Tag HR

Burnout & Resignations Are Reflections of Human’s Few Needs but Unlimited Wants

Nothing like a pandemic to make people realize they have different wants and need very few things. Last year when no one knew how long lockdowns would remain in force and employees worked from home, WatchMojo “encouraged” employees to start… Continue Reading →

The Art and Science of Developing Talent

I expanded on our RAM initiative, or Resource Allocation Management, in a previous article. I am updating and posting here as a stand-alone piece before Part 2 In 2020, during a pandemic no less, we unveiled RAM within The Academy, our… Continue Reading →

Open to Work? Do This Now!

If you do this, you will exponentially increase your odds of landing work… or at least standing out by making the hiring manager’s job easier. I alluded to this in my Finding Your Voice article when discussing our new foray… Continue Reading →

Do Women Make Better Managers?

Hearst hired Debi Chirichella to replace Troy Young as head of magazines. Given the media company’s underlying audiences it serves, it made sense to go with the best person for the role which in this case was a Hearst veteran who… Continue Reading →

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