According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics, the unemployment rate is less than 4%, a near record low that indicates various strengths in the economy. For employers, economic strength is beneficial as it tends to signal increased sales and services sought by consumers; however, it also means a highly competitive labor market with heightened challenges […]
About Nancy Meyer
Nancy Dauby Meyer joined ExactHire in September 2013 as a Client Services Associate. Nancy is here to help ExactHire clients by providing ongoing product and technical support for ExactHire’s applicant tracking system software and onboarding software. She helps customize software portals and implement key tasks to meet clients’ HR needs and exceed their expectations. In addition, Nancy will conduct training sessions with clients to help them maximize their knowledge and empower them to use HireCentric and Onboarding Central to boost the clients’ resources and productivity. At ExactHire, exceptional customer service from the team is a standard genuinely emphasized!
Prior to joining ExactHire, Nancy was Lead Healthcare Career Advisor for St. Vincent Health, and before moving to Indianapolis in 2010, she was employed in an administrative role at the University of Southern Indiana in Evansville, Indiana. Nancy also teaches technology to adults, and she is a licensed K-12 technology educator. Nancy has her Master of Public Administration and Bachelor of Science degrees from the University of Southern Indiana. She is a Six Sigma Green Belt through Purdue University and is a DDI certified facilitator. Nancy is an experienced corporate trainer on various human resources, soft skills and higher education topics and has been a presenter for those areas at local, state and regional conferences.
With Nancy’s technology expertise and facilitation skills, she has the technical knowledge and communication skills to effectively advise you, the client, with the best options for your organization. In her spare time, Nancy enjoys spending time with her husband and their families and friends. She enjoys photography, running and Colts football along with reading and learning about new concepts.
Entries by Nancy Meyer
June 10, 1963. Think back to that day and what you may have been doing. While some of us have that day impacted in memory, some of us were not yet born. On that day, the United States government passed some of its first anti-discrimination laws that addressed discrimination in pay due to gender–the Equal […]
Less than 75 days until the new year! 2018 will be here quickly along with new legislation that directly impacts our daily employment processes. One key piece of legislation that will impact the hiring processes for many HR professionals is the passage of California AB 1008 on October 14, 2017. This legislation is also called […]
When an HR team is seeking the golden candidate for a vacant position that desperately needs to be filled, it is important that the employment application contains all the necessary items. These items will determine if the applicant is initially a good fit for the organization and should progress to next stages of the hiring process. […]
It’s a big day–Eclipse Day! If you were lucky enough to score legit eclipse glasses to view this celestial event, congrats! By the time you read this blog, the big event will be over, and we will be back to everyday life as we previously knew it. Not only did eclipse glasses make cardboard […]
On April 27, 2017, Governor Eric Holcomb signed Senate Bill 312 (now PL 210-2017) into Indiana law, which will become effective July 1, 2017. This legislation aims to assist employers who hire within Indiana to have more consistency in the hiring process. Currently, employers must adapt to city, county, municipal and township ordinances that vary […]
A colleague asked a thought provoking question the other day…Do companies address social media in hiring, and if so, how? Good question. In a world where the hiring process is meant to be black and white in order to make an effective hiring decision based on an applicant’s professional experience, how do employers address a […]
Out with the old and in with the new…New Year that is. 2017 is rapidly approaching and will bring many changes to us and our country. Personal resolutions for positive change and the inauguration of a new President are two “New Year 2017” life changing events that immediately pop into mind. For individuals with a […]
Useful Employment Application Guidelines Whether the positions an organization is seeking to fill are temporary or permanent, it is important for Human Resources representatives to reflect on the content included in their organization’s employment application(s) to determine if the content is within the scope of fair hiring practices. In this blog, I’ll identify a few […]