The United States Supreme Court recently held that a church can fire a teacher / minister for her disability. What you should know about religious entities and discrimination laws.
The Online Influence Edition ~ HR Examiner Weekly v3.01 January 7, 2012 If it Doesn’t Matter, It’s Not Influence by Heather Bussing I’m not drinking the algorithmic Kool-Aid of influence measurement. Influence is not something that can be accurately measured based on counting digital breadcrumbs on the internet. Read Now » Defining Influence 2012Defining influence [...]
Companies should embrace network-supported informal learning because it works better, not because it reduces labor costs. People learn more efficiently at the time of need, in the context of work, from people in the know and through virtual conversation.
I’m not drinking the algorithmic Kool-Aid of influence measurement. Influence is not something that can be accurately measured based on counting digital breadcrumbs on the internet.
Editorial Advisory Board members weighed in on the books that influenced them in 2011. Here are the picks from Rusty Rueff, Dr. Todd Dewitt, William Uranga and Neil McCormick.
Recruiting is Local II Local Recruiting doesn’t mean narrowing your search. It means starting locally and working up. It means connecting with half of U.S. workers. It’s where small and growth and tech and innovate and patent and yes hang out. Read Now » What’s in your Talent Management Technology Portfolio? by Ed Newman Talent [...]
Ed Newman on Talent Management: I remember thinking that as the market matured, some day it would all be crystal clear. But as you walk through the exhibit hall of any HR conference, it is just as confusing as ever.
The Acquisition Spree 1 (SuccessFactors) I’ve spent some time at the SuccessFactors offices in Silicon Valley. Not enough to be a citizen, more like the number of times you use your museum membership. It’s one of the most intriguing cultures I’ve ever run across. Read Now » Whale Eats Fish (Acquisition Spree Series) The [...]