HRExaminer v8.31

On August 4, 2017, in Editorial Advisory Board, HR Technology, HRExaminer, Paul Hebert, Radio, Weekly, by John Sumser
John Sumser Kicks Off a Series on Culture this week. John Writes, “Culture Is the Aggregate of the Experience of All Stakeholders. The Largest Single Element, by Far, Is Employee Experience.” Read, Culture? 1.


Paul Hebert Is Sure to Get You Thinking in His Article, Employee Engagement is About Making Things Harder for Employees, Not Easier.


John Sumser Went to School at The MIT Media Lab and Shares His Class Notes In, People Analytics: MIT July 24, 2017.


There Is No Shortage of Forgettable Email Solicitations From HR and Recruiting Vendors. John Sumser Explains How the Best Ones Don’t Try to Sell You Anything at All. Read, How To Do It.


HRIntelligencer 1.10 Highlights: When Will Automation Reach Your Industry?, How to Understand Machine Learning Adoption in the Enterprise, What Tomorrow’s Business Leaders Need to Know About Machine Learning, Who Earns the Most in the Gig Economy?, Plus More.


On Episode 132 of HR Tech Weekly: John Sumser’s New Report on Artificial Intelligence, Stacey Harris Appointed to IHIRM Board, SyncHR Get $16 Million in Funding Led by NEA, Efficient Forms Announces Partnership With AltaLink Capital, and Facebook’s Plan to Convince Businesses Workplace Beats Slack and Microsoft Teams.


John Sumser talks with Eileen Clegg, A Visual Journalist and Founder of the Company, Visual Insight. She Is Known for Her Visual Facilitation of Human Interactions, and for Her History Timeline Murals. Listen to HRExaminer Radio - Executive Conversations.


On Episode 26 of HRx Big Ideas Radio, John Sumser Talks With Dr. Dale A. Masi, Professor Emeritus at the University of Maryland. Dr. Masi Is the Author of Fifteen Books and More Than Seventy Articles Dealing With EAPs, Evaluation, and Various Mental Health Issues. Listen to Big Ideas Radio.
 

Employee Engagement is About Making Things Harder for Employees, Not Easier

On July 31, 2017, in Editorial Advisory Board, HRExaminer, Paul Hebert, by Paul Hebert
“I think back to things I’ve been “engaged” with in the past they were always things I’d made an investment in - either in time or money. My investment increased my engagement.” - Paul Hebert
 

HRExaminer v8.10

On March 10, 2017, in Editorial Advisory Board, HR Technology, HRExaminer, Paul Hebert, Radio, Weekly, by John Sumser
Paul Hebert writes, “We live in a world of speed. First movers are lauded. Faster internet is better. Faster computers, faster phones, faster updates. Faster. Faster. Faster. We are obsessed with speed. And I think it is killing our ability to get things done.” Read, HR and The Red Queen’s Race.


John Sumser is searching for work that describes all of the facets of the employee-company relationship. Without an overall picture, how can you tell what’s important? What’s the Model?


On episode 112 of HR Tech Weekly: Amazon outage is breaking the internet, Saba Software Announces Agreement to Acquire Halogen Software, SAP Q1 Updates, Cybersecurity Skills Gap To Widen To A Massive 1.8 Million Worker Shortfall By 2022, Yahoo CEO Marissa Mayer gives up bonuses following security breaches, and news from Uber’s CEO and SVP of engineering.


Craig Fisher leads employer branding at CA Technologies. His digital branding methods have been adopted as best practices by companies like Linkedin, Zappos, YUM! Brands, and Hootsuite. Craig created the first Twitter chat for recruiters, and partnered in the first Linkedin certified training company in North America. Listen to Craig Fisher on HRExaminer Radio - Executive Conversations.


On Episode 11 of HRx Big Ideas Radio, John Sumser talks with Ben Waber about people analytics. Ben is recognized worldwide as an expert in people analytics, collaboration, and wearable technology. He is the leader of Humanyze, a behavioral analytics company that uses wearable sensing technology. Ben is also a visiting scientist at the MIT Media Lab, where he received his PhD. Learn more about People Analytics with Ben Waber.
 

