What’s the difference between recruiting and dating? While the two may have a lot in common in the blogosphere, it’s a far cry from being bedfellows when it comes to technology.
If you’re not familiar with the data integration issue, it’s not really surprising. Problems like these are highly technical and very, very boring. The market pays attention to shiny new things. Grungy maintenance work isn’t shiny or new.
Shouldn’t we learn from others and determine the most effective way to reach our goals, benchmark our progress, and achieve success? Best practices are only best if you’re just practicing. And I have no clue what a benchmark really is, or what you do with one.
If there’s a problem on Facebook do you pay or does Facebook? Legal Editor Heather Bussing deciphers Facebook’s legal fine print in this week’s feature: Facebook Terms of Service Translated.
The GuitarCenter uses a foundation of HR information to schedule the entire employee team in each store in a way that optimizes revenue. Step 2 is simultaneous scheduling of training. That’s an HR system with clear impact on the bottom line.
HR sticks to the story of the value of intangibles like a mobster hangs on to an alibi. It’s not hard to believe that people are the heart of the business. It’s been painfully hard to quantify it.
Not all investments made by early adopters pay off. Anyone who is early to mobile recruiting knows what it feels like to go out on a limb. Without the right infrastructure, nothing succeeds.
Rebecca Callahan is President, Recruitment Process Outsourcing, Randstad Sourceright. She leads her organization in the strategic execution of one vision: helping clients put the right person in the right job for the best value.