HRExaminer v10.21

John Sumser has a fantastic two-part series this week on AI Risks, Ethics, and Liability. After you’ve read about liability and ethics in Part one of the series dig into Part two for vendor questions and John’s thoughts on how to manage new algorithms.


Victorio Milian explains why you should develop, refine, and Learn to Trust Your Gut.


Bob Corlett reveals how and why managers duck risk in the hiring process. Is there an upside? Ducking Risk and Shifting Blame in Hiring.


On HR Tech Weekly: Cornerstone Names Heidi Spirgi as Chief Marketing and Strategy Officer, Shaker International and Montage Merge, Criteria Corporation Announces Majority Growth Investment from Sumeru, plus Mercer and ServiceNow Join to Launch Mobility Management Platform.
 

Learn to Trust Your Gut

On May 20, 2019, in Data, Editorial Advisory Board, HRExaminer, Leadership, Victorio Milian, by Victorio Milian
“For those looking to figure out solutions to the problems facing their respective organizations or careers, learn to develop, refine, and trust your gut. ” - Victorio Milian
 

HRExaminer v9.42

What happens to your recruitment marketing if you can’t articulate what kind of candidate you need or define the right metric to gauge your effort? Jeff Dickey-Chasins explores the challenges in, Articulating the Problem – or Not?

Mara Swan and Dr. Tomas Chamorro-Premuzic write about how learnability is arguably the main antidote to job automation. Read their article, Curiosity, not Data, Will Improve the Image and Performance of HR.

Victorio Milian asks, “I’m Privileged - What Now?” What do organizations do about Privilege?


John Sumser speaks with Jason Lauritsen, a keynote speaker, author, and consultant. Jason is an employee engagement and workplace culture expert who will challenge you to think differently. Listen to Jason Lauritsen on HRExaminer Radio.


On HR Tech Weekly, Slack acquires email app Astro, Microsoft 365 is getting AI-powered suggestions, WalkMe raises $40 million, and PeopleFluent Separates Workforce Compliance and Diversity Division and launches new Learning Suite with Merger of NetDimensions.
 

HRExaminer v8.44

Victorio Milian asks, “I’m Privileged - What Now?” What do organizations do about Privilege?


“We’re moving into the other side of the looking glass. Our ‘wonderland’ is developing labels and categorizations without regard to their human consequences.” John Sumser has more in, Biased.


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HRIntelligencer 1.24 Highlights: The 10 Top Recommendations for the AI Field in 2017. Automation vs Humanization: The 21st-Century’s Two Most Powerful Trends, plus much more.


John’s Guest On Episode 257 of HRExaminer Radio is Karin Bootsma, the Vice President of Marketing at RiseSmart.


On Episode 145 of HR Tech Weekly Stacey Harris and guest host Erin Spencer Discuss how ADP Shareholders Re-Elected All 10 ADP Directors, Cornerstone Receives $300M from Silver Lake and LinkedIn, Rallyteam Secures $8.6 Million, Glint Closes $20 Million, Microsoft Word adds LinkedIn-powered Resume Assistant to Office 365, Google and Salesforce sign massive strategic partnership, and Ento takes a step up on HR stack.
 

HRExaminer v8.20

This week, Victorio Milian shares a real-world example of managing by influence from the front lines. Read, Managing without the status symbols.


Heather Bussing has some effective remedies for dealing with the hard emotions that invariably crop up in life. Read, How to Get Through a Hard Day.



On episode 121 of HR Tech Weekly: ASU/GSV Conference #Education #Training, Larry Neal New CEO Skillsoft, Mya raises $11.4M, Cornerstone OnDemand Q1 2017 Results, and Oracle Lands Marquee IaaS / PaaS Customer in AT&T.



John Sumser talks with Jon Ingham, a UK based consultant and trainer focusing on HR strategy, innovation, and technology. Jon speaks at leading conferences around the world and chaired the first three HR Tech Europe conferences. Jon recently appeared on Sky news, BBC Breakfast news, and the Radio 4 Today program. Listen to Jon Ingham on HRExaminer Radio - Executive Conversations.


On Episode 20 of HRx Big Ideas Radio, John Sumser talks with Kate Bischoff about technology, law, and HR. Kate is an employment attorney and SHRM-SCP/SPHR-certified HR pro. Prior to founding tHRive Law and Consulting, Kate served as a Human Resources Officer for the U.S. Department of State and is also an Adjunct Professor at Mitchell Hamline. Listen to Kate Bischoff on Big Ideas Radio.
 

Managing without the status symbols

On May 15, 2017, in HRExaminer, Victorio Milian, by Victorio Milian
“While I was their acting HR Director, the organization was so small that I didn’t need to stand apart from the staff, hierarchy-wise. If I was to be more effective in my role, I had to step out of my office more and be closer to the employee population.” – Victorio Milian
 

HRExaminer v6.31

Paul Hebert looks past the headlines of the $70,000 minimum wage enacted by Gravity Payments CEO Dan Price in, The $70,000 Minimum Wage – The Rest of The Story.

Victorio Milian shares his personal account of developing his career and capability and how today, Professional Development is a Necessity.

On Episode 32 of HR Tech Weekly Stacey and John discuss the S.E.C.’s new rule on CEO Pay, Yearlong paid leave at Netflix, and Intel’s new referral bonus to promote diversity.

Listen to HR Examiner Radio where host John Sumser speaks about talent analytics with Andrew Gadomski, Founder of Aspen Advisors.

 

Professional Development is a Necessity

On August 12, 2015, in Editorial Advisory Board, HR Scoop, Leadership, Learning, Victorio Milian, by Victorio Milian
One of the top concerns for today’s CEO is cultivating a creative workforce that addresses complex organizational challenges.
 

Victorio Milian Rocks HR

On January 23, 2015, in HRExaminer, Victorio Milian, by Heather Bussing
You can’t categorize Victorio Milian because he does it all.
 

HRExaminer v5.41

In our feature article this week Victorio Milian discusses how candidate names impact hiring results and candidate experience. Read Victorio’s article, “What’s My Name?.” John Sumser talks about what happens to people when software creators remove key features of their software in a bid to increase revenue in, Breaking What Works. What’s the most powerful book that you read in 2014? For Heather Bussing it was Keise Laymon’s How to Slowly Kill Yourself and Others in America. Learn why in Heather’s article, Read Kiese Laymon. On HR Examiner Radio John talks with Mike Maughan of Qualtrics about helping organizations understand employee development and engagement strategies. Enjoy!