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HRExaminer Weekly Edition v5.41 December 12, 2014



In our feature article this week Victorio Milian discusses how candidate names impact hiring results and candidate experience. Read Victorio’s article, “What’s My Name?.”

John Sumser talks about what happens to people when software creators remove key features of their software in a bid to increase revenue in, Breaking What Works.

What’s the most powerful book that you read in 2014? For Heather Bussing it was Keise Laymon’s How to Slowly Kill Yourself and Others in America. Learn why in Heather’s article, Read Kiese Laymon.

On HR Examiner Radio John talks with Mike Maughan of Qualtrics about helping organizations understand employee development and engagement strategies. Enjoy!


 

This Week's Articles

 
What’s My Name?What’s My Name?
Studies have been conducted which show that people with non-ethnic sounding names receive up to 50% more call backs for job interviews than those with ethnic sounding ones.
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Breaking What WorksBreaking What Works
Heather Bussing asked if I knew a good trick for saving (translating) graphic formats (like png to jpg). She said, ”I’m on the third piece of software that has disabled that functionality.”
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Read Kiese LaymonRead Kiese Laymon
”The most powerful book I read in 2014 was Keise Laymon’s How to Slowly Kill Yourself and Others in America.” -Heather Bussing
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HRExaminer Radio: Episode #78: Mike MaughanHRExaminer Radio: Episode #78: Mike Maughan
Mike Maughan specializes in helping organizations understand employee development and engagement strategies at Qualtrics. John spoke with Mike this past Friday to learn more.
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