HR Bartender is going to have some scheduled maintenance over the next few days. Our hosting company tells us that the site should be fully functional during that time and you shouldn’t notice anything different. But we all know that stuff can happen and I’m a safety girl. So, I wanted to offer you a Plan B just in case you’re looking for some high-quality human resources and business content.
Here are five links that are worth checking out.
You know I’m a planner. I loved this article from Sarah Von Bargen on “Why You Need to Literally Schedule Fun Into Your Life and How to Do It”. Great way to not feel guilty about talking some “me” time. Just put it on the schedule!
If you have a moment, check out my webcast with Tony Lee, vice president of editorial at the Society for Human Resource Management (SHRM) on “Talent Strategy: Aligning the Recruiter and Candidate Experience”. We discuss what job seekers want from companies and how SHRM is building programs to help talent acquisition. Listening to the webcast earns you recertification credits from SHRM and the HR Certification Institute (HRCI).
Two of my favorite people recorded a webcast. Laurie Ruettimann and Jennifer McClure talk about personal branding on the new podcast “Let’s Fix Work”.
Speaking of podcasts, I also had a pleasure of recording one with Peter Clayton at Total Picture about my latest book, “The Recruiter’s Handbook: A Complete Guide for Sourcing, Selecting, and Engaging the Best Talent”. It was a wonderful conversation about talent acquisition (if I do say so myself!) Peter asked some unusual but relevant questions. I hope you’ll follow the links and take a listen.
Oh! And I forgot one activity in my latest article on the “5 Must-Attend Activities at this Year’s HR Technology Conference”. On Wednesday, September 12, 2018 at 3p Eastern / 12n Pacific, SHRM will be hosting their annual #NextChat from the conference. It’s sure to be a great time, so check out the links, mark your calendar now and be sure to join us!
So, cross your fingers that all goes well with our site maintenance. And even if everything goes off without a hitch, please feel free to visit these other resources anyway. But don’t stay away too long. We’ll be back to our regular schedule in just a couple of days.
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