Perhaps you’ve had this happen to you: a candidate spends many hours convincing you that they are dependable, reliable, and exactly what you are looking for, and then leaves you and your organization high and dry when you offer them the position. This is reneging, and we must understand why it happens in order to prevent it and respond appropriately.
Angie Redmon, SHRM-SCP, PHR
Angie has invested more than two decades learning what makes good companies great, and it always comes back to the same thing: Companies who care about their people as much as they care about their bottom line are more likely to recruit and retain outstanding employees. Now she’s on a mission to help develop HR professionals through coaching and cultivating strong workplace cultures.
What words of advice and encouragement would you give to someone just starting out in HR?
As you enter your career in HR, network with others early and often. Through networking, you can connect with others in various industries to learn from them, seek a mentor to help you continuously grow and develop, and keep a pulse on what is going on not only in your industry but in the profession of HR.