Meaning and Data in the Social Web

On June 6, 2011, in Amitai Givertz, Editorial Advisory Board, HRExaminer, by Amitai Givertz
It is impossible to fly by the seat of your pants when there is no indicator that one is even airborne. For those of us who are used to winging it when there is insufficient data to chart the course, measuring results from social campaigns provides a rude awakening. Unable to pace internal adoption with the dizzying rate at which the social web proliferates, escaping the gravitational pull of a world in a state of perpetual beta can consume more time and effort than staying in the game. Besides, where else can you get your emotional needs meet with 140 characters or less?

HRExaminer v2.22

On June 3, 2011, in Editorial Advisory Board, Heather Bussing, HRExaminer, John Sumser, Weekly, by John Sumser
It's happening all around your company all the time. THE EXPERIENCE. We call them candidates but they're strangers with first impressions and the keys to our future. Read more in this week's HRExaminer » Candidate Experience In 2003, I launched a small endeavor called "CandidateVoice". The idea was to audit websites based on their ability […]

Is Your Non-compete Agreement Enforceable?

On June 1, 2011, in Editorial Advisory Board, Heather Bussing, HRExaminer, by Heather Bussing
With a non-compete agreement, each state has its own unique laws and rules about whether, when and to what extent a non-compete agreement is enforceable. Find out if your non-compete agreement is enforceable.

HRExaminer 2.21

Who are the people managing the conversation in Talent Management? This week we unveil the Top 25 online voices that are achieving reach, resonance and relevance in Talent Management. Read more in this week’s HRExaminer » Top 25 Online Influencers in Talent Management (v3) On Wednesday we published the third version of our list, The […]

Criticality and Workforce Strategy

On May 26, 2011, in Editorial Advisory Board, HRExaminer, Neil McCormick, by Neil McCormick
Over his 30 year career, Neil McCormick has heard a lot of people label the HR activity they were focused on at the time as “critical.” It usually meant either blank space on the organization chart or crisis management. In this article, Neil explores “criticality” and how to determine what is essential to your Workforce Strategy.

Sex and the CEO: You’ll Need Street Cred.

On May 17, 2011, in Editorial Advisory Board, HRExaminer, Kris Dunn, by Kris Dunn
Street credibility is an HR leader’s currency that buys the right to interject themselves into sticky situations where people might think you don’t belong. It’s built over time and involves a good bit of give and take, and no SHRM program is going to show you how to do it.

HRExaminer v2.19

HR is full of confidential information, what you do with it is the focus of this week’s HRExaminer and Poll. Bob Corlett discusses what to do when your star employee leaves and John Sumser covers Influence Fatigue, Bersin Impact and HREvolution.

Your Turn To Vote – Comp Data Confidential

On May 13, 2011, in Editorial Advisory Board, HRExaminer, HRExaminer Polls, John Sumser, by John Sumser
The HRExaminer Editorial Advisory Board has weighed in. It’s your turn to vote. You are the VP of HR conducting compensation surveys in your company’s market. You discover the executives in your company make about 80% of salary and stock options that the same people at comparable companies make. But you make only 50% with no stock options. What do you do?

HRExam Poll: Comp Data Confidential

Among the critical and confidential chores that the HR executive must navigate, their broad access to employee and executive personal data (like pay) is one of the trickiest ethical environments. It’s only human to absorb some of the data in a personal way. How one handles this professionally is the difference between a powerful bit of organizational leverage and effective execution of the role.

They Resigned, Now What?

On May 9, 2011, in Bob Corlett, Editorial Advisory Board, HRExaminer, by Bob Corlett
When one of your top people resigns, your reptile brain goes into overdrive. Your cheeks flush, your mind swirls with emotions – anger, surprise, disappointment, maybe even embarrassment – and questions, always the questions. There are lots of ways for what comes next to go badly. But consider the possibility that a resignation is an opportunity.