1. HR shall not be intimidated by IT folk who talk in big, scary words.
2. HR shall not let their software lead them, but shall lead the software to help meet their goals.
3. HR shall not collect a bunch of superflous information from applicants via an online application, just because they can.
4. HR shall not allow their marketing department to place the link to the career section anywhere but on the home page of the brand web site.
5. HR shall not let resumes slip into the infamous black hole, but rather should get to know their ATS and use it.
6. HR shall not buy any software without first understanding why they need it.
7. HR shall not assume that the software companies with the biggest marketing budgets have the best software for their needs.
8. HR shall understand and walk through their hiring process as an applicant from beginning to end at least once a year.
9. HR shall not waste their applicants’ nor their recruiters’ time with extraneous information gathering and unncessary form validation.
10. HR should keep asking questions of technology experts until they gain the understanding they want and need.