Have you been following the emerging conversation about the Internet of Things? The prevailing case law seems to indicate that the owner of the device is the owner of the data.
Here are a couple of posts from just about a decade ago. The industry has been working over that time to clarify the definitions of talent pools, talent communities and so on. These two are a meditation on the business of attracting and nourishing talent. Just outside of the greenhouse (our offices) is […]
Our features this week are highlights from HR Examiner in 2012 and include The Skills Gap, New Architecture of Work and Employee Privacy Series. We’ve enjoyed your company this year and we wish you a wonderful New Year.
A walk down any Main Street will show you what’s hapopening in the retail sector. It’s shrinking and getting more technical. At the very same time, retail suffers from surplus and shortage. That’s what’s so tricky about any anlysis of the problem.
In the late summer, we started exploring the new face of HR in the “New Architecture of Work” series. There are a number of driving forces moving HR into its next level
In our feature two-part series this week John Sumser lays out the questions that HR departments should be asking (but aren’t). Don’t miss the newest addition to our ongoing Skill Gap series, Skills Gap 5 – The Future is Here. Plus, our resident lawyer and editor Heather Bussing has an important update on the FTC’s […]