Five Links: How Things Work

On March 20, 2014, in Big Data, Daily Links, Futures, HR Technology, HR Trends, HRExaminer, by John Sumser
This edition of Five Links features articles about how things work. Usually, by the way, it’s not how you think they should.
 

Quantified HR 2: Hiring Analytics

On March 13, 2014, in Analytics, Big Data, HR Technology, HR Trends, HRExaminer, by John Sumser
We’re just beginning to understand how to ask the questions that get HR’s customers the decision support that they need.
 

Quantified HR

On March 11, 2014, in Big Data, Data, HR Trends, HRExaminer, by John Sumser
HR will increasingly be a quantified sport. The core notion will be that the workplace needs to know you.
 

People Who Make A Difference

On February 24, 2014, in Big Data, HR Technology, HR Trends, HRExaminer, by John Sumser
Rather than a passing grade in all subjects, excel in some and fail at the others. That’s what makes the difference.
 

Is Engagement A Near Miss Solution?

On February 5, 2014, in Editorial Advisory Board, Engagement, HR Trends, HRExaminer, Paul Hebert, by Paul Hebert
Homer Simpson, Paul Hebert and Fermat’s Last Theorem. Hmmm. What could go wrong with this Employee Engagement scenario?
 

4 HR Tech Trends from Buyer & Seller’s Perspective

For all the commentary and coaxing, it is the user that will determine the direction of the technology landscape.
 

The LinkedIn Lawsuit

The new LinkedIn lawsuit could be pivotal and far reaching in the arena of recruiting and recruiting technology.
 

Working with Humans

On January 6, 2014, in Editorial Advisory Board, HR Trends, HRExaminer, Joe Gerstandt, Leadership, by Joe Gerstandt
We clamor for more and bigger data while simultaneously avoiding some of the most valuable, and readily accessible information there is; the emotions of our employees.
 

What HR Should Be Asking Part 2

What is becoming possible is so far beyond conventional definitions of analytics that you’ll miss the bus if that’s how you approach the problem.
 

What HR Should Be Asking Part 1

More than a mandate, change is an issue of survival. It’s time to ask new questions.