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Latest Blog Posts
- The Latest Jobseeker to Join LinkedIn – Hillary Clinton -
This article was originally posted on talent.linkedin.com
When talent is looking for a new job, they often update their profile. Or, in the case of presidential candidate Hillary Clinton, create a new one altogether:
Along with creating the profile, she’s done another telltale sign she’s looking for new work – she published a post on LinkedIn. Clearly, she’s pushing pretty hard for this position.
Clinton isn’t the only presidential candidate on LinkedIn, merely the latest. Rand Paul, Ted Cruz and others have been longtime members, and President Barack Obama is a frequent blogger on LinkedIn. So it appears all job candidates
- Practice Makes Perfect -
Practice Makes Perfect
This article was originally posted on hreonline.com By Carol Patton
New research finds two-thirds of first-time leaders feel unprepared for their job, and experts say HR has a pivotal role in preparing the next generation of an organisation’s talent.
As a global talent-management consultancy, Development Dimensions International recently wanted to learn more about job transitions—specifically, what happens behind the scenes of such moves.
Do employees struggle with job changes or their first leadership role? What’s the most difficult adjustment they have to make? Who helps them during the transition?
That was the focus of
- What Do You Expect if You Go the Extra Mile? -
This article was originally posted on recognizethisblog.com
Recognize This! – Telling someone “thanks” for taking on additional responsibility is not only the right thing to do, but can also boost future efforts as well.
Surprise, surprise! Gen Y doesn’t expect a trophy, certificate or pat on the back for every little thing they do at work, according to research from Lumesse (formerly StepStone Solutions).
Of course, I’ve written repeatedly that this perception simply isn’t true, but Lumesse now confirms (quoting):38% of workers aged 56-60 said they believe they will always be recognized and reward if they work harder or take