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Employment Branding Hardball


 HRExaminer Weekly Edition v6.33 September 4, 2015


The New York Times and Amazon are competitors. They hire and deploy the same kinds of people. Jeff Bezos owns the Times’ most formidable newspaper competitor. Among other things, these are the giants of 21st-century publishing. In this week’s feature article, John Sumser explores what happens when modern titans play Employment Branding Hardball.

What does the Ashley Madison story mean to HR? You’ll find out in, Ashley and the Ostrich from John Sumser.

John Sumser has five starting points on how to critically consume data in contemporary HR. Dial in, Five Links: Data and Integrity.

Listen in as Stacey Harris and John Sumser discuss Target’s $2.8 million discriminatory hiring test, LinkedIn’s new LookUp App, Coursera’s pivot to job training, and the new Russian Personal Data Law. It’s all on episode 35 of HR Tech Weekly.

On Episode 109 of HRExaminer Radio John speaks with Davis Bell, VP of Corporate Markets at Instructure, the learning management system company that makes Bridge.


   

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Employment Branding HardballEmployment Branding Hardball
“It’s useful to think of the Amazon-NYT kerfuffle as the wave of the future. In markets where success depends on access to workers who are in short supply, damaging the other team’s brand (particularly with rumor and innuendo) is likely to expand in importance.” – John Sumser
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Ashley and the OstrichAshley and the Ostrich
“The real issue exposed by the Ashley Madison hack is that aggregate data is incredibly useful for people both inside and outside the organization.” – John Sumser
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Five Links: Data and IntegrityFive Links: Data and Integrity
John Sumser shares five starting points on how to critically consume data in contemporary HR.
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HR Tech Weekly: Episode #35: Stacey Harris and John SumserHR Tech Weekly: Episode #35: Stacey Harris and John Sumser
This week: Target’s $2.8 million discriminatory hiring test, LinkedIn’s new LookUp App, Coursera’s pivot to job training, and the new Russian Personal Data Law.
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HRExaminer Radio: Episode #109: Davis BellHRExaminer Radio: Episode #109: Davis Bell
Join John Sumser as he speaks with Davis Bell, VP of Corporate Markets at Instructure, a learning management system software company.
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