Listening the correct way: An interview with Paul Endress for #SHRM18

Everyone in HR understands the importance of listening. We read about it all the time. We are trained in the value of active listening when interviewing or interacting with employees. However, I learned in a conversation with Paul Endress that active listening is not enough. To be very good listeners we need to be engaging …

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#SHRM17 Report- Technology and background checks: An Interview with First Advantage

This year at #SHRM17 I was focusing more on future views and technology such at Artificial Intelligence (AI) and what companies were doing to incorporate these advances in technology. Last year at #SHRM16 I interviewed Michael Pilnick of First Advantage. In that interview I had asked Pilnick what he saw as the challenges his industry …

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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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From the Archive: Pointers on avoiding Diabetes Discrimination

With the headline the other day that said that Half Of Adults In The U.S. Have Diabetes Or Pre-Diabetes, Study Finds I thought it would be helpful to repost this blog from two years ago.  You have all heard the news. Diabetes is considered to be an epidemic in the United States. According to the American Diabetes …

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Pointers on avoiding Diabetes Discrimination

  You have all heard the news. Diabetes is considered to be an epidemic in the United States. According to the American Diabetes Association “..nearly 26 million adults and children living with the disease. An additional 79 million have prediabetes, placing them at increased risk for developing type 2 diabetes” With those numbers in a …

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