Meghan M. Biro

About Meghan M. Biro

Meghan Biro is talent management and HR tech brand strategist, analyst, digital catalyst, author and speaker. I am the founder and CEO of TalentCulture and host of the #WorkTrends live podcast and Twitter Chat. Over my career, I have worked with early-stage ventures and global brands like Microsoft, IBM and Google, helping them recruit and empower stellar talent. I have been a guest on numerous radio shows and online forums, and has been a featured speaker at global conferences. I am the co-author of The Character-Based Leader: Instigating a Revolution of Leadership One Person at a Time, and a regular contributor at Forbes, Huffington Post, Entrepreneur and several other media outlets. I also serve on advisory boards for leading HR and technology brands.

Why Job Interviews Are Not Foolproof

21-Apr-2017 | Meghan M. Biro

Here’s the reality of hiring today: Work itself is undergoing rapid changes, shifting to a new kind of workscape that’s digital, global, diverse, leans on automation, and functions across multiple

How Assessments Create Successful Manufacturing Hires

12-Apr-2017 | Meghan M. Biro

Want to make the right manufacturing hires? A 2016 MRI Network survey on recruiting found that 80% of all hires are mistakes that cost companies time and money. In manufacturing, according to research

The State Of Candidate Experience

21-Mar-2017 | Meghan M. Biro

Every year, Talent Board, the nonprofit organization dedicated to best practices in recruiting, compiles a research report on the candidate experience (CandE) in North America. This year, 240 companie

January 2017 Jobs Report: What It Means For Recruiters

2-Mar-2017 | Meghan M. Biro

The Bureau of Labor Statistics just published its much-anticipated January 2017 Jobs Report. While most news outlets focused on the highlights—227,000 new jobs were added in January, and unemploymen

5 Ways To Make Performance Management Human Again

27-Feb-2017 | Meghan M. Biro

It takes a new approach to manage a new workforce — or more accurately, to engage a new workforce. Today’s workforce comprises no less than five generations and reflects a culture in which a sense

How To Create A Social Media Advocacy Program

10-Feb-2017 | Meghan M. Biro

Word-of-mouth marketing is nothing new. But today’s technology gives brands ways to accomplish it more efficiently by marshaling their internal teams to act as social media advocates. According to r

Make 2017 The Year To Get Serious About Mentoring

2-Feb-2017 | Meghan M. Biro

This year’s Oscar nominations include Moonlight, nominated for eight different awards including best director, marking the first time an African-American man has been nominated for the category. Its

Five Powerful HR Resolutions To Implement In 2017

26-Jan-2017 | Meghan M. Biro

It’s the first month of a new year, and you know what that means—time to get moving on those resolutions and goals for the new year. Setting goals in the corporate world isn’t just an individual

Employer Brand Vs. Consumer Brand: What’s The Difference?

6-Jan-2017 | Meghan M. Biro

Branding has been a buzzword for a while now—a hot one—but employer branding as a concept? That’s still relatively new. Many companies know they should be doing more of it to recruit talent and

HR, employee engagement, workplace culture, benefits, retention

New Employee Benefits That Could Be Your Secret Weapon

5-Jan-2017 | Meghan M. Biro

Healthcare and 401(k)? Boring. Today’s employees crave benefits that are as innovative as they are. Providing the perks employees really want – in addition to the medical coverage they need, of