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HRExaminer Weekly Edition v5.23 June 13, 2014

Feature: In HR vs. IT, John Sumser explores the evolving relationship and dynamics between IT and HR. Heather Bussing takes a position on Diversity: Tampering with Certainty. We kick off Heather Bussing’s new photo series, Humans of Work, with her profile of William Tincup. John Sumser looks into Buying Traffic. We wrap up this week’s edition with 5–Links: The Future is now and John’s conversation with Tim O’Shea from Lumesse on HR Examiner Radio Enjoy!

This Week's Articles

 
HR vs. ITFEATURE: HR vs. IT
IT can’t prioritize HR’s requirements at the top of the list. So, HR always gets short shrift.
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Diversity: Tampering with CertaintyDiversity: Tampering with Certainty
How do we change hearts and minds so that we can appreciate our differences instead of pretending they don’t exist?
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Buying Traffic
Buying Traffic
Without traffic, employment advertising (regardless of the channel) is a meaningless exercise. Read Now »


 
Humans of Work: William TincupHumans of Work: William Tincup
Read William Tincup’s response to Heather Bussing when she asks: What is the hardest lesson you’ve learned in working with others?
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Five Links: The Future Is NowFive Links: The Future Is Now
This week’s 5-Links highlight how the future has arrived. Case in point, the second stage of social media.
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HRExaminer Radio: Episode #60: Tim O’SheaHRExaminer Radio: Episode #60: Tim O’Shea
John Sumser talks with Tim O’Shea, Solutions Consultant and Field Marketing Manager at Lumesse.
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This week's 5-Links highlight how the future has arrived. Case in point, the second stage of social media.

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