Tag: TV

surprise

Avoiding the Temptation of the ‘Ta-Da!’ Moment

Some people love surprises, especially when it relates to gifts. The anticipation of giving or receiving a special present reaches its climax when the much-anticipated gift is finally revealed. It’s the primary reason gift-givers spend so much time and money selecting and wrapping presents.

BLM

Some Employers Struggling with BLM Apparel at Work

The Black Lives Matter (BLM) movement has sparked significant emotion in the past few months. Ever since the NBA season restarted, TV viewers are seeing the phrase emblazoned on the courts and on some players’ jerseys. What you won’t see on TV are the large employers that have faced significant backlash for attempting to prohibit […]

procrastination

Avoiding Distractions While Working from Home

Working from home isn’t necessarily for everyone. While some people thrive in the flexibility and independence working from home can offer, others crave greater human interaction and may struggle to stay focused amid all the potential home distractions. In this post, we provide some strategies for avoiding those distractions.

Sexual

Is Nudity on TV in the Work Lounge Sexual Harassment?

The U.S. district court in Minnesota recently heard a claim from an employee who was exposed to scenes containing nudity on the television in the employee lounge. The employee claims that these scenes were sexual harassment, does she have a claim?

training

Millennials and AI Require Shift in Leadership Training

In a previous post, we discussed two steady trends that are increasingly requiring businesses and other organizations to rethink their approach to leadership training.

engagement

The Ideal Combination of Characteristics

An earlier Recruiting Daily Advisor article cites a recent study by professional services firm Deloitte, which finds only 13 percent of workers are passionate about their jobs.

Marching Bands That Drummed Up Leadership Skills

Leadership lessons can be taken from almost anywhere. In today’s Advisor, guest columnist Ritch Eich, author of Truth, Trust + Tenacity: How Ordinary People Become Extraordinary Leaders, discusses the unique leadership skills demonstrated by marching bands.

Communicating with College Students

What channels should recruiters use when communicating with college students? A recent study from Universum Global, a provider of employer branding solutions, provides insight.

Your Recruiting Strategy and Recruitment Trends

Recruiting has changed regularly over the last few decades. Today we’ll hear from Edward Page, Business Development head of ThisWay Global.

Texas

Texas TV Station Gets Cloudy Reception from Court on ADA Claim

As a child, you probably played a game in which one child whispers a “secret” into the ear of another child. The second child then whispers the secret into the ear of a third child and on and on until the last child in the circle whispers the secret into the ear of the first […]