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Category Archives: OB/HR Issues
On this episode of Marriott MBA Today, we turn the tables on Nathan Tanner and put him in the interviewee’s chair. He describes the process for writing his new book, Not Your Parents’ Workplace: Critical Lessons for Interns and Young … Continue reading
Ethan Lindstrom shares stories from his international HR trip to Mexico with Honeywell, what happened when they got pulled over by the police, and why you should take the the International HR class.
Lance Briggs joins Marriott MBA Today to discuss his consulting internship with PwC. Learn how he landed the internship, the projects he worked on and his summer in New York.
Andrew shares his experience at Honeywell, including the projects he works on and what Honeywell looks for when hiring interns.
Zack Oates, 2nd year MBA student, reflects on his experience as a recruiter and explains how many recruiters will make up their mind about a candidate before they even sit down to talk. Zack shares his tips for making a … Continue reading
Peter Madsen joins Marriott MBA Today to discuss his background and his new role as the Strategic HR Management professor in the first year core.
Marriott MBA Today sits down with Chase Weed, the new president of OBSA (Organizational Behavior Student Association). He shares his path to HR, the legacy of the OB/HR track, and why incoming students should consider going into HR.
Shawn Hallam shares insights into the GE internship selection process, his work on talent development at GE Healthcare, and his experience living in Milwaukee this summer. If you have interest in one of the world’s largest companies, or in GE’s … Continue reading
Jerry Ding was able to work this summer in Cincinnati, Ohio, for Procter & Gamble, one of the most established and successful consumer packaged goods (CPG) companies in the world. P&G has a very well respected human resource program, and … Continue reading
Marlenne Hernandez, a student from Mexico, shares her experience on her HR internship at Johnson & Johnson, traveling to her home country as part of her project and enjoying a great summertime in Miami.