HR Tech Weekly: Episode #130: Stacey Harris and John Sumser

On July 21, 2017, in HR Tech Weekly, HRExaminer, HRExaminer Radio, Radio, by John Sumser
This week: Google rolls out HR software, New Funding for Lever and Workato, Mercer invests in PayScale, New Partnerships for Infor Partners and ADP and also BambooHR and PlanSource, and Talent Board Announces Survale to Power Candidate Experience Research Program.
 

Ex Uno Plures. Out of One, Many

On July 20, 2017, in HRExaminer, by John Sumser
“Ex Uno Plures means ‘out of one, many’. It’s the inverse of the phrase on American currency ‘e pluribus unum’ – out of many, one. The trend we see on the national level towards Balkanization (the breakup of nations) is echoed in the business world.” – John Sumser
 

Good Enough Technology

On July 19, 2017, in HRExaminer, by John Sumser
There’s always a new kid on the block in HR Tech. Where do valuable tools with less exciting technology fit in? John Sumser spoke recently with Michael DesRochers, Founder of PoliteMail, a useful email analytics service based on the entrenched platform of Outlook email.
 

HRIntelligencer v1.08

On July 18, 2017, in HRExaminer, HRIntelligencer, by John Sumser
Highlights: We Need to Talk About the Power of AI to Manipulate Humans, AI Robots Learning Racism, Sexism and Prejudice From Humans, Can We Copy the Brain?, and You can probably use deep learning even if your data isn’t that big.
 

The Mistake in Expecting Millennials to Pay Their Dues

On July 17, 2017, in Bob Corlett, Editorial Advisory Board, HRExaminer, by Bob Corlett
“At the heart of the “Millennial problem” is a broken value equation. Employers no longer have the right to expect people to pay dues. And while that might seem unfair to you if you paid your dues, it’s even less fair to the millennials.” – Bob Corlett
 

HRExaminer v8.28

On July 14, 2017, in HR Technology, HRExaminer, Radio, Weekly, by John Sumser
“Algorithms and machine learning isolate and purify the things that are unique to a culture. But, if you are trying to ‘improve’ the culture (and reduce its biases), it’s a different story. Read John Sumser’s article, Data is Biased.


John Sumser points out The Limits of AI in HR (or What It Really Costs).


John Sumser writes, “Generally, the people who think HR is somehow stuck are selling something. They either have a product that does an old thing in a new way or they are offering some form of transformative service.” From the Mouths of Babes.


HRIntelligencer 1.07: Google’s Quick Draw, Robots and Warehouse Jobs, Lessons from 3,000 technical interviews, Developers Who Use Spaces Make More Money Than Those Who Use Tabs, a Machine learning algorithm cheat sheet, and Robots are doing the work of $326,000-a-year Goldman Sachs employees.


On episode 129 of HR Tech Weekly: WeWork and Co-working Locations, MOVE Guides Funding, OnboardIQ Funding, Workday PaaS, UltimateHCM Forbes List, MercerInsights Digital Platform, and Net Neutrality and HRTech.


John Sumser talks with Don Charlton, the Founder & Chief Product Officer at Pittsburgh-based JazzHR, and widely regarded as a thought leader in the recruiting software industry. Listen to HRExaminer Radio - Executive Conversations.
 

HR Tech Weekly: Episode #129: Stacey Harris and John Sumser

On July 14, 2017, in HR Tech Weekly, HRExaminer, HRExaminer Radio, Radio, by John Sumser
This week: WeWork and Co-working Locations, MOVE Gides Funding, OnboardIQ Funding, Workday #PaaS, UltimateHCM Forbes List, MercerInsights Digital Platform, and Net Neutrality and HRTech.
 

The Limits of AI in HR (or What It Really Costs)

On July 13, 2017, in HRExaminer, by John Sumser
“If you listen ever so closely, you’ll hear the rumble of an ongoing argument. Are machines smarter than people? Can they ever be smarter than people?” – John Sumser
 

From the Mouths of Babes

On July 12, 2017, in HRExaminer, by John Sumser
“There are a ton of opportunities to reframe and rethink the work of HR. The HRTech vendor community produces new value at an extraordinary rate. But, the idea that HR is defective because it doesn’t embrace those ideas immediately is an expression of frustration, not truth.” – John Sumser
 

HRIntelligencer v 1.07

On July 11, 2017, in HRExaminer, HRIntelligencer, by John Sumser
This week: Google’s Quick Draw, Robots and warehouse jobs, Lessons from 3,000 technical interviews, Developers Who Use Spaces Make More Money Than Those Who Use Tabs, a Machine learning algorithm cheat sheet via Steve Levy, and Robots are doing the work of $326,000-a-year Goldman Sachs employees.
 
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