Thank you for all of your responses to Recruiting Like A Pro – HR Jobs! This week, we will finish out the the recruitment job and we're adding another HR Pro into the mix! Along with, Cecilia Clark aka Cici the Vet Recruiter (@CeciliaClark923), Wendy Dailey (@Wyndall93), Keith Enochs (@KeithCEnochs), Kelly Marinelli (@KellyinBoulder), Talent Economist (@Mofota), and… Continue reading Recruiting Like A Pro – Part 2! HR Jobs Series
Hey HRPros, HRNewbies, and HRInterns! Todays' blog starts another awesome series from the HRJazzy Blog - HR Jobs! I want to find out more about all areas of HR and I think it's also important Newbies are able to see what jobs are available in the field. So, the first job I decided to research… Continue reading Recruiting Like A Pro – HR Jobs
As an #HRNewbie there are many new things I figure out day by day. I was recently having a conversation on the Twitter line about having my office door closed. Of course, when I have meetings or important phone calls, I will close my door, but any other time the door is open and my… Continue reading Basic 101 Work Rules for an HRNewbie
Hello everyone, thanks for coming back and reading another post from the HRJazzy Blog. Today I have a special post coming to you, I'm introducing two great young #HR Professionals that are close to graduating with their Bachelors Degree. I decided to make this blog post because I'm speaking from someone who has entered the… Continue reading The Break In – Welcoming New HR Young Professionals
Ok I admit, hate is a very strong word, but gosh how about strongly dislike?? A few days ago I saw a post that asked if college degrees are still relevant, I screamed YES extremely loud at my computer screen. It wasn't pretty. It feels like every time a generation accomplishes something huge, the older generation has… Continue reading Why Millennials Hate You
It's so hard to say goodbye ... nope, I'm not going anywhere, but the Dear Applicant Mini Series has reached its last post. Maybe. Now that I have the song in your head, let's get to the topic - You Got the Job! Now what? It's been a journey from applying to the job,… Continue reading Dear Applicant 5 & Final – You Got the Job, Now What?
I love to read, normally it's a book, but because of my blog and the HR profession, I've started reading a lot of blogs. Blogs are individuals thoughts and opinions, but they are also a great source of knowledge. I'm not sure why I never really thought to research HR blogs before twitter, but I'll… Continue reading A Blogs Credibility
Have you'll seen the endless screaming Twitter account? Check it out, I think it will help. We apply for jobs everyday, all candidates won't be the applicant chosen, and you need to know how to deal with that emotion. I've had this happen a few times, when I was younger, I pretty much got every job… Continue reading Dear Applicant 4 – Learn How to Take Rejection
We all know SHRM and the great resources they offer, at least I hope you do if you're in the HR field. But how about those local chapters that are close to your home or work affiliated with SHRM? My local SHRM chapter is NASHRM, the Northern Alabama Society of Human Resources and this year… Continue reading Local SHRM Chapters 101
Lately, I've found myself saying the word busy a lot in conversations with others. I'll go out with my friends and tell them how busy I am at work. I tell my boss I'm so busy the filing couldn't get done today. When companies calling trying to sell me something, I'll tell them I'm too… Continue reading Are You Busy or Idle?