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Tim Sackett on 7 Secrets Only HR Pros Know

Resume Bear

I was thinking of putting down: We cook the books on our metrics, but guess what? Let’s face it, in a political corporate structure that relies on metrics to obtain budgeted resources – the numbers aren’t always going to be clean! After 15+ years of successfully leading HR and Talent Acquisition departments for Fortune 500s and smaller technical firms, Tim took over running the contingent staffing firm HRU Technical Resources in Lansing, MI.

2012 173

The 3-Step ‘Beat Unemployment’ Plan

Career Realism

Begin preparing now to limit the length of your unemployment and maximize your job search success. This 3-step “beat unemployment” plan works for job seekers at all levels of the spectrum, from entry-level workers to senior executives. Define Your Job Search Strategy. The first step is to define your strategy. Clarify your search goals and timeline. Choose and prioritize your job search methodologies. Job Search unemployment

2014 87

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The Social Conundrum for HR: Is There One?

Workology

The dark circles were not brought on by conference parties, as many might suspect, but by late night blogging and creations of the next day’s social media strategies. I, personally, loved being on executive, contingency, and corporate recruiter working with and in HR departments. Perhaps it’s in the subtle shift of job boards and HR technology to add social capabilities to their offerings. Effective Metrics. I am driven by strategy and change.

2013 115

16 months after leaving job, still getting hassled by old boss

Ask A Manager

About Me Contact Books Reviews Ask a Manager 16 months after leaving job, still getting hassled by old boss March 2, 2011 We recently talked about how long it’s reasonable to answer questions from a past employer after you’ve left. A reader writes: I left my first post-college job in 2009 after 5 years. A reader writes: I left my first post-college job in 2009 after 5 years. But you can certainly make future answers contingent on it. (Of job searching?

2011 59