I remember sitting with my then colleagues in a London office, and having one of them exclaim - look at this CV, this person has been working for 30 years, which is longer than I've been alive! This was met with sniggers and head nods from all present. Except me. When I stated that I too at that time had been working for 30 years, I was met with shocked faces.Read More
The stereotypes would have you believe these were venues for "secret mens business" where the chaps could cuss, burp, smoke like chimneys, drink whiskey in the morning and tell ribald stories at will whilst turning the wheels of powerRead More
.....two of the three HR leaders proceeded to receive a job offer with full transparency of their situations to the employer companies; and of these, one wound up accepting the job. One of the three HR leaders will not be welcome to work with our firm in any capacity again.Read More
Those of us the in HR profession are quick to stomp on business leaders when we see/hear of them undertaking discriminatory behaviours and actions.
But let me tell you. HR is absolutely just as culpable when hiring for its own.Read More