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File for Unemployment NOW: Your Five Minute Pep Talk

A Slice of HR

Before it closed in 2012, I'd worked there for several years in the HR department. It was fully staffed by resources from the state, so I would pop in there whenever I had a question or just to say hi. Just like those days at Beam, one day my whiteboard was full of talent acquisition requests to the next that is full of uncertainty. If we lose our jobs and all rush to the closest place that is hiring, the economy at large is missing out on our unique talents.

File for Unemployment NOW: Your Five Minute Pep Talk

A Slice of HR

Before it closed in 2012, I'd worked there for several years in the HR department. It was fully staffed by resources from the state, so I would pop in there whenever I had a question or just to say hi. Just like those days at Beam, one day my whiteboard was full of talent acquisition requests to the next that is full of uncertainty. If we lose our jobs and all rush to the closest place that is hiring, the economy at large is missing out on our unique talents.

Rethinking talent management

HR Times

Part I: The rise of contingent talent. 1 What does this mean for organizational talent management overall and for HR specifically? We’ll explore this trend and its implications over three posts; this one on the rise of contingent talent, the second considering the need for HR to reengage with the non-employee workforce, and the third looking at ways some new freelance management systems (FMS) are changing the way talent is acquired, assigned, managed and rated.