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Does It Matter If Stress and Pressure Are Different

HR Bartender

In fact, I let my magazines pile up and save them for air travel. The outcome matters to your career and your future. It’s not possible to eliminate pressure but, by being able to identify pressure moments, we can develop more perseverance (aka “grit”) to be successful.

Who Owns Your Social Brand – Ask #HR Bartender

HR Bartender

Back in 1997, Tom Peters wrote an article for Fast Company magazine titled “ The Brand Called You ”. A while ago, I was doing some training at a company where they had hired someone with 750,000 Twitter followers.

10 HR podcasts you should be listening to

cipHR

HR media outlets and thought leaders are jumping on the bandwagon, too, offering everything from generalist magazine-style shows to in-depth explorations of specific topics. By: People Management magazine. Training Journal podcast. By: Training Journal magazine.

Why “Best in Tech” Workplaces are Built on Innovation

Ultimate Software

Today, I’m proud to announce another accolade: Computerworld magazine has named us the #1 Best Place to Work in IT among midsize tech companies. Developments in artificial intelligence, virtual reality, and an ever-growing gig workforce are forcing HCM software providers to grow and adapt.

HR Tech Weekly: Episode #238: Stacey Harris and John Sumser

HR Examiner

00:03:04] It went two ADP’s Next Generation HCM, which we’ve talked about on the show before we can definitely have some more conversations about. 00:04:35] They launched a new skills and Career Connections and coaching module. Nobody have a straight line career. [00:13:42]

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This Is Why Skill Set Isn’t Everything In The Hiring Game

Spark Hire

Major movie studios, definitely. You’re better off hiring someone who could use some additional training, but is eager to learn — as opposed to someone who naturally excels in the role, but couldn’t care less about the work they do each day.