Ban the Box. Whether you agree or disagree with the concept, one thing we all can agree on is that this movement requires our attention in our organization’s hiring practices. Depending on the states in which an organization hires individuals, “Ban the Box” takes a heightened level of importance since states and cities throughout the […]
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
Due to the velocity of business, companies need to be up-to-date on the latest industry news to remain competitive. Perhaps more importantly, businesses are also required to stay abreast of changes in legislation. Legal changes that apply to the state, country, or other specific regulations for the company can seem overwhelming. Legislation is progressive and […]
Take a look at the team you are leading. How are they performing? I am sure you have a rough idea of who is meeting performance expectations, exceeding them, and–sadly–not quite meeting them. But do these team members know how you view their performance? If you only “think” they know, then it is time to […]
The month of August seems to bring new life, and especially after our seemingly endless Permafrost due to the Polar Vortex, new life is beyond welcome. The month of May also brings a new round of college graduates ready to bring new life to the workforce after years of educational development and preparation. If you’ve graduated […]
Each day, you’re in a fast-paced race against your competitors to try to fill vacant positions with qualified candidates who fit well within your organization. Specialty positions with sought after key skill sets can be especially hard to fill. Job seekers often use job aggregator sites (often called spider boards that pull job listings from […]
Social media. What do you envision when you hear those words? Do you immediately think of a 13 year old who is posting pictures from last weekend’s party or replying to someone’s comments about March Madness? Sometimes social media can invoke a negative connotation due to perceptions of people wasting time, situations of cyberbullying (at […]
It is not uncommon to hear the words “skills gap” repeatedly mentioned by hiring managers when discussing why positions are vacant and how to win the search for the Holy Grail (AKA–the perfectly fitting candidates to fill those vacant positions). There is great debate on what exactly comprises a “skills gap” and why positions stay […]
Veterans. Men and women who proudly serve our country and sacrifice for the freedoms in which we hold dearly. Once these brave individuals complete their overseas or domestic service, often they return to the United States to seek employment in the full-time or part-time capacity. With plans to reduce the number of soldiers deployed overseas […]
How many times have you caught yourself saying, “If only I had more time…” If you had an extra hour, two hours, a full day or whatever the amount of time, how would you spend it? In the world of Human Resources, it is not difficult to feel as if one’s wheels are spinning during […]