUCA World Part 4: Pillar 1 of the Light Footprint Approach, we began to discuss The Light Footprint Approach presented by consulting firm Roland Berger, regarding how to survive in the VUCA world. They describe the standouts as “meta-winners – firms so singular that they are game-changers in their industry.” This approach is based […]

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VUCA World Part 4: Pillar 1 of the Light Footprint Approach

In last week’s article, VUCA World Part 3: Hiring Critical Thinkers, we touched upon the need to hire workers who focus more on how to think, rather than what to think. These individuals are necessary to usher organizations into the new era of business, the era of VUCA (volatility, uncertainty, complexity and ambiguity). Consulting firm Roland […]

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VUCA World Part 3: Hiring Critical Thinkers

In last week’s article, VUCA World Part 2: Adapt & Survive in Talent Management, we continued the discussion of how organizations need to alter their thinking in order to succeed in the VUCA world (VUCA standing for volatility, uncertainty, complexity and ambiguity). The reality is that not only how we hire our talent needs to change […]

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VUCA World Part 2: Adapt & Survive in Talent Management

As discussed in VUCA World Part 1: How Talent Management is Changing, the business world has transformed into an unpredictable environment described as VUCA (volatility, uncertainty, complexity and ambiguity). In order to survive, organizations must change and adapt in their approach to talent management. ERE describes this process in depth, however, as a general overview, […]

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