Why HR Will Never Get A Seat At The Table

Feature: The Limits of HR "Often perceived as the “political correctness police”, a significant part of HR’s job is to promulgate and educate. That means noticing when something is amiss and correcting it. And who wants someone like that in the middle of a problem solving session?"

Cathy Missildine-Martin discusses how to Remove roadblocks to HR Analytics, Susan Strayer covers Why Conventional Wisdom Isn’t and John wraps up this issue with Success Factors San Francisco.


The Power Of One ~ HR Examiner Weekly Edition v 3.24 June 15, 2012

 

HRExaminer v3.24 June 15, 2012

 

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The Limits of HR

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Why Conventional Wisdom Isn’t by Susan Strayer

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Advance Copy for 15th annual CedarCrestone HR Tech Survey Participants

Advance Copy for 15th annual CedarCrestone HR Tech Survey ParticipantsAdvance Copy for 15th annual CedarCrestone HR Tech Survey Participants

The first 100 respondents to complete all questions will receive a $5 Starbucks card. The 15th, 150th, and 1,015th respondents will receive a $100 Visa gift card in celebration of our 15th year. All respondents will receive an advance copy of the results in early October 2012. The Survey is now available at www.CedarCrestone.com/hrssv46 and responses will be collected until July 2nd, 2012.

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SF in SF Stuff

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Removing Roadblocks to HR Analytics by Cathy Missildine-Martin

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