HRExam Poll 2.1: Outsourcing Recommendations

On February 7, 2011, in Editorial Advisory Board, HRExaminer, John Sumser, by John Sumser
Our Editorial Advisory Board (EAB) is an elite group of senior players in our industry. Each member is an expert in a very precise niche. At the same time, the fundamental qualification for membership is breadth beyond expertise. We actively recruit seasoned leaders who have a definite point of view. Every couple of months, we create a virtual brainstorming session, the HRExam Poll. Each member is asked to respond succinctly to a topical question. The answers paint a picture of the state of the industry.

HRExaminer v2.05

On February 4, 2011, in Colin Kingsbury, Editorial Advisory Board, HRExaminer, John Sumser, Steve Smith, Weekly, by John Sumser
Analyze this HR! A better, more self-aware HR industry We start this week with a ground breaking survey led by newly formed HRXAnalysts. Joining our new panel is easy and you'll uncover hidden knowledge that could unlock your team's full potential. We've also got two great posts from Editorial Advisory Board contributors Colin Kingsbury and […]

Eliminate the Black Hole – Improving Your Corporate Career Site

On February 1, 2011, in Colin Kingsbury, HRExaminer, by Colin Kingsbury
“I’ve been thinking a lot lately about corporate career websites–and specifically, how to make them truly inspiring and captivating to jobseekers. Even the best sites — the ones filled with pages of lush multimedia content, built with luxuriant budgets and dedicated staff- place only a superficial gloss on the problem. All it takes is one or two clicks for a jobseeker to transport herself from that world of fantasy and into the bowels of the company’s ATS, where impersonal job descriptions and bureaucratic application processes dishearten even the most enthusiastic applicant.”

Mad Men HR: What Can Don Draper Teach Us About Talent?

On January 31, 2011, in Editorial Advisory Board, HRExaminer, Steve Smith, by Steve Smith
“You can complain about obstreperous Millennials all you want, but this is not just a generational trait. I actually think it is more a difference in communication styles. Top performers are always going to be restless and wanting more. Those actually seem like good qualities to me. Why wouldn’t you want ambitious employees who are hungry for more?”

HRExaminer v2.04

We Rank 25 Online Leadership Personalities This week we feature our first Top 25 List for 2011 – Online Influencers in Leadership. Dr. Todd Dewett provides analysis on what makes the Leadership Top 25 different from Recruiting or HR. John Sumser covers a two part review of HumanConcepts, the organizational planning and workforce analytics company […]

Top 25 Online Influencers in Leadership 2011

Todd Dewett Examines the Top 25 Leadership list This is the second HRExaminer Top 25 List focused on Leadership. You can see the first Top 25 Online Influencers in Leadership from July 2010 here. Introduction by Dr. Todd Dewett – Founding Member, HRExaminer Editorial Advisory Board – Full Bio Overall, I think this list is […]

HRExaminer v2.02

There's no greater struggle than proving a direct link between HR efforts and the bottom line. To address this we kick off our weekly edition with Neil McCormick’s piece The Output is connected to the Outcome. Eileen Clegg provides inspiration from the Institute for the Future while Heather Bussing shares what you need to know about Elder Law. John Sumser bites off a Generation of HR Buzzwords and closes with a new short series on Population Dynamics.

The Output’s Connected to the Outcome

On January 14, 2011, in Editorial Advisory Board, HRExaminer, Neil McCormick, by Neil McCormick
Many argue that the reason HR struggles to find value in an organization is the real or perceived difference between company goals and potentially disconnected HR efforts like talent management. Wouldn’t it be useful then to get advice from someone who has been both a successful CEO and knows HR inside and out? That’s where Neil McCormick comes in. This week the former CEO and General Manager turned HR Consultant gives us practical advice on where HR gets the relationship between outputs and outcomes wrong, and where to fix it. This is analysis that gets right to the heart of HR effectiveness. It’s this week’s HRExaminer feature – The Output’s Connected to the Outcome.

Financial Elder Abuse Laws- Paving the Road to Hell

On January 12, 2011, in Heather Bussing, HRExaminer, by Heather Bussing
“The road to hell is paved with good intentions.” As legitimate concerns for our aging population make their way into law, some of those laws could affect the way your company does business and the rules that apply to your older workers. The language of elder abuse law is so broad that it applies to virtually every business transaction with someone who is 65 years or older. It’s an important emerging HR topic that you’ll want to get ahead of. Lawyer and HRExaminer Editorial Advisory Board contributor Heather Bussing gives us the lowdown.

HRExaminer v2.01

On January 7, 2011, in Editorial Advisory Board, HRExaminer, Jay Cross, John Sumser, Weekly, by John Sumser
In our feature this week, Jay Cross argues that the future is about people powering better technology, not doing away with the people. Meanwhile, John gives us a case in point by discussing innovation in HR, which is about people delivering innovation through technology. Let’s call that a theme shall we? We also highlight a […]