HR and The Red Queen’s Race

On March 6, 2017, in HRExaminer, Paul Hebert, by Paul Hebert
We are obsessed with speed. And I think it is killing our ability to get things done. Don’t get me wrong. We do get things done. But I think we get things done “less well.” -Paul Hebert
 

HRExaminer v7.05

On February 5, 2016, in Editorial Advisory Board, HRExaminer, Lisa Rokusek, Paul Hebert, Radio, Weekly, by John Sumser
Is engagement an employee decision or a company program? In this week’s feature article, Paul Hebert asks: Is The Whole Employee Engagement Industry Based on a False Premise?

Lisa Rokusek joins The HRExaminer Editorial Advisory Board with a different viewpoint on how Engagement is Everything in Recruiting.

On Episode 55 of HR Tech Weekly this week: SAP - SuccessFactors Passes 1,000 Employee Central Customer Milestone, Large companies will hire Chief Data Officer by 2019, Mattress Firm to Host National Career Day in 40 Cities, Internet Of Things (IoT) Predictions From Forrester.

Listen to Episode 135 of HR Examiner Radio, as John Sumser speaks with Kaila Prins, Content Marketing Manager at RiseSmart.

Join host John Sumser as he speaks with Linda Brenner and Tom McGuire, Co-Authors of Talent Valuation, on Episode 136 of HR Examiner Radio.


 

Is The Whole Employee Engagement Industry Based on a False Premise?

On January 26, 2016, in Analytics, Editorial Advisory Board, Engagement, HRExaminer, Paul Hebert, by Paul Hebert
Isn’t engagement an employee decision – not a company program? I know that sounds simplistic but it is the one thing I see ignored in many engagement initiatives. – Paul Hebert
 

HRExaminer v6.46

This week we’re presenting a comprehensive view of employee engagement. We have a panel comprised of six HRExaminer Editorial Advisory Board Contributors with strong voices, good ideas, and unique perspectives. The six articles on employee engagement are published in two parts. Part one features Cathy Missildine, Jason Lauritsen, and Paul Hebert. Part two has articles from Dr. David Kippen, Heather Bussing, and Dr. Tomas Chamorro-Premuzic. Start here »

This week on HR Tech Weekly: Workday Expands ADP Partnership, Mercer invests in Pymetrics, ADP announces expansion of GlobalView, and GuideSpark offers complimentary 1095-C Offering. Listen to Episode 48 of HR Tech Weekly.

In Episode 128 of HR Examiner Radio, John Sumser speaks with Lori Sylvia, the Chief Marketing Officer at Smashfly.



 

The Employee Engagement Panel – Missildine, Lauritsen, Hebert

On December 8, 2015, in Editorial Advisory Board, Engagement, HRExaminer, Jason Lauritsen, Paul Hebert, by John Sumser
We’re running a two-day panel here at HRExaminer where we explore employee engagement. Our panel is comprised of six HRExaminer Editorial Advisory Board Contributors with strong voices, good ideas, and unique perspectives. Today’s panel includes Cathy Missildine, Jason Lauritsen, and Paul Hebert.
 

HRExaminer v6.42

On November 6, 2015, in Bob Corlett, Editorial Advisory Board, HRExaminer, Paul Hebert, Radio, Weekly, by John Sumser
You’ve heard the old saw, What Gets Measured Gets Done. Paul Hebert contends that low employee engagement numbers have a lot to do with how we measure managers on everything except engagement.

Bob Corlett explains how hiring is like a tango dance competition, except in the competition you are a contestant, not the judge. Read, Hiring is a Tango.

Achievers, the Canadian company that pioneered the socialization of recognition programs has its sights set on lofty targets. John Sumser shares his experiences from the ACE: Achievers Customer Experience Conference.

Listen to Episode 44 of HR Tech Weekly. In this episode: HR Tech Transformations, Oracle Open World, HR Tech World Congress, SAP reaches 1,000 HCM customers in EMEA, Cloudify payroll solution, REI to close stores on Black Friday, and developments in SCORM. Listen to Episode 44 of HR Tech Weekly.

In Episode 122 of HR Examiner Radio, John Sumser speaks with Jayson Saba, Vice President of Market Strategy at Ceridian.



 

What Gets Measured Gets Done

One of the biggest issues with how we manage and engage our employees is the fact that we measure managers on everything except engagement.
 
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