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HRExaminer v9.32

Mary Faulkner explores why your action plans may not be resulting in real action. Read, There is no “action” in your action plans.


What if HR was Outlawed? Read a fresh perspective on the danger of irrelevance from Jason Lauritsen.


Things change all the time. Knowing this often feels worse. This is the dilemma almost all employees face dealing with technology. Heather Bussing guides us through Time and Change.


John Sumser speaks with Michael Beygelman, the CEO of Joberate, a workforce analytics platform that helps organizations make talent decisions. Listen to HRExaminer Radio.

On HR Tech Weekly: John discusses his follow-up report on Intelligent Software and AI, New CEO and Funding for Namely, and Walmart on-demand paycheck app available to 200,000 Employees.
 

HR Tech Weekly: Episode #182: Stacey Harris and John Sumser

On August 10, 2018, in HR Tech Weekly, HRExaminer, HRExaminer Radio, Radio, by John Sumser
John discusses his follow-up report on Intelligent Software and AI, New CEO and Funding for Namely, and Walmart on-demand paycheck app available to 200,000 Employees.
 

Time and Change

On August 9, 2018, in Editorial Advisory Board, Heather Bussing, HR Technology, HRExaminer, by Heather Bussing
“It is so important to take into account the time and work involved in change when evaluating the benefits of any new program or tool. It is frustrating, dispiriting, and expensive when the software that is supposed to help us just becomes the work.” – Heather Bussing
 

HRExaminer Radio – Executive Conversations: Episode #285: Michael Beygelman, CEO of Joberate

On August 8, 2018, in HRExaminer, HRExaminer Radio, HRX Radio – Executive Conversations, by John Sumser
John Sumser speaks with Michael Beygelman, the CEO of Joberate, a Boston-area technology company that has developed a workforce analytics platform that helps organizations make better talent decisions.
 

What if HR was Outlawed?

On August 7, 2018, in Editorial Advisory Board, HRExaminer, Jason Lauritsen, by Jason Lauritsen
“To explore the degree to which your HR organization is designed to produce the results your CEO is seeking, try asking yourself this question: What would happen to your HR department if HR was outlawed?” – Jason Lauritsen
 

There is no “action” in your action plans

On August 6, 2018, in Engagement, HRExaminer, Leadership, Mary Faulkner, by Mary Faulkner
“It sounds good to have an action plan, right? But action plans can be the ultimate check-the-box activity.” Mary Faulkner explores some of the main reasons why your action plans may not be resulting in real action.
 

HRExaminer v9.31

The co-working company WeWork just announced a “Vegetarian only” food policy at company events. Heather Bussing explains Why WeWork’s Vegetarian Policy Won’t Work.


Paul Hebert says that HR Needs to Follow the Right Rabbit and we couldn’t agree more.


Cities are increasingly organized by profession. Seattle for Software, Los Angeles for Entertainment, and so on. John Sumser takes us on a tour of Guild Cities.


Heather Bussing points out the warning signs in, When Companies Stop Innovating.


On HR Tech Weekly: There’s acquisition news from ADP, Workday and Bullhorn. Salary.com is merging with Compdata Surveys. There’s new funding for CultureAmp, GustoHQ, and League. Plus, John and Stacey discuss Change Management, Payroll, Compensation, Culture, and Benefits.
 

HR Tech Weekly: Episode #181: Stacey Harris and John Sumser

On August 3, 2018, in HR Tech Weekly, HRExaminer, HRExaminer Radio, Radio, by John Sumser
ADP Acquires Celergo, Workday closes purchase of Adaptive Insights, Bullhorn acquires Invenias, and Salary.com merges with Compdata Surveys. There’s funding news from CultureAmp, GustoHQ, and League. Plus, John and Stacey discuss Change Management, Payroll, Compensation, Culture, and Benefits.
 

When Companies Stop Innovating

The way to tell when a company has stopped innovating is when it starts filing lawsuits to protect the status quo.
 

Guild Cities

On August 1, 2018, in HRExaminer, by John Sumser
2009 marked the first time in history that more people lived in the city than on the farm. One of the most interesting features of our cities is that they are increasingly organized by profession. John Sumser explains Guild Cities.