Editorial Note: This is a guest post from Max Dubroff, an HR guy I met in Tulsa while attending the OKHR State HR Conference this year. We had a great conversation about 2nd chance employees and employers. I invited him to share his experiences with the PIC audience. You can connect with Max on LinkedIn…

We’ve got 99 problems but “Talent” ain’t one! Performance I Create is a talented crew, so who better to give advice and insight on this thing we call “talent”? When I think about this overused word; I think, “How did we get here?” Well… Laborer, Worker, Employee, Associate, Representative, Internal Customers, Human Capital, Workforce, Business Partners,…

Abraham Lincoln Ansel Adams Coco Chanel Larry Ellison Mark Rich Ray Croc Steve Wozniak Vidal Sassoon The people in this list come from divergent fields: leadership, photography, high fashion, technology and food to name a few. They also lived in very different time periods.  What, if anything, do they have in common? The above are…

The very foundation of what HR professionals do is ensure that our organizations avoid risk and stay compliant to not only the policies that are established for the company but to Federal regulations and the laws of our particular States. Staying in the know requires constant reading, research, and most importantly listening. Outside of joining and…

The “Great Company Gap”: Your Talent Acquisition and Management Experiences Are Broken Hey, what’s the most important function of HR? If you said Recruiting then you should be on Jeopardy! Because you’re right. A company cannot function without people. Human Resources would simply be Resources without humans.  For all of your stuff (and by stuff…