Can We Please Bring Back the Experts Now?

Topics: Editorial Advisory Board, HRExaminer, Jason Seiden, by Jason Seiden
“It’s not only been an awful decade for experts, it’s also been an awful decade for the people who need them.” - Jason Seiden

4 Things You Need to Know About Implementing AI

HR teams are uniquely poised to benefit from AI but adopting these solutions can be a daunting task. The CEO of AI and automation platform Talla shares four things you need to know about implementing AI.

Amnesia May be the Most Important HR Skill in the Future

“To really move forward I believe unlearning is our key skill for the future. But that will be problematic for most. We know how to learn. We don’t know how to unlearn. At least not intuitively.” - Paul Hebert

One Little Secret about Writing Great Contracts

Topics: Heather Bussing, HRExaminer, Policies, by Heather Bussing
“So why are contracts so long and convoluted? I’m not sure. But I think the lawyers are uncomfortable because they don’t really understand the work. So they put in a bunch of stuff to manage risk and cover their butts.” - Heather Bussing

HRExaminer v10.80

The pandemic has revealed existing problems within some institutions that were troubled long before anyone had ever heard of COVID-19. In this issue of Small Scenarios for Changing Times Heather Bussing, Michael Kannisto, and John Sumser look at the transition from school to work. Small Scenario № 10: Lost Generation.

There’s nothing like a crisis to trigger significant reform. Neil McCormick writes on Managing your Workforce post-pandemic.

Certain kinds of change are difficult for employees and diminish trust across your organization. Dr. Todd Dewett explains the steps that lead to Increased Trust.

What a treat. John Sumser speaks with his son Ray Sumser, a multimedia artist whose work explores underlying structural analogies between diverse art disciplines. Listen to Ray Sumser on HR Examiner Radio.

On this week’s HR Tech Weekly: Stacey and John discuss the upheaval in business and HR caused by societal changes and the coronavirus pandemic. Plus, Ultimate Software, Kronos, and Workplace Inequities.



Topics: Dr. Todd Dewett, Editorial Advisory Board, HRExaminer, by Dr. Todd Dewett
“Regardless of how some set of circumstances has created a particular level of trust, trust can be increased.” - Dr. Todd Dewett

Managing your Workforce post-pandemic

This article highlights a framework of initial questions leaders should be asking about their business post-COVID-19. The steps detailed are a summary of programs that have been successfully used over many years of consulting. They are equally applicable to small and medium businesses as well large enterprise. ” - Neil McCormick

HRExaminer v10.79

Before we bring people back to work, reimagine what is necessary. Heather Bussing and John Sumser suggest Rethinking Work in Small Scenario № 9.

“How can we reasonably expect people to recall, write, and talk about performance twelve months ago?” Jamie Resker explores Performance Management during the Coronavirus Pandemic.

Don Weinstein from ADP is back for another dynamic conversation with host John Sumser (Don’s last appearance on HR Examiner was on Episode #339 in September of last year). Listen to Don Weinstein is on HRExaminer Radio.

Bob Corlett examines how the pandemic is making radical changes to What the Modern Executive Search Firm Looks Like.

On this week’s HR Tech Weekly: Workforce Institute at Kronos Appoints New Executive Director, New Study from Redthread Research on Women, Performance Management, and COVID-19. Plus, Doom and Gloom, People Analytics, and Rethink.


What the Modern Executive Search Firm Looks Like Today

“Every executive search firm is called upon to reconsider who we serve, what services we offer, and how we deliver those services.” - Bob Corlett

Performance Management during the Coronavirus Pandemic

So, in the time of “What day is it?”, how can we reasonably expect people to recall, write, and talk about performance twelve months ago?