At the Intersection of the Internet of Things and HR

Tuesday, November 25, 2014 - By: Greg Moran - Tags: | | | |
You’ve likely heard the term being tossed around – the Internet of Things (IoT) – but do you know what it means? Let’s reflect first. The 1990’s Internet connected one billion users via PCs; the early 2000’s Internet connected two billion users via smartphones; and (more…)

Are you ready for 2015’s Workplace Trends?

Friday, November 21, 2014 - By: Greg Moran - Tags: | | | |
It’s right around the corner, but are you ready? For the past three years, Dan Schawbel, New York Times and Wall Street Journal bestselling author of “Promote Yourself: The New Rules for Career Success,” and contributing author to Forbes & Inc. has put together a (more…)

Put on Your Boxing Gloves

Many HR departments have to put up their dukes when it comes to showing their worth. Why? A good deal of their efforts are made behind the scenes and while speed of hire, percentage of reviews completed and number of managers trained are all good (more…) Launches Revolution in HR Webinar Series with Liz Ryan and Human Workplace

Thursday, January 30, 2014 - By: Chequed Marketing - Tags: | | | | | | | partners with leading HR thought leader Liz Ryan and Human Workplace on six part webinar series entitled “The Revolution in HR: Your Step-by-Step Evolution from Administrator in Chief to Minister of Culture in your organization.” Saratoga Springs, NY, January 30th, 2014 –, a leading (more…)

You Can’t Use a Talent Surplus Strategy in a Talent Scarcity Situation – with Lou Adler and John Sumser

In this highly interactive Q&A session, noted HR thought leaders Lou Adler and John Sumser, will offer their take on the rapidly changing world of recruiting. Despite all of the changes and new technologies available, without the right talent strategy, little will change once everyone has (more…)

Talent Friday

This Week’s Best in Talent Management News Recruiting Is Marketing – 4 Lessons You HR Team Can Learn From the Marketing Department by Dan Finnigan Filling open positions is strikingly similar in practice to the way sales and marketing fill a prospect funnel, leading to closed sales. Dan’s (more…)

Talent Friday

This Weeks Best in Talent Management News 4 Ways to Leverage Your Office Vibe When Recruiting Top Talent by Don Charlton Attracting top talent is tough. All alliteration aside, Don’s article covers four great ways to leverage your company culture to keep top performers from turning tail .   Bad (more…)

Bad Hiring Affects More Than Just Your Organization

While we all know that a bad hire can have negative consequences to a company, how often do we think about the person on the receiving end? Being fired or having to quit a job because it’s a poor fit leaves behind not only emotional, (more…)

5 Myths of Reference Checking

A study of 20,000 new hires revealed: 46% of all new hires fail 89% fail for attitudinal reasons 11% fail due to poor skills Reference checking is one of the easiest and most cost-effective ways to improve these statistics. However the common perception is that checking references is too (more…)

Reference Checking Isn’t a Waste of Time, You’re Just Doing it Wrong

Phone based reference checking is an antiquated, cultural relic. It’s a throwback to a time when references answered their phones and gave candid insight on the potential of a candidate.   No more. The phone doesn’t get answered and, when it does, superficial information is provided.   Online reference (more…)