Category Archives: Work Culture

Nisha Raghavan @TheHRbuddy is in the Job Market finally! #HireHRbuddy

Yes, You read it right! I am currently available in the job market and looking to getting back to a Full-time Corporate HR/Talent Acquisition role in the Dallas/Fort Worth area, TX. Finally

My Top 10 HR and Recruiting blog posts of the year 2014

I took a review of my last year’s blogs to assess and find out what worked and why. It is always great information to know how I can relate to my audience

Future of Work – Independent Workers

‘According to Intuit by 2020 40% of American Workers will be freelancers. Another study conducted by MBO partners found that today there are approximately 30 million independent workers and that by 2019

Snapchat and Instagram for Employer Branding

You know what will I do when I want to see some inside stories on Corporate culture! I will check @HRCultureclub on Instagram. Stephanie Krieg, Founder of HR Culture club has been

HR Tactics, Employer Branding and Candidate Experience

This week I had a great time guest hosting #Nextchat at The SHRM Blog @SHRMNextchat (the We Know Next website was renamed as The SHRM Blog). Check out The New SHRM Blog — New Look,

Promote a Culture of Health at Workplace

Flu…Flu…Flu shots….It is that time of the year again and I have been sick for the past week. I am relieved it is just a cold! But i hate the fact that

Culture fit, behavioral Interview and leadership with Jim Knight

Listen to my interview with Jim Knight, @Knightspeaker, Author of Culture That Rocks: How to Revolutionize Your Company’s Culture. William and I had a delightful conversation with him on the show yesterday. He

Andres Traslavina on Work Culture and Talent Acquisition Strategies at Whole Foods Market

My husband and I have always been loyal customers of Whole Food Market. We want to eat healthy and are great fans of locally sourced and organically produced foods.  For us Whole

It’s too expensive to trash later

‘It’s too expensive to trash later’ – says, Seth Godin in his book Linchpin where he illustrates Trashing as one of the roadblocks for not completing your targets or reason for not

Ship regularly – Take your Challenge

The only purpose of starting is to finish, and while the projects we do are never really finished, they must ship. Shipping means hitting the publish button on your blog, showing a