How to Fix Your Diversity Problem in One Easy Step

On April 22, 2019, in Editorial Advisory Board, HRExaminer, Joe Gerstandt, by Joe Gerstandt
“I will cut to the chase, so you don’t even need to slog through the whole post. You have a “diversity problem?” Fire your managers. Today.” – Joe Gerstandt
 

HRExaminer v10.16

Doug Shaw recently spotted a tweet from his friend Trish McFarlane. Trish wrote, “Just thinking out loud ~ increased #productivity is good, but does it kill time for #creativity? That got Doug thinking and pretty soon he was Finding His Way through Creativity and Innovation.


“Bias is always an issue with Intelligent Tools because the machine learning systems only know what they are taught.” Heather Bussing covers Legal Issues in AI with Bias and Discrimination.


Dr. Todd Dewett shares three great examples of fundamentally flawed - yet very common - organizational practices. Read more in, Don’t Ignore The Obvious.


John Sumser speaks with Jim Stroud from ClickIQ. Jim is an expert in sourcing and recruitment strategy where he has worked with firms like Microsoft, Google, MCI, Siemens, and Randstad Sourceright. Listen to Jim Stroud on HRExaminer Radio.


On HR Tech Weekly this Week: SAP Innovation Lab, ADP, HR Path, Learning Technologies Group, Breezy HR, O.C. Tanner, Kwench, 360Learning, and LumApps.
 

Don’t Ignore The Obvious

On April 18, 2019, in Dr. Todd Dewett, Editorial Advisory Board, by Dr. Todd Dewett
“Striving for excellence is difficult. Give you and your organization the edge by taking the time to reexamine the fundamental beliefs that surround you every day.” – Dr. Todd Dewett
 

Legal Issues in AI: Bias and Discrimination

“Bias is always an issue with Intelligent Tools because the machine learning systems only know what they are taught. And what machine learning systems ‘learn’ is sometimes surprising or just wrong.” – Heather Bussing
 

Finding My Way : Creativity and Innovation in Context

On April 15, 2019, in Doug Shaw, Editorial Advisory Board, HRExaminer, by Doug Shaw
“Creativity is messy at times, it is unpredictable, and relies on curiosity, patience, persistence and more. If you want to deploy it in your work – start with the curiosity.” – Doug Shaw
 

HRExaminer v10.15

Jason Seiden is exhausted, stressed, and the next time he has to make a big decision, he could really use someone who knows what the hell they’re talking about. Can We Bring Back the Experts Now, Please?


“Most of the time, the contract is forgotten as soon as it’s signed. So, where does revenge come into it? Heather Bussing talks Revenge and Contracts.


Would you please complete our short HRExaminer survey? You’ll receive a free copy of our 2018 report (a $299 value) as a thank you for your time. Start the survey here.


In this week’s video, John Sumser talks about AI and its role in the Recruiting Process at Elmhurst College.


John Sumser speaks with Lorna Borenstein, Founder, and CEO of Grokker. Lorna is a seasoned leader with executive experience at Move, Inc, Yahoo!, and eBay. Listen to Lorna Borenstein on HRExaminer Radio.


On HR Tech Weekly: Stacey reports on The 11th Annual HR Technology Expo, Hibob Receives $20M, Make School Looks to Add NYC Campus After $15M Funding, iCIMS Integration with Candidate Assessment Providers to Slash Costs and Time to Implement, Data breach legislation proposes jail time for CIO and HR execs, and Google Cloud outlines plans to take firm deeper into the enterprise.
 

Revenge and Contracts

On April 9, 2019, in Editorial Advisory Board, Employment Law, Heather Bussing, HRExaminer, by Heather Bussing
“I’ve been thinking a lot about contracts. Most of the time, it doesn’t matter what’s in them, because people do what they say they are going to do. The important thing is what’s happening in the world, not the paper the lawyers are playing with.” – Heather Bussing
 

Can We Bring Back the Experts Now, Please?

On April 8, 2019, in 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
 

HRExaminer v10.14

Heather Bussing writes, “Nobody likes getting fired. And nobody likes firing people. (Well, maybe weasels and sociopaths.)” With that said, When is Termination a Good Thing?


Bob Corlett explains, “Through hundreds of searches, it’s the person we initially had a hunch about - the outlier, the slightly off-spec person who had the best chance of being hired.” When Should Recruiters Trust Their Gut?


Would you please complete our short HRExaminer survey? You’ll receive a free copy of our 2018 report (a $299 value) as a thank you for your time. Start the survey here.


In this week’s video, John Sumser talks about HR Technology Over The Last Decade.


John Sumser speaks with Bobby Kolba, the VP of Engineering at Textio where he leads the engineering, data science, and technical program management teams. Listen to Bobby Kolba on HRExaminer Radio.


On HR Tech Weekly: This Week, We Have Updates From Stacey And John From The Ultimate Connections 19 Event, Amazon Will Release Conversational Knowledge Data Set of More Than 4 Million Words, Automattic Launches Happy Tools Distributed Workforce Products, and ActivTrak Raises $20M For Employee Monitoring Software.
 

When Should Recruiters Trust Their Gut?

On April 2, 2019, in Bob Corlett, Editorial Advisory Board, HRExaminer, Recruiting Wisdom, by Bob Corlett
“We know from experience that after a rigorous interview process, almost half of the people who ultimately get the job are the very same people that our clients were initially reluctant to see. ” – Bob Corlett