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HRExaminer v9.32

Mary Faulkner explores why your action plans may not be resulting in real action. Read, There is no “action” in your action plans.


What if HR was Outlawed? Read a fresh perspective on the danger of irrelevance from Jason Lauritsen.


Things change all the time. Knowing this often feels worse. This is the dilemma almost all employees face dealing with technology. Heather Bussing guides us through Time and Change.


John Sumser speaks with Michael Beygelman, the CEO of Joberate, a workforce analytics platform that helps organizations make talent decisions. Listen to HRExaminer Radio.

On HR Tech Weekly: John discusses his follow-up report on Intelligent Software and AI, New CEO and Funding for Namely, and Walmart on-demand paycheck app available to 200,000 Employees.
 

Time and Change

On August 9, 2018, in Editorial Advisory Board, Heather Bussing, HR Technology, HRExaminer, by Heather Bussing
“It is so important to take into account the time and work involved in change when evaluating the benefits of any new program or tool. It is frustrating, dispiriting, and expensive when the software that is supposed to help us just becomes the work.” – Heather Bussing
 

HRExaminer v9.31

The co-working company WeWork just announced a “Vegetarian only” food policy at company events. Heather Bussing explains Why WeWork’s Vegetarian Policy Won’t Work.


Paul Hebert says that HR Needs to Follow the Right Rabbit and we couldn’t agree more.


Cities are increasingly organized by profession. Seattle for Software, Los Angeles for Entertainment, and so on. John Sumser takes us on a tour of Guild Cities.


Heather Bussing points out the warning signs in, When Companies Stop Innovating.


On HR Tech Weekly: There’s acquisition news from ADP, Workday and Bullhorn. Salary.com is merging with Compdata Surveys. There’s new funding for CultureAmp, GustoHQ, and League. Plus, John and Stacey discuss Change Management, Payroll, Compensation, Culture, and Benefits.
 

When Companies Stop Innovating

The way to tell when a company has stopped innovating is when it starts filing lawsuits to protect the status quo.
 

Why WeWork’s Vegetarian Policy Won’t Work

“WeWork recently announced a new policy saying that it would not serve meat at its events. I just don’t think that policies that force employees to eat a certain way are either the right way to treat employees or an effective way to save the planet.” – Heather Bussing
 

HRExaminer v9.27

This week, John Sumser lays out an emerging model for a world-class standard benefits program, one increasingly personalized to the needs and interests of the individual. Read Part 1 Here and then finish up with Part 2.


HRIntelligencer Highlights: Google’s Principles on AI, India’s National Strategy for AI, How to Be A Centaur, Amazon employees demand that company cut ties with ICE, and more.


John Sumser writes, “The fair haired children and ivy league managers want to run and hide from failure. But, failure is the essence of life.” Failure is Still Underrated.


Heather Bussing introduces us to Shepherd’s Result Triangle, a tool to help you lead your team through the kind of hidden fears that derail projects.
 

Shepherd’s Result Triangle

On July 6, 2018, in Heather Bussing, Policies, Social Media Policy, by Heather Bussing
“Most people and companies are good at figuring out their goals. And many are pretty good at showing they care, well, at least about themselves. But knowing what you want and caring about it is exactly the right place to start.” – Heather Bussing
 

HRExaminer v9.26

Is it Time for “Employee Engagement” To Fork? “The best the business world can do when trying to figure out how to encourage employees to add value is to label it ‘engagement’ and create proxy measures for it.” - Paul Hebert


Is bias fair? Nope. Is it legal? No. Is it real? Yes. Heather Bussing weighs in on Discrimination vs. Reality.


HRIntelligencer Highlights: “When most vendors talk about bias and its management with AI, they are really talking about compliance.” - John Sumser


John Sumser speaks with Jodi McDermott, Chief Product Officer at SHL. Jodi has over 20 years of experience in digital technology, analytics, and product management. Listen to Jodi McDermott on HRExaminer Radio.


On HR Tech Weekly: News from Paychex, Percipio, and the researchers that tricked Watson AI into seeing cats as ‘crazy quilts’ and ‘cellophane.’
 

Discrimination vs. Reality

On June 25, 2018, in Discrimination, Diversity, Employment Law, Heather Bussing, HRExaminer, Leadership, by Heather Bussing
Creating an inclusive, diverse, and successful work place is not about getting every decision perfect. It’s about fairness, openness, and care.
 

HRExaminer v9.25

This week, Bob Corlett finishes his two-part series on Evidence-Based Interviewing.


The truth is, ‘No’ sucks. But no also lets you move on. Heather Bussing shares The Gift of No.


John Sumser will tell you, crap detection and critical thinking skills are the survival techniques of the 21st century. The Executive Crapometer vs. Predictive Data.


Susan LaMotte writes about the knee-jerk reaction that often follows the discovery of shiny new data. Read Susan’s post on Data Fatigue.


On HR Tech Weekly: News on Degreed, Pathgather, iCIMS, Saba, Upwork, Beamery, and much more.
 
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