Top 5 #Workplace Blogs of the Week

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Each week Blogging4Jobs brings you the Top 5 Blogs in the #Workplace. These blogs come from all across the internet and highlight important topics being discussed in the space. We serve as your weekly recap of top blogs that we’ve read throughout the week. If we’ve missed any, let us know.


Culture…You Can’t Fake It by Robin Schooling: Career sites with stock photos, a counterfeit value proposition, and your overall goal is to not get more applicants. Having an authentic company culture isn’t something you can fake. Read More.

5 Reasons you SHOULD Take the Interview by Will Thomson: Has another opportunity come up and your afraid to just take the interview and see what else is out there? Will Thomson gives 5 good reasons why you shouldn’t be afraid to just take the interview — what’s the worst that could happen?  Read More.

Are you Smarter Than a Wal-Mart HR Manager by Evil HR Lady: I’m not going to even spoil this one because the title should make you want to clickthrough yourself. It’s hilarious and is probably my favorite of the week.  Read More.

Half Empty or Half Full? 3 Tips to Keep it Full by Kristin Kaufman: This blog reminded me of all the terrible and negative political ads happening in Colorado right now. Make sure to keep your daily and personal life half full. Read More.
Ask the HR Manager: One of my favorite blogs is “Ask the Manager.” Five stories were in this week’s rendition of the blog, very good reason for random and weird HR questions.  Read More.


703 Million… And You’re Ignoring Mobile & Facebook Recruiting?: Facebook is pretty big. Is your company still afraid of mobile and Facebook recruiting? If so, you’re not doing your job to the fullest extent. Read more

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