I try not to let things catch me by surprise. But it happens anyway. Oh, well! I am on the move much of the time, and I try to save my best writing times for this site. However, I occasionally slip in an article somewhere else, and I try not to let them go by without at least a passing mention. With that in mind, feel free to explore these little seeds that I’ve scattered to the four corners of the online world.
Halogen Software has a blog set up just for some of the more fun posts related to the HR world, and every once in a while they let me send something along. This post is funny and serious at the same time, so give it a try.
Do you tweet on the job? I’ll be honest. I do sometimes. It may be important and valuable. It may be silly and useless (other than giving someone else a laugh). But what if you had a boss that’s not as cool as mine? What if you couldn’t tweet on the job? Check out this post at Jobacle to learn what to do about it.
A recent post on RocketHR was inspired by a comment at HRevolution, and I believe it’s something that people should consider. Would your sphere of influence as an HR professional be bigger or smaller if you focused your efforts on a select handful of people? I don’t think the answer is that obvious. Click through and leave a comment if you disagree.
Y0u may have seen my long post “HR Unconference” recently. That was one of many great posts that were featured in an HRevolution-centric HR carnival. Check it out for everything you ever wanted to know about HRevolution!