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    Preview - #HRHappyHour Episode 136 - 'What's on Your Mind?'

    HR Happy Hour - Episode 136- 'What's on Your Mind?'

    Sponsored by Aquire

    Thursday February 16, 2012 - 8PM ET

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    This week we are, in a moment of Linsanity, going all open mic, no specific or scheduled topics, no formal guests, just an open discussion about what is going on in your world. Yep, it is another HR Happy Hour 'Open Mic' night - even though I swore I'd never do another one...

    What's happening at work?

    Are you hiring? Finding it hard to locate the right talent?

    Are you going to any cool HR or Recruiting events in the next few months you want to talk about or promore?

    Are you on board with Linsanity?

    Did you watch the Dog Show? The Grammys? What do you think about the Oscars?

    Like I said, anything goes on the HR Happy Hour Show tonight, so all are encouraged to call in, to tweet, and to participate in the show.

    I think I have even roped special guests and long time friends of the show Lance Haun and Trish McFarlane to sit in as well.

    It should be a fun show and I hope you can join us!

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