Looking Back To See Forward In HR HRExaminer v1.44
In this week's HRExaminer Magazine we feature three posts from our archives and provide some present day context and questions to get you thinking about your HR plans for 2011. Plus, Editorial Advisory Board Contributor Heather Bussing weighs in on Social Media Policies and we introduce you to iTalent.

Feature ~ Look Back To See Forward

Look Back - See Forward in HRWhen you look back to see forward it can feel counterintuitive, but when you collapse time you often glimpse the big picture. That's our focus this week for The HRExaminer. Today's HR Leaders are charged with confounding problems, but if we stop and think about the long view, what of today's emergencies and challenges will stand out a decade from now and how can we use that wisdom to shape 2011? Read More…

Social Media Policies: Who's In Control?
social media policies: who is in control by Heather Bussing on HRExaminer Heather's contribution this week avoids the legalese while providing you with useful lawyerly viewpoints on putting together a workable Social Media Policy: “I am not a fan of extensive or granular employment policies. I believe they end up being more noose than protection — for both employers and employees.” Read More…

People Not Candidates
People Not Candidates on HRExaminer The Applicant Tracking Systems industry was invented by Lars Perkins and Paul Costello over 25 years ago. Continuing our series this week in looking back we turn to the systems and tools of recruiting. What progress have we made in our industry since 2002 when John's post on ATS vs. recruiting software was first published? Read More…

Light Bulb Not Candle
Light Bulb Not Candle on HRExaminer What's the state of innovation in HR and Talent Management today? In May 2001 John wrote the article Light Bulb Not Candle and made the observation that HR was seemingly stuck in an innovation bubble, constantly reinventing the wheel. Can our industry claim better today? I'd argue that you find three primary innovation paths in HR right now: social media, social media, and social media. Why do we accept this? Read More…

iTalent - a new idea for curating talent related startups
iTalent a new event series from HR & Tech SF I just finished up at HRDemo this week in Las Vegas which is about experiencing HR technology and innovation directly through demonstrations of the actual product. More on HRDemo soon.
HRDemo puts me in mind of a local event taking place in the San Francisco Bay Area next Tuesday - it's called iTalent. It reminds me of the Techcrunch50 show but for HR and talent related startups. Read More…

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That’s it for this week – have a great weekend!

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