Recruiters are not just looking at your resume anymore, they're checking out your Twitter, Facebook, and LinkedIn pages. What kind of things do you post and how is that making a difference in your job-future?


The Society for Human Resources Management recently released a report offering information on the latest HR trends according to panels of senior HR practitioners, consultants, academics, and policy experts.


What if you're not as good as you think you are at your job? Is that possible? Researchers Justin Kruger and David Dunning would say "yes."


Guest blogger Naima Khandaker writes about three strategies Talent Managers should utilize when selecting research to inform decisions and programs in their organizations.


According to a National Association of Colleges and Employers report detailing salary information from more than 400,000 employers, in 2013 the education industry saw a drop in average starting salary, meanwhile it hired the largest number of graduates.


Many organizations offer Flexible Spending Accounts, commonly known as FSA's, in addition to employee health insurance as a way to attract and retain staff. Recent changes to FSA rules impact spending, healthcare, patient wellbeing, taxes, and the management of benefits. Are you up-to-date?


Over the past five years, healthcare costs have increased nationally. Do you know what portion of your healthcare costs are your responsibility and what portion your employer covers?


Guest blogger, Naima Khandaker, explores the 2012 PISA results and dives into how high-performing systems are prioritizing their resources in order to be successful.


Dr. Lyle Ailshie, Superintendent of Kingsport City Schools in eastern Tennessee, authors a guest post on the district's multi-level leadership strategy to help foster professional learning, innovation, and entrepreneurship.


Between rising health insurance costs, lost productivity, and overall employee health and well-being, more and more talent managers have been tasked with working to alleviate the financial and physical impact of smoking on their organizations.


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