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HRExaminer Weekly Edition v5.27 July 18, 2014

Dr. Tomas Chamorro-Premuzic joins the HRExaminer Editorial Advisory Board with a fresh evaluation of big data, gamification, and social analytics in pursuit of the question, Should We Get Excited About New Assessment Tools?. Paul Hebert says that HR Needs to Follow the Right Rabbit and we couldn’t agree more. Heather Bussing discusses Diversity and Why Laws Don’t Fix Discrimination. You’re not likely to disagree with John Sumser when he concludes that The Key is Still People in the business of HR. We wrap up our weekly issue with John Sumser’s conversation with Todd Maycunich, vice president of Product Innovation for TMP Worldwide on HR Examiner Radio. Enjoy!


This Week's Articles

 
Should We Get Excited About New Assessment Tools?Should We Get Excited About New Assessment Tools?
In recent years, the synergy between psychology and technology has revitalized assessment practices bringing new types of assessment.
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HR Needs to Follow the Right RabbitHR Needs to Follow the Right Rabbit
“And as a department, as a profession and as individuals – HR is trying to chase both rabbits.” -Paul Hebert
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Diversity: Why Laws Don’t Fix DiscriminationDiversity: Why Laws Don’t Fix Discrimination
“What usually happens is that people just get more circumspect about how they discriminate so they don’t get caught.”
-Heather Bussing
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The Key is Still PeopleThe Key is Still People
To the extent that current systems perpetuate the myth that data constitutes a relationship, they are major contributors to the problem.
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HRExaminer Radio: Episode #64: Todd MaycunichHRExaminer Radio: Episode #64: Todd Maycunich
John Sumser speaks with Todd Maycunich, vice president of Product Innovation for TMP Worldwide and co-manages TMP Labs.
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