the red report.

By Sarah Mitchell, page 1

  • 01 30

    Can AI Replace the Human Touch in Recruiting and Hiring?

    I’ve met Alexa and Siri, and I wouldn’t say they knocked my socks off with their capabilities. Perhaps I’m resistant to change or hopelessly Generation X, but I haven’t been able to get either of those robot ladies to do much of value other than giving me a weather report, looking up a phone number, or eavesdropping on my living room chit chat and blurting out “I’m not quite sure ...

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  • 08 08

    Self Care Arrives at Your Office – Four Simple Ways to Avoid Burnout

    It’s hard to imagine, but there was a time not too long ago when the term “self-care” had yet to permeate our shared lexicon. It was three years ago or so when I began to notice it. It started when someone (a millennial friend, naturally) told me she admired me for my self-care skills, which at the time were 1. eating lots of vegetables 2. going to yoga on a regular basis and 3 ...

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  • 10 25

    The War for Talent – Five Reasons Your Company’s Best Managers Become Passive Candidates

    While the job market ebbs and flows, one trend that has remained constant is the demand for passive candidates. In fact, I would go so far as to say there is a war for passive candidates. The demand for passive candidates may change from industry to function, but even in the depths of the recession of 2008 and 2009, smart companies were strategically planning or launching searches with the goal of recruiting that superstar whom ...

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  • 03 22

    The Eyes Have It; Diversity Practices in Corporate America Need a Check-up

    Somewhere, sometime in the deep 1990s, I accompanied my manager on my first out- of-the-office business meeting. I was inexperienced, nervous that I would say or do the wrong thing, rocking an Ann Taylor suit, and ready to impress. As we arrived at the meeting, we were greeted by a small sea of white men who comprised the executive suite of a major oil and gas company. I shook hands with the CEO. “Nice eyes ...

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