HRExaminer v6.08

On February 27, 2015, in Editorial Advisory Board, Heather Bussing, HRExaminer, Radio, Stacey Harris, Weekly, by John Sumser
Feature: John Sumser looks at how the massive growth of online content is making it harder to find credible information. Read John’s article, A Footnote to a Footnote to Another Footnote of a Footnote to a Vendor’s Survey.

Heather Bussing updates us on privacy and legal rights related to data and Personally Identifiable Information in, Law and Privacy.

On HR Examiner Radio John talks with Stephen DeWitt, who recently joined Work Market as the company’s Chief Executive. On HR Tech Weekly Stacey Harris and John Sumser discuss Steve Boese’s article on HR Tech trends, SAP, and Gartner’s recent report on private clouds.

John wraps up this issue with some thoughts on how Employment Branding Requires Traffic

HRExaminer v6.07

In our feature article this week Heather Bussing shares a personal story about Sexual Harassment: Boys and Thrones.

Bob Corlett stops by to discuss how Your Recruiting Process Assumes Harvard Grads Cause Shark Attacks.

On HR Examiner Radio John talks with Gretchen Alarcon, Vice President, Human Capital Management Strategy at Oracle. On HR Tech Weekly Stacey Harris and John Sumser discuss the Vector Capital takeover of Saba. We close this issue with 5 Links: Women and Work 2.

Have a good week.

HRExaminer v6.06

Last November, Stacey Harris and John Sumser pulled their chairs up to the mic and started recording a show about the weekly technology news and issues orbiting HR and recruiting. Yesterday, they recorded episode 6 of HR Tech Weekly. We’d love for you to listen in.

Paul Hebert stops by The HR Examiner to share his interest in The Long Now of Employee Engagement.

Heather Bussing provides us with a clear distinction between, Laws, Algorithms, and Humans.

Some questions never grow old. This week, John Sumser has Evergreen: 15 Questions HR Should Be Asking.


HRExaminer v6.05

On February 6, 2015, in Cathy Missildine, Editorial Advisory Board, Heather Bussing, HRExaminer, Radio, Weekly, by John Sumser
Does Employee Engagement Really Matter? This week Cathy Missildine has an answer that reflects experience, displays balance, and avoids typical HR dogma. How useful.

Heather Bussing adds her latest thoughts to the subject in, The Engagement Answer, and then rounds out the topic with 5 Links: Engagement.

John Sumser shares his notes from a talk by author Shawn Achor about how Happiness Breeds Happiness.

On Episode 83 of HR Examiner Radio John Sumser interviews Tim O’Shea, Product Manager for Lumesse. Enjoy!

HRExaminer v6.04

On January 30, 2015, in Doug Shaw, Editorial Advisory Board, Heather Bussing, HRExaminer, Radio, Weekly, by John Sumser
This week Heather Bussing appeared in a Wall Street Journal story about employee theft. In our feature article, you can read Heather’s complete thoughts on Handling Employee Theft.

Doug Shaw talks about the pitfalls of anonymous employee surveys and reviews in, I Need You To Know Who I Am.

John Sumser looks at the emerging shape of contemporary organizations in his article, Ecosystems and Formal Hierarchies.

On HR Examiner Radio John Sumser interviews Bertrand Dussert, Vice President, HCM Transformation and Thought Leadership for Oracle. Enjoy!

HRExaminer v6.03

Is Organizational Transparency Worth the Trouble? Stacey Harris looks beyond the hype surrounding organizational transparency and finds both difficulty and clarity of purpose.

What’s really disrupting the job board industry? Who better to ask than The Job Board Doctor, Jeff Dickey-Chasins?

In honor of Martin Luther King Day Heather Bussing has Thoughts on Discrimination, the complete diversity series from The HR Examiner.

John Sumser has Five Links: The Sea of Transformation about the vastness of the HR Technology terrain and talks with Marvin Smith of Lockheed Martin whose work spans HR Technology, strategic talent sourcing, and creating talent communities. Enjoy!

HRExaminer v6.02

People are getting lost in the system and it’s not getting better. This week Joe Gerstandt has some thoughts on, Who will speak for the humans?

Heather Bussing explores Transgender Discrimination and taking a break from social media in her two articles, Transgender: The Ultimate Form of Gender Discrimination and My Social Media Retreat.

Neil McCormick returns for the new year with “My 2015 wishes for HR.” John Sumser talks with Lucian Tarnowski, Founder and CEO of BraveNewTalent about using social learning technology to grow peer-to-peer learning communities. Enjoy!

HRExaminer v6.01

As Steve Jobs famously observed, you can only connect the dots going back. Elsewhere, you’ll need to make a judgment call. Dr. Tomas Chamorro-Premuzic looks at The Psychology of Good and Bad Judgment in this week’s feature article.

Heather Bussing explores Why the CEO Cares More About Money Than About People and shares 5 Books to Make HR (and Everything) Better.

John Sumser has Five Links: 3 Bs - Big Data, Big Hacking, Business Models and on HR Examiner Radio John speaks with 1-Page CEO Joanna Weidenmiller. Enjoy!

HRExaminer v5.42

On December 19, 2014, in Editorial Advisory Board, Heather Bussing, HRExaminer, Maren Hogan, Radio, Weekly, by John Sumser
Americans are quitting their jobs at the fastest pace since 2008. In this week’s feature article, Maren Hogan responds with,  “Stop the Bleeding: 3 Ways to Retain Employees.” People sure are good at telling others: I’m Offended. You’re Doing It Wrong! Heather Bussing says the Cult of Nice is preventing people from understanding each other and making it increasingly difficult to have a meaningful dialog on important race and gender issues. Read more in, You’re Doing It Wrong: the Cult of Nice. Who’s going to win the recruiting contest? The company that helps you live longer or the company that squirrels around with primitive offerings? In, Looking Back: Pocket Doc, John Sumser jumps back to 2012 when health and fitness apps were taking center stage for the first time as a way to explore the ever evolving definition of HR Technology. Enjoy!

HRExaminer v5.41

On December 12, 2014, in Editorial Advisory Board, Heather Bussing, HRExaminer, Radio, Victorio Milian, Weekly, by John Sumser
In our feature article this week Victorio Milian discusses how candidate names impact hiring results and candidate experience. Read Victorio’s article, “What’s My Name?.” John Sumser talks about what happens to people when software creators remove key features of their software in a bid to increase revenue in, Breaking What Works. What’s the most powerful book that you read in 2014? For Heather Bussing it was Keise Laymon’s How to Slowly Kill Yourself and Others in America. Learn why in Heather’s article, Read Kiese Laymon. On HR Examiner Radio John talks with Mike Maughan of Qualtrics about helping organizations understand employee development and engagement strategies. Enjoy!
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