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HRExaminer Weekly Edition v5.18 May 9, 2014


In our feature this week CNET author Dennis O’Reilly shares Confessions of an HR Nightmare. Should you rewrite your social media policy because of one influential survey? Heather Bussing finds the balance between, Social Media, Fear, and Lawyers. John Sumser has questions and answers about the recruiter in your pocket in, Mobile Recruiting Rears Up. John closes out this week’s issue with Five Links: Disruption and his interview of Zahir Ladhani, Vice President Smarter Workforce, IBM. Enjoy!

This Week's Articles

 
Confessions of an HR NightmareFEATURE: Confessions of an HR Nightmare
“For more than 30 years I labored under the misapprehension that hard work, competence, and honesty were all I needed to be a model employee.” – Dennis O'Reilly
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Social Media, Fear & LawyersSocial Media, Fear, and Lawyers
Should your corporate social media policy be rewritten based on ‘results’ from a buzzworthy survey that’s based on a whopping 0.02% response rate?
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Mobile Recruiting Rears UpMobile Recruiting Rears Up
Mobile Recruiting: what’s taking so long, whose fault is it, and how can an earnest visionary speed things up.
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Five Links: DisruptionFive Links: Disruption
This week’s links are a reminder that technology is tearing its way through our universe. It happens fast, takes no prisoners, and has no guaranteed winners.
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HRExaminer Radio: Episode #55: Zahir LadhaniHRExaminer Radio: Episode #55: Zahir Ladhani
John Sumser speaks with Zahir Ladhani, Vice President Smarter Workforce, IBM.
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