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HRExaminer Weekly Edition v5.14 April 11, 2014

This week on HRExaminer John Sumser explores how The Transformation of HR is Underway. Cathy Missildine gives us 3 HR Metrics to Monitor Risk. Heather Bussing covers the next chapter on the Linkedin lawsuit in, Who Owns Data 8: Trouble With Linkedin’s Lawsuit. John Sumser offers up Five Links about USA Regional Data and interviews Lars Schmidt on HRExaminer Radio. Enjoy!

This Week's Articles

 
The Transformation of HR is UnderwayThe Transformation of HR is Underway
HR is being transformed while we watch. It’s not going to be a grass-roots endeavor to disrupt the function.
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3 HR Metrics to Monitor Risk3 HR Metrics to Monitor Risk
The metrics that are tied to organizational strategy and risk are the ones that the C-Suite really cares about.
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Who Owns Data 8: Trouble With Linkedin’s LawsuitWho Owns Data 8: Trouble With Linkedin’s Lawsuit
Linkedin is trying to make money from public information by controlling how people use their site. Linkedin’s legal position has some problems.
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Five Links: USA Regional DataFive Links: USA Regional Data
If the great recession taught us anything, it’s that the national economy isn’t very national.
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HRExaminer Radio: Episode #51: Lars SchmidtHRExaminer Radio: Episode #51: Lars Schmidt
Listen to John Sumser's conversation with Lars Schmidt, founder of Amplify Talent.
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