Greatest Hits Edition ~ HR Examiner Weekly Edition v 3.51 December 28, 2012

Our features this week include highlight posts containing 5-7 articles from some of our popular topics in 2012, including The Skills Gap, New Architecture of Work and Employee Privacy Series. We've enjoyed your company this year and we wish you a wonderful New Year.


Five Links: Technology and The FutureFive Links: Technology and The Future
Quick review of a study that validates the idea that serial entrepreneurs are more likely to build successful businesses. Prior business failure is an indicator of future business success. The principle should be a part of succession planning.
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Skills Gap: The SeriesSkills Gap: The Series
A walk down any Main Street will show you what’s happening in the retail sector. It's shrinking and getting more technical. At the very same time, retail suffers from surplus and shortage. That’s what’s so tricky about any analysis of the problem.
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More Privacy by Heather BussingMore Privacy by Heather Bussing
“As technology makes monitoring everything possible, and data about people, their bodies, actions, and processes becomes valuable, privacy will be one of the biggest social and legal issues of our time. Here is the series we did on workplace privacy late last year.” – Heather Bussing
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Year in Review: Privacy by Heather BussingYear in Review: Privacy by Heather Bussing
“Allowing people to know information about you is not necessarily a bad thing. I like it when Amazon suggests other books I might want to order by the same author or about the same subject. I often buy them.” – Heather Bussing
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The Series: New Architecture of WorkThe Series: New Architecture of Work
In the late summer, we started exploring the new face of HR in the “New Architecture of Work” series. There are a number of driving forces moving HR into its next level.
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