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Duck book, first retail run Shea Gunther
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Shea Gunther had big job to do— filter through 900 email applications for the new position he was hiring for. While wading through the mountain of applicants, he started noticing the same mistakes pop up over and over again in the applications. So he started writing those mistakes down. When he was done, he had a list of 42 suggestions of how to better apply for a job over email. He sent the list to all 900 applicants just after breakfast. By that evening, he was the top story on the snarky gossip blog Gawker with hundreds of comments screaming about how he was either the world’s biggest asshole or just a guy who gave some pretty damn good advice. The story blew up on Twitter an ...
Let Go of Bad Apples Sandra Davis
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Morra Gary C. Fustino Fustino Brothers
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Size: 8.25" x 6"
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ISBN: 9781637904305
About the book: Morra was known to the ancient Romans and is popular around the world. In the Bible, it may have been referred to as “casting lots.” In ancient Rome, it was called Micatio, and playing it was referred to as micare digitis; literally, “to flash with the fingers.” As time passed, the name became morra, a corruption of the verb micare. The game was so common in ancient Rome that there was a proverb used to denote an honest person which made reference to it: dignus est quicum in tenebris mices, literally, “he is a worthy man with whom you could play micatio in the dark.” Micatio became so common that it came to be used to settle disputes over the sale of merchandise in the Ro ...
The Veteran Hiring Leader's Handbook Peter Gudmundsson
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If you are reading this handbook, chances are you have just been assigned to some aspect of your company’s veteran hiring initiative. No doubt, you have many other responsibilities that demand your time in other aspects of talent acquisition – general operations, diversity and inclusion, regulatory compliance, or general human resources. You may or may not have served yourself or known someone well who is a veteran. You have questions. The good news is that this handbook has your answers. Employers have a chance to get veteran hiring right from the start. There is a better way to hire, and the business sectors need to lead by example. This manual will illustrate just a few of the man ...