5 Predictions for HR and Employment in 2018

Human Resources is an extension of our humanity. Finding, losing, and pursuing a job or career is inextricably tethered to larger shifts in political leadership, economic trends, and cultural events. Few will dispute that 2017 was a uniquely compelling and perplexing year in the world of human resources. From combative national politics and groundbreaking sexual… Read More

The American Dream Isn’t Dead, But Lifelong Employment Sure as Hell Is

The Ketchup Factor Okay, so this isn’t new information. Lifelong employment died the day McDonald’s stopped blindly handing you fistfuls of ketchup packets and started asking if you wanted any, and if so, exactly how many. It’s just a different world now, and that isn’t always a bad thing. Slinging ketchup around willy-nilly to millions… Read More

Sexism, HR, and the Donald Trump Factor

Modern HR departments understand that diversity increases the general strength of businesses and organizations. People from different backgrounds and experiences offer different views of the world, different (but not disparate) solutions to solving problems, and unprecedented opportunities to synergize and create positive change in their respective industries, if not the world. If evolution, after all,… Read More