Many of today’s leading CEOs are revered as near-rockstars. They’re followed by millions on social media, their lives are documented in gossip columns, and some, like T-Mobile’s John Legere and Twitter’s Jack Dorsey, sort of look the part.
People say endorphins make you happy, and for Sevenstep, nothing brings out the joy of service more than volunteering in our communities. This fall we gave our time, and sometimes our own athletic abilities, to a few purposeful events.
What if you were tasked with developing a new tool for your company, but your management team first wanted to know how long it would take?
If you’re unsure about social media for business, you should know this:
There are few things more rewarding than recruiting the perfect person for a job. But as any recruiter will tell you, talent acquisition is never boring.
Welcome to the first installment of our quarterly book club series. Every three months, we’ll share a handful of books we’re reading about HR, talent acquisition, leadership and business.
A year and a half ago, now Sevenstep President Amy Bush walked by my desk and said “Nikki, you like to travel, right?” [Definitely.] “You have a passport, right?” [Yep.] “Ok, we’re going to catch up soon.”
For someone whose career has been in technology and HR/Talent Acquisition for over 30 years, the HR Technology Conference and Expo had long been on my bucket list. Last week, I finally checked it off, spending three days in Vegas with hundreds of vendors – and thousands of attendees – most of whom I would label as ...
Chances are, if you feel a lack of opportunity in your current position – upward or laterally – you would likely consider other career opportunities outside your company. You may even pursue them.