HRExaminer v10.81

How much “unlearning” have you really done in your life? Paul Hebert explains how in the workplace created by the coronavirus Amnesia May be the Most Important HR Skill in the Future.



Most contracts have a bunch of words in them that no one reads. It doesn’t have to be this way. Heather Bussing shares One Little Secret about Writing Great Contracts.



Talla CEO Rob May, an AI automation specialist, shares how Hilton Hotels used AI to shorten their recruiting process by about 75%. 4 Things You Need to Know About Implementing AI.



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



On this week’s HR Tech Weekly: PeopleStrong, Shelly Singh, Leapgen, SocialChorus, ServiceNow, Deloitte, and AI from Avrio.


 

Amnesia May be the Most Important HR Skill in the Future

On July 14, 2020, in Coronavirus Pandemic and Work, Editorial Advisory Board, Paul Hebert, by Paul Hebert
“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
 

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.


 

Can HR Do The Job Required by the Coronavirus Pandemic?

How does COVID-19 impact HR’s role now and over the next few years? Paul Hebert writes, “The real hard work in HR is just now beginning. And we need HR to help lead.”
 

HRExaminer v10.64

Here’s a Quick Guide to the Families First Coronavirus Response Act from our resident Employment Lawyer Heather Bussing.



Paul Hebert looks at how COVID-19 impacts HR’s role now and over the next decade. Can HR Do Their Future Job?



The old ways of fixing Performance Management aren’t working. Jamie Resker has solutions for Modernizing Performance Management.



John Sumser speaks with Randy Womack, the CEO of Socrates.ai. Socrates AI is trying to improve employee experience with a new type of conversational presence. Listen to Randy Womack on HRExaminer Radio.



On HR Tech Weekly: Stacey Harris and John Sumser discuss the COVID-19 Response, Topia, Mmonaeo, Lyra, SHRM, Ceridian, Workday, Facebook, Cornerstone Cares, HealthStream, NurseGrid, People Analytics, and Grokker.


 

Can HR Do Their Future Job?

On March 16, 2020, in Editorial Advisory Board, HRExaminer, Paul Hebert, by Paul Hebert
Paul Hebert looks at how COVID-19 impacts HR’s role now and over the next decade, “The real hard work in HR is just now beginning. I believe this event will impact work this year, next year and the next 10 years. And we need HR to help lead.”
 

HRExaminer v10.50

“There is no baseline for engagement to be tied to. As an employee it is natural that my engagement will rise and fall.” Paul Hebert makes the case for Measuring MTBED instead of Employee Engagement.



Management practices over the last century have focused on every aspect of productivity. Where does that leave creativity and innovation? Doug Shaw writes, “Good work often reveals itself slowly.” Does Productivity Kill Creativity and Innovation?



Neil McCormick and Dr. Chris Andrews tackle Payroll Reform in 2019.



John Sumser speaks with Elizabeth Clarke, the Executive Editor of Human Resource Executive. Elizabeth spent more than 25 years as a reporter and editor in South Florida before joining HRE. Listen to Elizabeth Clarke on HRExaminer Radio.



On HR Tech Weekly: John and Stacey discuss Stacey’s work on her upcoming book about the HR Tech Environment, iCIMS, Degreed Acquires Adepto, EddyHR Acquires Pay-Role HR Solutions, Paycom Announces LMS Enhancements, Workday reveals Products Exec Shuffle, and 10% of meetings workers book are FAKE.


 

Stop Measuring Employee Engagement – Measure MTBED

On December 9, 2019, in Editorial Advisory Board, HRExaminer, Paul Hebert, by Paul Hebert
“Change is our only constant like any relationship, the employee and employer relationship isn’t static. We all grow in our jobs. We grow in our careers. The company changes its focus, its products and services, its market position. There is no baseline for engagement to be tied to. As an employee it is natural that my engagement will rise and fall.” - Paul Hebert
 

HRExaminer v10.48

Should we Rethink the Golden Rule as it applies to leadership? Dr. Todd Dewett makes some useful distinctions on how to foster the principle of the golden rule while recognizing how you must apply it differently in the workplace.



In this great talk, John Sumser perfectly defines The Transition from Enterprise to Intelligent HR Software and Solutions.



It’s Perfectly Legal to be an Asshole. At first glance this isn’t shocking. But, what can be shocking are the things we interpret as illegal in the workplace that actually fall under the non-protected class of “asshole.” Heather Bussing has more.



AI has begun to have a real impact on every stage of the HR process. Talla CEO Rob May, an AI automation platform specialist, shares how Hilton Hotels used AI to shorten their recruiting process by about 75%. Four Things You Need to Know About Implementing AI in HR.


“I think our increasing dependence on technology (and AI in particular) is increasing the dysfunction between the HR staff, the employee, and the technology.” Paul Hebert delves into The Twisted HR/Employee Relationship.



 

The Twisted HR/Employee Relationship

On November 29, 2019, in Editorial Advisory Board, HRExaminer, Paul Hebert, by Paul Hebert
“My premise is this: the HR-Employee relationship is dysfunctional and almost surely codependent.” - Paul Hebert