Posts Tagged ‘job-fit’
Recruitment and selection: Improving the candidate experience
For most hiring managers, the recruitment and selection process is overwhelming. This is especially true right now when the job market is tight and finding people for your team (nevermind the right ones!) can seem like a tall order. It takes precious time to advertise, coordinate, interview, offer, and onboard, which can make hiring managers…Read More
An easy, simple, and effective way to motivate employees
There is an easy, simple, and effective way to motivate employees. It works like a charm, and better yet, the real benefits are lasting and deep. Here’s the tip: Have employees do what they love and then encourage them to do it more. Maybe that sounds just too crazy. I imagine you reading this and thinking…Read More
What does being curious about data have to do with getting a job? Lots.
“To be successful at anything — and most assuredly at healthcare data analysis — you must be curious.” That was the opening line, but just one of the many gems, offered in the latest blog post written by Katherine Rowell, a healthcare data communications expert, and a very fun — and funny — lady. So…Read More
Hire the right person, not the best (brightest, most talented) person
The first time I met Grace, I was advised not to look at her. That’s because direct eye contact, especially for a fearful dog, is threatening. It’s best to let the dog get comfortable with you before you get too close or direct in your communication. That is not the same advice I would offer…Read More
Is this as good as it gets?
Next weekend Grace and I will be attending a two-day class together. It’s for dogs that are fearful, aggressive or reactive. Grace can be all of them, in varying degrees. I submitted an application to have her considered as a case study and she was accepted. Since I’ve tried lots of things to improve these…Read More
“When a dog makes a mistake, I don’t get rid of him.”
A client remarked the other day about how this blog has made her think about her own dog and the correlation to the interactions she has with the employees at her company. “When my dog makes a mistake, I don’t get rid of him,” she said. “Instead, I try to find ways to avoid the…Read More