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#TChat Recap: How To Recognize And Stop Workplace Bullying And Harassment

This week we talked about how to recognize and stop workplace bullying and harassment.

You may have read the Amazon news recently about their toxic workplace culture. While not new news, the unfortunate fact is there are too … Read more

#TChat Recap: Why Multi-Generational Leadership Activism Is In

This week we talked about why multi-generational leadership activism is in. We were joined by Jon Mertz, thought leader, author and a Leader to Watch in 2015 by the American Management Association; and Danny Rubin, Millennial communications … Read more

#TChat Recap: How Social Networking And The Job Search Pay Off

This week we were joined by Robin Schooling, accomplished HR Leader, strategist and advisor; and Cyndy Trivella, Marketing Manager for SmartSearch applicant tracking systems and Events & Accounts Manager at TalentCulture. We discussed ways that social networking and Read more

#TChat Recap: How Employers Can Help Bridge The Great Debt Divide

This week Kevin and I were joined on the TalentCulture #TChat show by Dan Macklin, co-founder and vice president of SoFi, as we discussed how employers can help bridge the great debt divide.

Debt-ridden Millennials represent a big … Read more

#TChat Recap: Why Recruiting Is A Legitimate Career Choice

This week we were joined by Shally Steckerl, founder of the Sourcing Institute Foundation and a pioneer in talent sourcing and recruiting, as we chatted about why recruiting is a legitimate career choice.

Recruiting, for many, has been … Read more

#TChat Recap: How HR Drives Positive Workforce Impact With The Right Data Insights

HR has more momentum and presence in driving technology decisions than we have seen in years past. That’s why this week we talked with guest Marc Rind, VP of Product Development & Chief Data Scientist of ADP Analytics and … Read more

#TChat Recap: How To Build And Market Your Employer Brand

This week we talked about how to identify, grow and market your employer brand. No matter how you slice it, it’s really a lesson on research and positioning and how you end up marketing your company as the place … Read more

#TChat Recap: How To Create A Culture That Rocks

On July 8th we discussed how to create a company culture that rocks. Our guest was my friend Jim Knight, a leading training and development expert who worked with Hard Rock International for 20 years where he led … Read more

#TChat Events Moving To Wed 1-2pm ET

#TChat Moves To Afternoon Eastern To Meet Demands Of A Global Audience!

Following five years (can you believe it?!) and numerous requests by fans across the globe, we’ve decided to be bold and go live at a time which also … Read more

Passive Recruiting Encourages Relationships And Conversation

Passive recruiting is like the more mysterious sibling of active recruiting. Different from traditional recruiting, passive recruiting involves targeting people who don’t have a strong desire to be recruited. HR professionals and leaders are often unaware how it can be … Read more

Does Your Corporate Culture Need A Tune-Up?

What makes a great leader? Maybe it depends. Sure, the capacity to inspire loyalty, the ability to articulate a vision, emotional intelligence and persuasiveness is valuable. But does a company need a leader whose values are culture-based, or one whose … Read more

Connecting Your Employer Brand And Candidate Experience

Look around you, managers, and what do you see? My guess: disengaged employees with Zombie stares, some with the sour look of the disappointed, a few with the overly positive, can-do smile, trying desperately to make things work. Why is … Read more

Join #panTalentChat #Webinar Can Data Help You Hire Better?

TalentCulture Founder and CEO Meghan M. Biro will present a webinar with pan, an industry-leading talent assessment solution, titled “6 Strategies to Improve Your Quality of Hire.” The free 30-minute webinar will be held February 17 at 2 p.m. EST Read more

May Thine Own Personal Brand Be True (To You)

What do you think about the term “personal brand”? If you’re like most of us, all the brand this, brand that, brand yourself talk is beyond tired — it’s a cliché.

But let’s not hate on or disregard personal branding, … Read more

Talent Analytics Key To Unlocking Big Data’s Power

Here’s a fact I find fascinating: research from IBM shows that 90% of the data in the world today has been created in the last two years alone.

The clear takeaway is companies have access to an unprecedented amount of … Read more

It’s Time To Get Real: Humanize Your Brand

These days, brands are doing everything they can to position products and services. This includes trying to appeal to customers at a human level.

A great example is brands’ efforts with Trust Marketing. Trust is necessary if we are to … Read more

Lead With Love And You’ll Love The Results

Valentine’s Day is in less than a month. I know, right? But love is already in the air. The problem is: it’s *still* not in the air, or culture, or anywhere else at too many companies.

That’s really too bad, … Read more

Find Your True Self And Run With It

“This above all: to thine own self be true.” – Shakespeare

How long does it take to tell a “brand” apart from an authentic person? From the first word out of his or her mouth, right? “Brands” tend to be … Read more

What Drives Social Influence? Insights From Recruiting Circles

Written by Carter J. Hostelley, CEO, Leadtail

Marketers change jobs a lot. So every few months I hear from someone who’s job hunting again. Typically, we get together to grab coffee and chat about their situation. And at some … Read more

Recruiters On Twitter: Rise of "Coffee Talk" Learning

Written by Mona Berberich

In college, one of my teachers regularly told me that the room with the coffee maker is the most important place in an office, because it’s where people learn the most. At the time, I thought … Read more

Recruiters On Twitter: Rise of “Coffee Talk” Learning

Written by Mona Berberich

In college, one of my teachers regularly told me that the room with the coffee maker is the most important place in an office, because it’s where people learn the most. At the time, I thought … Read more