Kanya Hubbard

Dr. Kanya D. Hubbard is owner and operator of Dee Jones, Inc. She holds a bachelor's degree in business administration from Miller-Motte College and a doctorate in theology from Universal Life Church. She holds several certifications and licenses and has several years of experience in recruiting, staffing, human resources, the medical field, business, and education. Kanya is dedicated to helping people meet their business and recruiting needs by delivering workforce solutions and integrated services and helping clients get work done more efficiently without compromising quality.

Inside Recruiting January 20, 2021
Gone Virtual: What HR Pros and Recruiters Really Need to Do to Succeed in a Remote Environment

HR and recruiting have changed so much because of the pandemic. Perhaps the biggest change of all is that everything has gone virtual. HR and recruiting, as fields, have always been conducive to virtual work environments, but the COVID-19 pandemic made this virtual work the norm instead of a nice perk. Like professionals across a variety of verticals, many HR and talent acquisition pros...

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Inside Recruiting August 31, 2020
Effective RPO Needs Relevant KPIs — Are You Tracking the Right Metrics?

The COVID-19 crisis has forced many companies to lay off large swaths of their workforces, thanks to shutdown mandates and the accompanying economic downturn. But this state of affairs will not last forever, and when business begins to pick up again, these organizations will need to scale their workforces up to fill those talent gaps. If you're in this situation, you may think you can just...

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Inside Recruiting June 29, 2020
In the Transition From Candidate to Employee, Collaboration Is Key

Every candidate on the job market is looking for the perfect position — and that's harder than it sounds. Looking for a job is a full-time job of its own. Job seekers head into the market every single day to ensure they'll get the role they truly desire. Even though it's a very tiring and time-consuming process, candidates put up with it because they know they will be rewarded in the...

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Inside Recruiting May 11, 2020
How to Cross-Train Every Employee — and Why You Should

Upskilling and reskilling have been hot topics in HR and recruiting recently. There is a common conception that rapid technological transformation will soon force organizations across every industry to focus on retraining employees to develop high-tech and scientific skills to stay afloat. In my opinion, however, that's not necessarily the case. It really depends on the specific company...

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Inside Recruiting April 22, 2020
Turnover Can't Be Stopped — But You Can Learn to Manage It Better

Retention is always a top priority for any good recruiter, HR leader, or talent management professional. Even before a hire is made, recruiters are thinking about what it will take to not only get a candidate to accept a job, but also to get that candidate to stick around for the long haul. However, even if you hire the right people who will fit in and thrive, offer a robust pay and...

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Inside Recruiting February 17, 2020
More Than a Catchphrase: Why Ethical Recruiting Matters

What are ethics? According to one common definition, they are "moral principles that govern a person's behavior or the conducting of an activity." In this light, we can understand ethics to be a way of governing yourself properly. To be ethical, then, you need to be mindful of how you conduct yourself at all times. That leads me to another common definition of ethics: "the branch of...

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