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Sunday reading for April 06, 2014:

1. Sharlyn Lauby has a great post up on HR Bartender outlining a few things that any company looking to institute a holacracy might do well to remember. I’ve written before about holocracies and their potential pitfalls here, but I wanted to share this piece today because in it Lauby provides a road map for what successful implementation of a holocracy might look like. This is a solid read, and you should check it out here.

2. Washington Post Style writer Monica Hesse just published an article cataloging the hiring challenges being faced by a new egg-breaking plant based out of a small community in rural Ohio. The piece highlights a problem that many companies are trying to tackle today – finding qualified applicants willing to take good jobs located in less than attractive locations. As a former full-time recruiter that was tasked with filling good paying jobs in places few people wanted to live, I found this to be a fascinating read. On another level, I also think many a job seeker would do well to read this one for the lessons it yields about resume writing, the application process, and interviewing. You can read the full post here.

As always, please share your thoughts in the comments section below.