A #SHRM16 Interview with Ray Bixler of SkillSurvey

I have to admit that I have long said that reference checks have limited value. Let me differentiate that from background checks of which I am a big proponent. However, after interviewing Ray Bixler of SkillSurvey I may have to change my tune. Getting rid of the phone According to Bixler, who has been the …

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#SHRM16 Report- Day 2: Visiting the Vendors

Although I hit two great concurrent sessions today and a very interesting keynote address I will talk about them at another time. I wanted to highlight some of the vendors I have visited. I look for some of the smaller vendors, not exclusively, but generally some that have an interesting product or service. Ultimate Software …

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#SHRM16 Report on Opening Day

The 2016 SHRM conference started with a great set of keynote that followed Hank Jackson’s opening remarks. According to Hank Jackson, SHRM’s CEO this is a breakthrough year for human resources. In fact that is the theme for this year BREAKTHROUGH. Jackson says that today’s workplaces need to be innovative, competitive, and equitable. Flexibility needs …

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#SHRM16 Interview with Tim Mulligan the CHRO of the Year

I lived in Southern California for my high school and college years. In college I studied comparative animal psychology, primates in particular. As a result I was very familiar with the San Diego Zoo. I have probably been at least 15 times and consider it to be one of the premier zoos I have ever …

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