How Blockchain Can Join the Ranks in Recruiting Tech History

By on November 13, 2018

Co-Authored by Michelle Ferreira . Recruiting tech sees a wave of change every 10 years. 80s Newspapers and classifieds The original tried and true method of post and pray. 90s Internet job boards Introducing the internet, and the ability to publish jobs to anyone, anywhere. Monster.com becomes the dominant player. 00s Social networks The internet grows up. The audience can now contribute to...

Football Tips for Talent Acquisition

By on September 15, 2018

The kick-off to the regular Sunday night football season began on Sept. 9th with the Chicago Bears playing the Green Bay Packers at Lambeau Field. It is the 100th season of football for the Packers and the game was played out as a tale of two halves with an epic comeback by Aaron Rodgers and team to win the game, 24-23. So, what does football have to do with talent acquisition and in particular,...

If I Only Had a Brain(storm): Okay, Now What?

By on August 27, 2018

Part 2   In Part I of my blog on brainstorming, I shared some of the rather disappointing science behind traditional brainstorming. Reading that blog, you might think that it’s time to give up brainstorming sessions, but wait! With just a few adjustments, you can still have productive idea-generating sessions and achieve the “burstiness” so many teams strive for. So without further ado,...

Don’t Lose Your New Hire Before They Start

By on July 16, 2018

The top choice to fill your vacant marketing director position just accepted your job offer. You can finally relax and take a breath because your job is done. Or is it? An often overlooked step in onboarding is the critical time frame from the moment someone accepts the position to their first day. Sometimes called preboarding, this is a crucial aspect to make sure that your new hire actually...

If I Only Had a Brain(storm): A Look at Brainstorming in the Workplace

By on July 12, 2018

Part I Many organizations use brainstorming when they are stuck or looking to access new and unorthodox ideas. Some organizations even have official brainstorm meetings, complete with a moderator, whiteboards, snacks and rules like: · No idea is a bad idea · No judging of ideas · Crazy ideas are encouraged · The more ideas the better One Small Problem After nearly 70 years, what have we learned...

Sharing Fridays and the Culture of Learning

By on June 22, 2018

To stay competitive, modern organizations need a way to educate their employees. Ongoing education improves employee retention and strengthens a company over time. Sharing Fridays is one way we do this at CKR Interactive.   What is Sharing Fridays? Sharing Fridays is a weekly meeting where the team shares: tools and resources tips and ideas for process improvements team accolades...

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