Dive into Five Links, an Engaging Mish Mash of stories that are likely to leave you better off than when you found them. Heather Bussing angles for an Oscar in, When Content Ownership Doesn’t Matter, and warms up for her acceptance speech with a rant on computer angst in, One Minute Remaining. John Sumser discusses the Obamacare website debacle in, The Desire For Certainty, and closes out this issue with his interview of Jeanne Achille, CEO and founder of the award-winning agency Devon. Enjoy!
In this week’s feature, Failing Forward, Jason Lauritsen explores the human side of failing while in the pursuit of innovation and higher performance. Heather Bussing contributes articles on The Software Compatibility Quagmire plus Privacy Laws and Resources. In our on-demand edition of HR Examiner Radio, John Sumser interviews Hireology CEO Adam Robinson and today’s live radio show features Danielle Weinblatt, CEO of Take the Interview (tune it at 2PM EST).
In our feature this week Stacey Harris explains What To Do When Data Says You’re Wrong. In Human What?, John Sumser dispels the notion that humans are capital. John also covers Morale.me, a new iOS app from Joel Cheesman and two articles that chronicle John’s recent journey through the halls of HR on a wheeled scooter (read Disruption, Learning and Curiosity and Fitness, Inclusion and OracleHCM). Our on-demand edition of HR Examiner Radio features Marc Mapes in a discussion about eiTalent.com. Enjoy.
In The Art of Work: Simulacrum, Doug Shaw cuts to the core of misinterpreting the numbers in HR data and the high price people pay when we do. John Sumser has some thoughts of his own on HR data, in What’s in a Number? Heather Bussing asks, Who Knows Your Operation Best? Paul Hebert questions if Engagement is a Near Miss Solution. Enjoy.
This week’s feature is On Being Attractive by John Sumser. Kelly Cartwright, Dr. Todd Dewett, and Heather Bussing cover HR Tech Trends, The Office Press Conference and Glass Ovaries. John Sumser interviews Lisa Jones on HR Examiner Radio. Enjoy!
We’re launching a new feature on HR Examiner where we host a debate. This week, Ed Newman and John Sumser are featured in a two-part conversation on the merits of Mobile Recruiting and continue live later today on HRExaminer Radio at 11AM PST / 2PM EST. Elsewhere, Joe Gerstandt puts a fine point on Working with Humans and Heather Bussing wraps up our first issue of 2014 with How to Get Through a Hard Day. Happy New Year!
This week on HR Examiner we feature a Memo to Leaders on How to Give, and Give Thanks from Susan Strayer LaMotte. Heather Bussing suggests you ask 5 Questions Before Filing a Lawsuit. John Sumser discusses the mobile workforce tool from Hunite and caps off this issue with Five Links: A Peek at 2014. Happy Holidays!
This week we’re featuring John Sumser’s two-part series on What HR Should Be Asking. Harry Gottlieb unearths facts about how Employees Dish on Benefits Communication, Jay Cross pens a modern day tale about Heinz, New Coke and Social Media. Heather Bussing covers Emotions At Work and her Employer’s Guide to the Holidays. John Sumser wraps up this issue with What’s Changed?, on the impact of people bringing participative media (and its ideals) into the organization. Enjoy!