Human Capital


Jul

14

2020
Human Resources During a Crisis: Your #1 Offensive Line

Human Resources During a Crisis: Your #1 Offensive Line

  To Listen To ‘Human Resources During a Crisis: Your #1 Offensive Line’ Podcast, Click Play Cerius executive experts weigh in on proactive advice to avoid legal complications during times of a pandemic.  Chantelle Ludski: I am based in Colorado. I’ve moved here from the UK and I moved to the UK from South Africa. My background is initially in employment law, and then in...

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May

12

2020
Talent Optimization in Unprecedented Times

Talent Optimization in Unprecedented Times

I have talked to close to 50 CEOs and business owners in the past two months. When inquiring how their business is, the response is a range from devastation to this being the best year ever. This range has caused a chain reaction in the talent sector that has forced furloughs, layoffs, and hiring sprees. This level of activity would normally have taken place over...

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May

05

2020
Returning to Work: Are you a Leader or a Laggard?

Returning to Work: Are you a Leader or a Laggard?

I am fortunate enough to be part of a CEO peer group. Realizing no one has ever led through a crisis of this proportion, it has been tremendous listening to a large group of my peers and learning from them. Each Friday, we virtually get together and give our burning question(s) of the week. One piece of clarity I have gained from these is how...

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May

04

2020
Working from Home: A New Business Strategy and Positive Outcome of the Pandemic

Working from Home: A New Business Strategy and Positive Outcome of the Pandemic

Contributed by Anne L. Bohn, MBA, CPA (inactive) Working from home as a business strategy may be a new concept for management, but it can make sense, both economically and strategically, as it provides great flexibility for both the employer and employee. We all know that some jobs require person to person contact best done on the premises of an employer.  But there are many...

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Oct

23

2019
Transitioning HR Talent: From Your Defensive to Your Offensive Line 

Transitioning HR Talent: From Your Defensive to Your Offensive Line 

How the HR Talent Scale walks you from defensive to your offensive line by diagnosing your organization’s current HR. Almost everyone loves sports analogies. Today, we are seeing the backbone of organizations going through a major team reorganization: The Human Resources department is switching its strategic role as the team supporting the work of HR is increasingly recognized as one of the most precious intangible...

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Aug

27

2019
Project To Perm Executive Hiring

Project To Perm Executive Hiring

  Project to Perm Hiring allows you to try the person out on a project before you actually hire them. Remove uncertainty from the executive hiring process.   Kristen McAlister: “Hiring is often a ‘hindsight is 20/20‘ situation. But what if you got the work with the person before making the job offer? We’ll discuss how you can know exactly who you’re hiring prior to...

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Aug

25

2019
Why Do Bad Full-Time Hires Happen?

Why Do Bad Full-Time Hires Happen?

A sneak peek into chapter two of Pam Wasley and Kristen McAlister’s new book The New Executive Search on why bad full-time hires happen. The six reasons why you find yourself repeatedly dealing with bad full-time hires. New Position Replacing an executive role that has been in the company for years (if not decades) can be hard enough. What about a new position? Yes: the...

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Jul

31

2019
Interim Executive Advice on First Hires

Interim Executive Advice on First Hires

Wondering when to start hiring? Who to hire? And how many people to hire? Follow the advice of an interim executive to get on the right track. Entrepreneurs at the beginning of their journey often feel overwhelmed. There’s too many ideas floating around in their head and not enough time nor skills to get everything done. The easiest way to get stuff done is to...

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Jun

25

2019
The Economics of an Interim Executive

The Economics of an Interim Executive

With a suddenly vacant position, you can spend a lot of time searching for a full-time executive or hit the ground running with an interim executive. When an executive departs and the hunt for a replacement begins, there will always be a void until you hire a new executive. This void is detrimental to a company, as work and decisions that should be done by...

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Jan

06

2019
How to Prevent Bad Hires and Find the Right Person

How to Prevent Bad Hires and Find the Right Person

To find the right person is a challenge for job recruiters, but one that can be overcome with the right approach In an episode of the HBO hit TV show, Silicon Valley, the founding CEO of the company is asked to step down and is quickly replaced by an experienced CEO. The new hire comes in with big and bold ideas that promise to turn...

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