HRExaminer v9.13

For the foreseeable future, smart machines using machine learning and AI will struggle to keep abreast of actual circumstances. Without our help, they will make things simple for us without the real conversations required to reach useful decisions. John Sumser has more in, Treat Your Machines With Respect.

Our visiting performance management expert, Jamie Resker, shares the process on How to Make Pay Decisions Without Annual Reviews and Ratings.

HRIntelligencer Highlights: This week, we focus on the changes and advances in the technology. In particular, the recent Uber crash is likely to slow down the evolution of autonomous cars.

John Sumser speaks with Jonathan Kestenbaum, the Managing Director of Talent Tech Labs. He is a lawyer by education, and an entrepreneur and investor by trade. Listen to Jonathan Kestenbaum on HRExaminer Radio.

On HR Tech Weekly: John and Stacey discuss the 2018 LEHRN Expo. Also, Randstad Sourceright launches “Talent Velocity,” and Ascendify Launches Aspire, an AI-Powered Career Assistant.

How to Make Pay Decisions Without Annual Reviews and Ratings

On March 29, 2018, in Editorial Advisory Board, HRExaminer, Jamie Resker, by Jamie Resker
Is the question of how to make pay decisions without annual reviews and ratings preventing you from modernizing performance management in your organization? Jamie Resker, our visiting performance management expert, details a process to make this work.

HRExaminer v8.37

On September 22, 2017, in Editorial Advisory Board, HR Technology, HRExaminer, Jamie Resker, John Sumser, Radio, Weekly, by John Sumser
Should you drop your traditional annual performance review ratings? To Drop or Not to Drop Performance Ratings, that’s the question Jamie Resker wrestles with this week.

In HRIntelligencer 1.17: McKinsey on How Artificial Intelligence Can Deliver Real Value to Companies and Robots Still Threaten 47% of U.S. Jobs, Plus Much More. Read HRIntelligencer 1.17 today.

On HRExaminer Radio, John Sumser speaks with Elena Windgate, the Chief Marketing Officer at MosaicTrack, a startup that has pioneered the use of AI for candidate matching.

On Episode 30 of HRx Big Ideas Radio John Sumser speaks with Charu Malhotra. Charu has over 12 years experience leading global Employer Branding and Digital Talent Acquisition change programs. Listen to Big Ideas Radio.

On episode 138 of HR Tech Weekly: ADP Analyst Day Update New York, Equifax Data Breach, and Paycom Ranks No. 2 on Fortune’s 100 Fastest-Growing Companies List.

On On Episode 139 of HR Tech Weekly: Lots of HR Tech Funding News, Including Shortlist, WellteQ, and Lever. Google Boosts Cloud Natural Language API. Greenhouse Adds CRM and Predictive Analytics to Talent Acquisition Suite, and Pizza Hut Manager’s Threatening Employees Letter on Hurricane Irma.


HRExaminer v8.13

Jamie Resker makes a case for Why Eliminating Performance Reviews isn’t Just Another Trend.

Why is it so hard for marketing people to understand that any surveys they generate will always be suspect? John Sumser has the story in, Survey Sez.

On episode 115 of HR Tech Weekly: Using a satnav switches off part of your brain, Ultimate Conference Connections 2017, Apple purchases iOS Automation App Workflow, and Jellyvision Secures $20 Million in Funding for Employee Communication Platform.

Lars Schmidt is the Founder of Amplify Talent, a boutique agency that helps companies like Hootsuite, NPR, and SpaceX re-imagine the intersection of culture, talent, and brand. Listen to Lars Schmidt on HRExaminer Radio - Executive Conversations.

Episode 13 of HRx Big Ideas Radio, covers Data Driven Organization Design. John Sumser chats with Rupert Morrison, an economist, recognized author, and leader in organization design, human capital management, and analytics. Listen to Rupert Morrison on Big Ideas Radio.

Why Eliminating Performance Reviews isn’t Just Another Trend

On March 28, 2017, in Editorial Advisory Board, HRExaminer, Jamie Resker, by Jamie Resker
“For the first time, we are seeing a major trend advocating the elimination of performance reviews and ratings in favor of adopting an approach that emphasizes more frequent performance dialogue.” – Jamie Resker