HRExaminer v10.78

What happens after the furlough? Heather Bussing, Michael Kannisto, and John Sumser are back with the next issue of Small Scenarios for Changing Times. Small Scenario 8: After the Furlough.



Jeff Dickey-Chasins explores Coronavirus Impacts in the Recruitment Marketing Industry.



John Sumser speaks with Eyal Grayevsky, CEO and co-founder of Mya, home of their conversational AI recruiting assistant. Listen to Eyal Grayevsky on HRExaminer Radio.



On last week’s HR Tech Weekly: The Supreme Court protects LGBTQ workers, 20/20 GeneSystems New FDA COVID-19 Antibody Tests for HR. Plus, this week’s TalentSoft, ADP, and SAP events.


On this week’s HR Tech Weekly: Workday launches Workday Help, Journeys, and People Analytics. Plus, Microsoft and Workday Announce Strategic Partnership, and Degreed Raises $32M to Expand Career Mobility Platform.


 

Coronavirus Impacts in the Recruitment Marketing Industry

On June 22, 2020, in Coronavirus Pandemic and Work, Editorial Advisory Board, Jeff Dickey-Chasins, by Jeff Dickey-Chasins
With factors like remote work and increased candidate activity, how is the coronavirus pandemic affecting the recruitment marketing industry?
 

HRExaminer v10.72

What impact does a global pandemic have on the Recruitment Marketing industry? For example, remote work options currently marketed by employers as a benefit may soon become a given. Jeff Dickey-Chasins explores how Coronavirus will affect the recruitment marketing industry.



Paul Hebert looks at how COVID-19 impacts HR’s role now and over the next decade. Can HR Do The Job Required by the Coronavirus Pandemic?



“Hiring managers get no love. And maybe-just maybe-that’s why recruiting is so broken.” - Jason Seiden. Need to Fix Your Recruiting? Hiring Managers Hold the Key.



John Sumser speaks with Christian Sendler, the Co-Founder and CTO of Giraffe. Founded in 2019, Giraffe offers a fresh take on people analytics and assessment. Listen to Christian Sendler on HRExaminer Radio.



On HR Tech Weekly: John and Stacey discuss how the coronavirus pandemic is reshaping working norms, plus, Ascentis, Cornerstone OnDemand, Saba, and Phil Saunders.


 

Coronavirus will affect the recruitment marketing industry – here’s how

On May 11, 2020, in Coronavirus Pandemic and Work, Editorial Advisory Board, Jeff Dickey-Chasins, by Jeff Dickey-Chasins
Jeff Dickey-Chasins examines the impacts of the coronavirus pandemic on the recruitment marketing industry in areas like remote work and increased candidate activity.
 

HRExaminer v10.45

Sexual harassment is a nearly tone-deaf label for what happens in the workplace. In Ronan Farrow’s book, Catch and Kill, John Sumser explains how the stories of complicity through silence, intimidation by leaders, and the executive desire to look good will leave you feeling nauseated. If you are in HR, please read this book and then look around you and see what’s happening.



Why haven’t job board products evolved? Jeff Dickey-Chasins is a good person to ask (he’s known as The Job Board Doctor after all). With Recruitment Product Offerings, Change is Slow.



Data sourcing, quality, and control are at the heart of SwoopTalent and they’re doing a spectacular job of managing the quality of large volumes of sourcing data. The HRExaminer 2020 Watchlist: SwoopTalent — Automated Data Lake Management, Sourcing.



Talespin’s most observable offering is Barry, the AI character you can fire over and over again. Talespin is important because we’re entering an era where full productivity can be reached in radically reduced time due to XR-powered practice environments. The HRExaminer 2020 Watchlist: Talespin — Best Virtual Reality Deployment.



On HRTech Weekly: IHRIM launches Refreshed HRIP Certification, Symphony Talent Acquires SmashFly Technologies, Workday Announces Intent to Acquire Scout RFP for $540M, ServiceNow To Acquire Cognitive Search Capabilities of Attivio, and JPMorgan tests its Amazon-Berkshire health venture on bank employees.


 

With Recruitment Product Offerings, Change is Slow

On November 5, 2019, in Editorial Advisory Board, HRExaminer, Jeff Dickey-Chasins, by Jeff Dickey-Chasins
“Why haven’t job board products evolved? Is the lack of employer demand driving the lack of interest in non-job-ad offerings? Or is the failure of job boards overall to offer non-job-ad options driving the reinforcement of existing buying behavior?” - Jeff Dickey-Chasins
 

HRExaminer v10.26

On-demand labor is growing but we don’t really know by how much. More to the point, what is The Effect of On-demand or Gig Labor on the Traditional Job Board Market? Jeff Dickey-Chasins has a new analysis.


John Sumser continues his exploration of the limits of current thinking on intelligent software in management, particularly Human Resources Management. What Doesn’t Quite Work.


As John Sumser points out, it is impossible for a machine to know what it doesn’t know. Latency is the difference between what the machine knows and reality. Read, What Doesn’t Quite Work: Data Ages Like Fish.


John Sumser speaks with Carol Leaman, the President, and CEO of Microlearning Platform, Axonify. Carol is an award-winning thought leader with an impressive track record of successfully leading tech companies. Listen to Carol Leaman on HRExaminer Radio.


On HR Tech Weekly: Amazon Launches A Fully Managed AI-Powered Recommendation Service, Pryon Raises $20M To Automate Enterprise Workloads With AI. There’s also new funding for WorkForce Software, Degreed, and MentorcliQ. Plus, The latest Global Payroll Complexity Index.
 

The Effect of On-demand or Gig Labor on the Traditional Job Board Market

On June 24, 2019, in Editorial Advisory Board, HRExaminer, Jeff Dickey-Chasins, by Jeff Dickey-Chasins
“Depending on which forecaster or pundit you believe, the on-demand labor pool may be as much as 50% of the workforce by 2020 - or as little as 18%.” - Jeff Dickey-Chasins
 

HRExaminer v10.24

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 vastly underrated.


With his three daughters in mind, Dr. Chris Andrews examines the gender pay gap from all angles in, Equivalence (for Women).


Jeff Dickey-Chasins highlights how developments in Google and Facebook’s offerings have made big changes to job discoverability. Read, How Job Seekers Discover Jobs is Actually Changing.


Machines are easier to fool than people. For starters, the machine assumes that the data is clean. John Sumser maps out the unnerving possibilities for Gaming the Retention Model.


Six years ago, China Gorman identified seven leadership behaviors that HR pros were hoping to see their CEO champion in talent and culture-related areas. China is back to compare how today’s CEOs are performing. CEOs and HR: Then and Now.
 

How Job Seekers Discover Jobs is Actually Changing

On June 12, 2019, in Editorial Advisory Board, HRExaminer, Jeff Dickey-Chasins, by Jeff Dickey-Chasins
“Now we are entering a new age of discovery. Yes, candidates are still discovering job sites via search engines - but Google has ‘regularized’ the job posting, punishing those that don’t follow their schema, and rewarding those that do.” - Jeff Dickey-Chasins