HRExaminer v8.09

In this week’s feature article, Mary Faulkner writes, “Once we accept that we are a peer to “the business” and have a voice in helping make the right decisions for OUR organization, we can start focusing on how to wield our real power and influence. If HR is so powerless, why do we get blamed for everything?


You may not know what they’re called but word vectors have transformed the Google search results you see every day. In the next two years word vectors will do the same thing for recruiting and HR. AI in HR: What Are Word Vectors And Why Do They Matter?


On episode 111 of HR Tech Weekly: Oracle HCM Cloud Summit, SAP court victory and data rights, Koch company invest $2 Billion in Infor, Irreconcilable Differences: eHarmony and Elevated Careers File for Divorce, and Uber CEO Travis Kalanick hires former Attorney General Eric Holder to probe allegations of sexism.


Will Staney is the founder of Proactive Talent Strategies and the former head of global talent acquisition at Twilio and Glassdoor. During his career as a recruiting leader, he developed a passion for building what he calls, “modern recruiting machines.” Listen to Will Staney on HRExaminer Radio - Executive Conversations.


On Episode 10 of HRx Big Ideas Radio, John Sumser talks about recruitment marketing scorecards with Chris Brablc, an industry expert in recruitment marketing and Director of Marketing at SmashFly Technologies. Learn more about Recruitment Marketing Scorecards.
 

Artificial Intelligence in HR

On March 2, 2017, in HR Technology, HRExaminer, Rob May, by Rob May
“Let’s say you couldn’t remember the capital of Belgium. You could ask the computer what it is by saying ‘I want Paris, but subtract France and add Belgium.’ The computer would return Brussels. Now imagine you could do that with employees. What if you could say ‘I want someone like my best engineer, but with more experience in management?’” – Rob May, CEO Talla
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HRExaminer v8.04

On January 27, 2017, in HR Technology, HRExaminer, Radio, Rob May, Weekly, by John Sumser
Rob May writes, “HR and AI have both been hyped as strategic assets that will change the future of work, but the reality of these promises never seems to arrive. Over the next three to ten years that may finally change.” How AI Will Change HR by 2020 (and Beyond).


Is the Future of Work People? While the industrial era expanded employment eventually, there was a pesky hundred years between the start of factories and the First World War. John Sumser has more in, The Future of Work Is People (and so is Soylent Green).


On episode 106 of HR Tech Weekly: Is Workday’s Wal-Mart Deal a Game Changer?, ADP Acquires The Marcus Buckingham Company to Expand Talent Portfolio, HR Consultants for Hire: ADP Now Offers Professional Services for Mid-sized Businesses, Microsoft is developing its own human capital management apps, and 21st Century Cures Act gives brokers huge edge in HR tech war.


Bryan Chaney is a global talent sourcing and attraction strategist. He’s worked at IBM, Twilio and currently leads employment brand for corporate recruitment at Indeed. Listen to HRExaminer Radio Executive Conversations with Bryan Chaney.


On Episode 5 of HRx Big Ideas Radio, John Sumser and Josh Wright, the Chief Economist at iCIMS, peek over the horizon with jobs data. Listen to Josh Wright, the Chief Economist at iCIMS.
 

AI in HR:  What Are Word Vectors And Why Do They Matter?

On July 18, 2016, in HR Technology, HRExaminer, Rob May, by Rob May
“Let’s say you couldn’t remember the capital of Belgium. You could ask the computer what it is by saying ‘I want Paris, but subtract France and add Belgium.’ The computer would return Brussels. Now imagine you could do that with employees. What if you could say ‘I want someone like my best engineer, but with more experience in management?’” – Rob May, CEO Talla
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