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AI Will Kill Recruiters, How Will We Re-Invent Them?

By Yves Lermusi

A recent HBR article shows that between 1900 and 1990, the population of farmers in the United States went from 30 million to 3 million all while the country's population more than tripled. In other words, 97% of the farmers disappeared, 3% of the jobs were kept but changed dramatically, the cause: automation.  

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Epigenetics as an Analogy for Managing Talent and HR?

By Yves Lermusi

What is more important spending your time building a culture of performance or hiring top performers?  

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Google’s Culture Criteria for Good Hires

By Yves Lermusi

We saw how integrity is a key criteria for Warren Buffett for his hiring, how about Google?  

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Warren Buffett’s 3 Criteria for a Good Hire (video)

By Yves Lermusi

What do you look for to make a good hire?  How do you know what you should look for or avoid? These are questions we often address with our customers, and are the foundation of any good recruiting initiative.  Warren Buffett’s 3 well known attributes are: Intelligence, Energy and integrity (see video here), and if you don’t have have integrity, the first two attributes will kill your organization. With energy and intelligence alone,you will have a company of smart industrious crooks.  

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The most important decision in life—and in business

By Yves Lermusi

I often joke about the fact that after your spouse, the most important decision in life is “how are you going to spend your time.” If you miss just one of these decisions your days or your nights will be miserable…

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Maybe you shouldn't let your people go surfing...Yet

By Joe Babiarz

In recent years Patagonia has become well-known for their quality. The quality of their product, of their processes, and the quality of their people. Some of their more notable events include taking out a full-page ad in the New York Times before Black Friday telling people not to buy their clothes and donating 10 million dollars of sales to environmental causes.

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How to Build a Work Culture Where Employees Have a Lot of Latitude

By Eric Chester

"On-fire employees" — the kind you’re perpetually attempting to hire, develop, and retain — need some latitude to make decisions in the workplace.

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Is Your Employee Really Ready to Be a Manager?

By John Hollon

It's one of the hardest transitions you ever deal with in the workplace, and how well you handle it can make a huge difference on your employee base.

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Leading Wisely: What's the Leadership Philosophy That You Follow?

By John Hollon

When it comes to leadership, there is no single right way to operate.

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