1903, 2015

Pinpoint: Interviewing Skills and the On-Demand Workforce

By |March 19, 2015|Blogs, Frontpage Articles, Talent Search & Recruitment|

Interviewing potential candidates for a new job position can be tough.  Sharpen your skills with these quick tips from our hiring experts.  Also in this month's issue: the unique challenges and benefits of the on-demand workforce. [gview file="https://peoplescapehr.com/wp-content/uploads/PINPoint-Vol2-Iss2.pdf"]

1102, 2014

“Tell me now, right now …and change”

By |February 11, 2014|Blogs, Frontpage Articles|

How do we manage performance (i.e. give and receive feedback, set objectives and coach) inside the new conversational context? What does the new conversational context mean in today's organizations? People everywhere are tweeting, posting, communicating, connecting in real time. There is an authenticity of commentary and break-down in formal hierarchies. The need for immediate feedback that  this all brings, drives changes right now in how we are running our performance reviews and sharing with our people whats working and what isn’t. Put these together and its telling us, we need authentic feedback in real time that can be shared openly in [...]

1111, 2013

“Culture Eats Strategy for Breakfast”

By |November 11, 2013|Blogs, Frontpage Articles, HR Advisory & Facilitation|

From as far back perhaps as our first fascinating high school biology class we couldn't help pondering "the chicken or the egg". We later learned that this dilemma and conclusion extended well beyond biology.Then came "nature or nurture", psychology 101, and the plot thickened. There was something to sink our ideologically hungry, pre-adult teeth into at last. If you were anything like me, it took almost a decade to formulate a well balanced opinion giving them both a fair shake.The strategic business world seems to have been grappling with its own existential dilemma, "strategy or culture". My still favorite quote [...]

1111, 2013

“From trashing to joining the modern workforce conversation”

By |November 11, 2013|Blogs, Frontpage Articles, HR Advisory & Facilitation|

[av_textblock size=” font_color=” color=”] People always criticize whats new. Change is scary, but the pace of change isn’t phased by our emotional preferences or blockages. The pace of today’s change is as fast as your internet connection on a high speed router. People who are under 35 years old today, will make up 75% of the global workforce by 2025. Yes, what I said was “People who are under 35 years old today, will make up 75% of the global workforce by 2025”. In a few short years that means half of the workforce will be way younger than we [...]

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