Recruiting in the Digital Age: Putting Big Data to Work for You
By Ann Carlsen, Founder and CEO, Carlsen Resources Inc.

Every day, we create 2.5 quintillion bytes of data – so much that 90% of the data in the world today has been created in the last two years alone, according to IBM. Ann discusses how to make the overwhelming amount of data work to your advantage. [full article]

 

 



We Need Your Nominations for the Excellence in HR Awards

The purpose of CTHRA’s awards program is to shine the light on outstanding achievements within our membership community, but we need your help identifying those deserving of the recognition. We are accepting nominations for the Team Innovator of the Year and the Aspiring Leader awards now through June 1. [full article]

 

 

 

Veterans Institute: Heroes Work Here Workshop Set For July 13

Mission Media and The Walt Disney Company will present a Heroes Work Here Workshop on Wednesday, July 13, 2016 in Washington, D.C. The industry-specific event is sponsored by CTHRA and the NCTA and will focus on how to target, recruit, engage, develop and retain military veterans in the cable and entertainment industry. 
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CTHRA Member Applause

Caroline Aspenson
joins the Comcast executive team in Houston, as VP of HR. In this role, she will oversee all aspects of HR for Comcast’s 2,500 employees in the Houston region. Aspenson has been with Comcast for 16 years, working in its Twin Cities and corporate headquarters of Philadelphia offices. Congratulations, Caroline!

Angela Santone was promoted to EVP and Global Chief Human Resources Officer for Turner Broadcasting System. She was named SVP and Chief HR Officer in June 2013. Santone will report to John Martin, Chairman and CEO. Congratulations, Angela!

Philly Biz has named CTHRA member Grace Killelea, CEO & Founder of Half the Sky Leadership, to its Women to Watch list. When asked by the publication, “What advice would you give to young women entering the business arena today?” Grace replied, “My advice for these young women is: Show Up. Suit up. Speak Up. Stop apologizing. Start where you are. We have to show up with a voice. Stop seeking perfection and let progress be your guide. Decisiveness matters so over-thinking is not your friend.”


 

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