HRExaminer v8.21

What entitles us to correctly call an evaluation of Human Resources an “HR Audit?” Dr. Chris Andrews explains the Fundamental Issues with HR Auditing.


McKinsey & Company encourages companies to look ahead of the curve on performance management and see where real progress can be made. Anna Johansson has more in, The New Way to Carry Out Performance Management.


On episode 122 of HR Tech Weekly: John and Stacey cover Google for Jobs, Workday and ultimateHCM updates, and the latest news from ServiceNow.


John Sumser talks with Imo Udom, the co-founder and CEO of WePow, a leader in video interviewing and talent selection. Listen to Imo Udom on HRExaminer Radio - Executive Conversations.


On Episode 21 of HRx Big Ideas Radio, John Sumser talks with Laurie Ruettimann about the real world of HR. Laurie is a former Human Resources leader turned influential speaker, writer, and entrepreneur. Listen to Laurie Ruettimann on Big Ideas Radio.
 

Fundamental Issues with HR Auditing

On May 22, 2017, in Dr. Chris Andrews, HRExaminer, by Dr. Chris Andrews
“If you are conducting an HR Audit, it should be clearly recognizable as such to an auditing professional. If you are conducting an HR Management Review, then don’t make the mistake of calling it an audit.” Dr. Chris Andrews
 

HRExaminer v7.43

On November 4, 2016, in Dr. Chris Andrews, HR Technology, HRExaminer, Radio, Weekly, by John Sumser
Earlier this week, John Sumser spent a day in the iCIMS headquarters in Matawan, New Jersey. iCIMS is the leading independent Applicant Tracking System (ATS). The company nimbly navigates the minefields strewn with recruiting tools from Oracle, SAP, IBM, and Workday. If it weren’t for the disciplined tech team and 700 person workforce, you might mistake them for a smaller operation. Over 17 years iCIMS has grown at 30% a year and today are at an inflection point. Read, iCIMS in Perspective.

Do you support standards or do you come from the flexibility perspective? Dr. Chris Andrews from Bond University in Australia pits the two sides against each other in a grudge match. Why have HR Standards?

On Episode 94 of HR Tech Weekly: Amazon’s AWS Educate, HR Tech World Congress, Josh Bersin receives HR lifetime achievement award, What We Know About Friday’s Massive East Coast Internet Outage, Microsoft Shares Soar to Record on Earnings Boost From Cloud, Information security spending to top $101 billion by 2020, and Changing HR : AI At Work.

Mike Psenka is the founder and CEO of Moovila. He founded eThority and served as the CEO and President until a successful acquisition by Equifax. He graduated from Princeton University with a degree in Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering and holds multiple technology patents. Mike Psenka is on HRExaminer Radio.

Imo Udom is the co-founder and CEO of WePow, a leader in video interviewing and talent selection. Earlier in his career, he was the co-founder and COO of Ovia and a missile system engineer at Lockheed Martin, where he started his career as a program coordinator. He hails from London, lives in San Francisco, and holds engineering degrees from UPenn. Imo Udom is on HRExaminer Radio.
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Why have HR Standards?

On October 31, 2016, in Dr. Chris Andrews, Editorial Advisory Board, HRExaminer, by Dr. Chris Andrews
Do you support Standards or do you come from the Flexibility perspective? Dr. Chris Andrews pits the two sides against each other in a grudge match. Dr. Chris Andrews is the Directory of Human Resources for an Australian private university, Bond University. Dr. Andrews also runs HR Standards www.hrstandards.com.au and HR Auditing www.hrauditing.com.au.
 
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