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Screening Out the Takers from the Candidate Pool

Posted by Eric Putkonen on 01/10/2017 in Recruiting articles |

I recently saw a great TED Talk by Adam Grant that was just posted this month via the TED Talk app on my AppleTV.  Unfortunately, there isn’t a YouTube link for the TED Talk yet, but I found a link to a similar talk he gave on the same topic at ZeitgeistMinds called “Givers, Takers, […]






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What If We Thought of Our Employees as Volunteers?

Posted by Eric Putkonen on 05/04/2016 in Recruiting articles |

I believe it is important to think differently as a recruiter or leader.  Today’s post is about our employees.  How we treat them is derived by how we think of them.  Because we pay them, many believe this should be enough for them to keep coming back, give us their best, and do as we […]






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How Recruiting Internally Makes Employees Feel Unvalued

Posted by Eric Putkonen on 02/18/2016 in Recruiting articles |

I am a major supporter of promoting from within and careers tracks and such.  I think it is a great thing when people grow within the company and stay for years working their way up the chain. But we are also likely disenfranchising other employees and making them feel unvalued and without hope of a […]






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Putting the human back into human resources by Mary Schaefer

Posted by Eric Putkonen on 09/25/2015 in Personal / About Me |

I found another TED Talk that was very interesting for human resource professionals and recruiters.  This also covers some aspects of employee engagement. “Infusing more humanity back into the work place for those human beings who happen to be employees.” She suggests we need to treat employees humanly – which means to address very human […]






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Recruiting For Employee Engagement

Posted by Eric Putkonen on 09/22/2015 in Recruiting articles |

Employee engagement is a topic that comes up regularly and many companies conduct surveys in an attempt to measure employ engagement. Unfortunately, it is reported to be low.  Per Gallup, the majority of U.S. employees are not engaged despite gains in 2014.  They measured employee engagement at 31.5%.  Supposedly, this is the highest it has […]






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