In our feature this week Jeff Dickey-Chasins aka “The Job Board Doctor” reveals What Job Seekers Really Do Online. Doug Shaw joins our Editorial Advisory Board with, Where is the Soul? Heather Bussing reviews The Circle, a new book by Dave Eggers, William Tincup sizes up The Legacy of Arrogance, and John Sumser interviews Allen R. Sockwell on HRExaminer Radio.
Has your organization joined the Cult of Busy? In this week’s feature article Legal Editor Heather Bussing takes issue with innovation for innovation’s sake. ‘Stop the Innovation!’ might be the call for sanity you’ve been searching for in your organization.
“Just when HR commits to one direction there will be a tweet or blog post that calls BS on that approach...And that’s before the infographics. How does HR ever feel comfortable with their job?”
– Paul Hebert
– Paul Hebert
How do we find clarity and meaning in business when corporate double–speak and political correctness are the rule? In this week’s feature Heather Bussing speaks clearly about The Cult of Nice.
We’re still looking at who owns data. This week we’re featuring Legal Editor Heather Bussing’s post on LinkedIn, Who Owns Data 7: Linkedin or Fencedin. Heather reveals that LinkedIn’s terms of service contain more weasels than your average company weasel words.
In HR we associate drama with employee meltdowns and mergers, not the great dramatic writing that John Sumser puts center stage in this week’s feature. Sumser showcases how dramatic writing impacts business outcomes in the article, David Mamet’s Memo to the Writers of the Unit.
As our Legal Editor Heather Bussing says, “Really weird stuff happens at work.” That’s the focus of our feature article this week from Heather, When Harassment is Legal. Maren Hogan returns to the HR Examiner Editorial Advisory Board with her article Humanizing Your Brand Through Social Media: 6 Steps. John Sumser rounds up this week’s issue withCommunication Channels III, plus 5 Links: Tech Recruiting and his HR Examiner Radio interview of Recruiting Animal. Enjoy!
In our feature, Thinking the Unthinkable, John Sumser writes: “The C Suite is going to hunt for and embrace data visualization companies who can help see what we’ve refused to see: HR builds processes that emphasize sameness. The business requires processes that produce differences. It’s actually that simple. Steve Smith from The Starr Conspiracy searches for the So What Factor of Workforce Analytics while Heather Bussing has us Learning by Mistake. John Sumser interviews JIBE CEO, Joe Essenfeld. We close this week’s issue with John Sumser’s multi-part series on Communication Channels in Recruiting.
From this week’s Feature, Privacy is an App: “It won’t be long before someone comes along with the privacy app that allows us to control our personal data, authorize who gets to use it, and to sell it. But when it comes out, get if fast before Google or Facebook buys it and shuts it down.” - Heather Bussing