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#6things: Deckhands, Debt and Bad Glassdoor Reviews

By Maren Hogan:

That’s Funny Right There

(via Chad Sowash – @Chad_Sowash)

Give it up for #HRvoices like @Chad_Sowash who tell it like it is. Read more in this week's @RedBranch #6Things: Click To Tweet

If a CareerBuilder Falls in the Forest…

But what’s WORSE, is when you literally have hardly any NON HR and Recruiter friends and you virtually nothing about the CB Outage…


Find out what it means to me!

(via Andrew Gadomski)

What do #employees and #candidates want most? As told by @AndrewGadomski Click To Tweet

It takes some serious cojones, I will tell you that

If it seems like just yesterday, Facebook CEO was apologizing for leaking all the data and effing over the American experiment, that’s because it was. Today, they are rolling out a series of new integrations for Workplace, the enterprise version of the Facebook platform, that aim to make it more than just a collaboration and communications tool.

For serious?!?!

You can’t wait four and a half minutes for the outrage to subside? No, they don’t need to. We all have the memories of drunk snails. Watch out idiotic startups that are basically email. (ZDNet)

Is everything on the leader…or is NOTHING on the leader?

(via William Tincup)

Most people seem to think one or the other. Case in point? Kris Dunn recently busted out a video where Gary Vaynerchuk (who I have totally met in OMAHA BTW) was answering a valid question, which was: Why are there so many negative Glassdoor reviews of your company (and you) online?

@kris_dunn recently busted out a video asking @garyvee about negative #Glassdoor reviews. Is it on the leader or not? Read this: Click To Tweet

That sound you hear is 10,000 employer brand experts scooting forward in their chairs to see how the other 9,999 EB pros feel about this. I love it. (The HR Capitalist)

HRTech feels big…but it’s not really YET

This article was shared by Josh Akers and I thought it was going to be more about matching skills, but in fact, it’s a deep dive into just how big HRTech is, where it’s going and who’s tracking it. Also, for an industry that services most of the folks who say “our differentiator is our people” we have like a quarter of CRM market share. Bottom line, people still aren’t spending THAT much money in HRTech. But that’s okay, because it’s trending upward. We just can’t shake that cost-center rep. (TechCrunch)

We all want to think #HRTech feels big, but this article shared by @jdakers says it's actually not... yet. Read this: Click To Tweet