Category Archives: Guest Post

Guest Post: Eat Grandpa…and Other HR No Noes

I love a good TrenchHR professional. Especially one who is also an aspiring blogger and St. Louis Cardinals fanatic. Adam C. Dennis fits this bill. He’s married to Sarah and father to Abigail, Amelia, & Baby #3 (any name suggestions?) due in August 2012. You can connect with him on his blog (adamcdennis.com), Twitter (@adamcdennis)…

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Vendors and Bloggers Locked in Love and Hate

I rant. It’s what I do. But whether it shows or not, I recognize that I’m just one voice among many. And I (really) like it when someone is willing to shout back with theirs.  I published a post this week about the dangers of resigning too much of one’s self to Vendors when blogging…

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The Solution is the Best Part of the Problem

I dig it when a TrenchHR pro takes the time to send me a guest post. Some are testing their writing skills, others are looking for a place to spout off, and others are just interested in being part of the conversation. Either way, I’m happy to give them the platform. Michael Danubio is one…

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Guest Post: There is Nothing Bigger than the Little Things

Ben Eubanks was one of the first people to draw me into the social media space. He’s been a fixture in the online HR community as a prolific blogger over on UpstartHR…he gets this business. As a father of young twins, a full-time HR Professional, a leading HR Conference founder, and industry pundit, I just…

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Guest Post: It’s About the Candidates Finding You

Social Media’s has infiltrated the workplace, yes. And many organizations have advanced their capabilities in leading-edge fashion. HR departments far and wide are scrambling to figure out how to exploit its benefits while protecting the organization from the corresponding risk of doing so. Despite this activity, many organizations just haven’t gotten on-board yet with social…

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