Category Archives: human resources

Fishing in HR and Business

I saw an article in the news yesterday that made me start thinking about some of the concepts in psychology that influence my behavior that I take for granted. I take them for granted because I know about them and … Continue reading

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Hiring for HR Excellence

This is a fairly hot-button topic for me, especially considering my field of expertise. The author of this article is right, HR people used to just be the people who handled payroll or on-boarding, but now HR is becoming a … Continue reading

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Ugh… Not a Test…

On to another PersonnelToday.com post. I like what they’ve done with the psychometrics theme. I’m a big psychometrics geek. I like statistics and math, but I really think that test construction and application is really fun. That’s why I really … Continue reading

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