Perhaps you’re the victim of the latest bad idea from Wall Street. Have you noticed that software companies, particularly SaaS companies, have made it a practice to outsource the installation and implementation of their tools?
SaaS: As long as you are willing to ride the horse of endless unpredictable upgrades, renting makes it possible (though not likely) to always have the latest tools and techniques at a marginal cost.
Right now, SaaS Salespeople feel perfectly comfortable selling their ability to update software across the user base as a benefit. From one perspective, this offers the ability to innovate with amazing agility. From another perspective, features are produced without any friction.
Employee Privacy 1 - What Can Employers Monitor? by Heather Bussing Heather Bussing covers a wide range of employee privacy issues in this week’s three-part series on employee privacy. Heather begins by discussing employer spying. Read Now » Employee Privacy 2 - When It’s Personal by Heather BussingPrivacy rights come from different kinds of laws. […]
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Heather wraps up her three-part series on employee privacy with social media and the legal rights of both the company and employee. Who owns social media accounts and content? What about trade secrets or defamation? This post will ground you in the issues.
Heather talks more about where Privacy rights come from and different kinds of laws. Before digging into employees’ personal lives, even if the employer wants or “needs” to know, it is important to consider the whole picture and the interests involved. When in doubt, stay out.
Heather Bussing covers a wide range of employee privacy issues in this week’s three-part series on employee privacy. Heather begins by discussing employer spying.
Many organizations are making incremental advances with workforce analytics to solve specific challenges, but they may not have the resources or universal mandate to make it priority.
Hiring Manager Problems Require Therapy by William Uranga Does your recruiter have a challenging hiring manager? I'm not talking about a difficult search - but client management problems. Most managers operate in a survival-mode; they are hiring to solve a problem, not necessarily to build a world-class team. Being stuck in a downward cycle of […]