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Mildred Blankson

I am a Human Resource Professional with a Masters Degree in Human Resource Management. I have several years of experience in Human Resources and i hope this blog will be a great resource in helping you find the perfect job or candidate that you seek.

Organizations: Are You Creating a Swipe Left Employee Experience

Of course, swipe left has become a pop culture reference to rejection. Don't create a work environment where employees want to reject the company.

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Think Like a Marketer III: Connect with Candidates Using Hyperpersonalized Marketing

In past posts, we compared the marketing funnel to the recruiter’s “talent pipeline”; in the first funnel stage — awareness — targeting helps you best engage job seekers. In the second “consideration” stage, retargeting helps you nudge those job seekers further along.

In today’s post, we are going to look at the final three steps of the …

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Project Management: 7 Steps for Effectively Managing a Project

Projects and project management comes with almost any job today. Projects can help your career so use these 7 steps to do them right.

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The Great 2019 Texas Career Management Tour! July 15th in Austin and Dallas

I am going on a road trip this summer… and what better place to go in the summer than Texas! I hear it’s a lovely time of the year! For years my road trip speaking has consisted of my very favorite presentation, Career Management 2.0 most of the time. Sometimes I’d talk about LinkedIn (since […]

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What To Do If You Hate Your Job

I was chatting with Liz this morning about Project HOPE, which is now in alpha testing. I asked her if she wanted to listen to my audio, and see the feedback from the testers, and she said YES. She then wrote something interesting/funny: “I worked at JibberJobber for several years without reading your blog. When […]

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Before You Take Your Next Job in Recruiting—the Questions to Ask and Why

Recruiters know — better than anyone on the planet (except perhaps for journalists and a handful of other professionals) — the importance of asking questions. It’s that necessary step in every interview when they hand the proverbial mic over to the candidate to see what they want to learn about the job. And for a long time, not asking questions …

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Candidate Experience: Engaging Job Seekers During the Silent Period

Candidate experience can be improved by engaging job candidates during the silent period. Those are two periods when they do not hear anything from you.

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Getting Started with Programming and Tech With Pluralsight

Just two more days until the $100 off sale at Pluralsight. $199 for a year of full access… killer deal. If you are NOT in a tech role, but have always wanted to learn, I would definitely recommend dropping $199 and having a full twelve months to learn, and play, and dabble. I can’t think […]

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Time Out: Are You Living Well?

As I write this, I am enjoying some time outdoors. It’s in these quiet, alone moments that I reflect on who I am, where I am, and choices I make. Although I still have so much to learn, I have reached the point I no Read More ...

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Workism: Employees Need to Understand the Role of Work In Their Lives

Workism is not the same as a workaholic. Employees need to have a healthy relationship with work. Business culture can help them understand.

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