Meghan M. Biro
Entrepreneur | CEO | Speaker | Author | HR and Tech Evangelist
Meghan M. Biro is a talent management leader, career strategist and digital media catalyst. As founder and CEO of
TalentCulture Consulting Group
, Meghan has worked with hundreds of companies -- from early-stage ventures to global brands like Microsoft, IBM and Google -- helping them recruit and empower stellar talent.
Unusual questions allow hiring managers to see how potential employees think on their feet.
HR titles are changing for the better. Soon you'll begin to see titles, such as "Chief Happiness Officer" and "Mood Coordinator."
The goal of every organization today should be ensuring they have a fully functioning and well-staffed data analytics program in place.
Though largely invisible to the C-Suite, employee churn can be a huge hit to the bottom line. Armed with data, HR managers can stem that tide and show their contribution to overall profitability.
From promoting a healthy lifestyle to enhancing workplace safety, there's a lot of potential for companies to see.
Remember, employees are your most valuable resource. Here's how to get the most out of a happy and productive workforce.
The youngest workers loathe pointlessly rigid schedules and veal-pen cubicles but are enchanted by flexibility and opportunity.
Here are a few of the key issues companies face when considering moving to more flex time and how to execute it in a way that keeps employees happy while emphasizing productivity.
You might not be able to pay as much as the big guys, but there are ways to acquire and keep the best candidates out there for your startup.
Consider that you'll need to 'date' your co-founder ahead of the actual wedding.
The online world is a crowded space for brands – all vying for your attention (and money). With some companies turning to a rewards program to gain trust, others are using their influence.
After it was revealed that Facebook was conducting research by manipulating users' emotions, the topic of trust is getting attention -- from both a personal and business standpoint
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With competition fierce, companies need to develop brands that instill these two things in its strategy.
For employee success to ensue, businesses need to motivate and encourage their team. But how should the go about it: recognition or compensation?
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