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Great Candidates May Not Always Have the Best Resumes: ‘Featured’ TED Talker Regina Hartley

UPS Information Services Human Resources Director Regina Hartley is a self-described “scrapper.” In her recently featured Technology, Entertainment and Design (TED) talk: “Why the best hire might not have the best resume,” she details how her personal experiences helped shape her human resources career.


‘Lying’ Candidate Deserves Questioning Before Rejection: Advice Columnist

Workplace and management expert Alison Green suggests it’s prudent to get an explanation from an apparently lying applicant before outright rejection.


IABC Gives Gold Quill Merit Award to HR Chief Michael Head

Michael Head, Human Resources Senior Vice President at Southern Wine & Spirits of America, Inc., the leading wine and spirits distributor in the country, has been awarded the International Association of Business Communications Gold Quill Merit Award, according to a recent press release.


Yahoo Names Power as SVP of HR

Bryan Power has been named by Yahoo as Senior Vice President of Human Resources and will report directly to the company's CEO Marissa Mayer. So reports Business Wire.


HRE Names Top 15 Women in HR

Human Resource Executive has put out its list of the top 15 most powerful women in HR, noting that, in general, women are at the helm of big-company HR departments at a growing clip. So reports Human Resources Executive Online.


Business Etiquette Never Goes Out of Style

With so many professionals navigating the waters of their careers both in the full-time work force and on their own, inter-personal skills like cultivating contacts and meaningful networking are perhaps more important than ever. But with so much of our communication done electronically – and even short-handed with Twitter hashtags, abbreviations and emoticons – a lot of simple etiquette that used to be considered good form or simply “professional” have gone by the wayside. So reports blog LoveLifeEat.


Leading Philanthropist: Workplace Gender Equality Will Reduce Global Poverty

Each January, leading economists, journalists, corporate executives, and political and opinion leaders gather near the ski slopes of Davos, Switzerland for the World Economic Forum. At this year’s forum, Melinda Gates, one of the premier U.S. philanthropists and wife of Microsoft founder Bill Gates, made the case that increasing the number of women in the workplace and expanding economic opportunities to them worldwide will play a major role in battling global poverty over the next 15 years. So reports The Guardian.


Corporate 'Monk' CEO Runs 3 Firms at Once – in 3 Time Zones

Even in today's inter-connected global economy, it's a unique story. Most chief executives, regardless of industry or company size, have full plates running a single organization. But a half French/half Lebanese man, born in Brazil, has taken the helm of automakers in Japan (Nissan), France (Renault) and, most recently, Russia (AvtoVaz, makers of the famed Lada). The details are contained in a recent LinkedIn post.


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