16 Social Technologies for HR & Social RecruitingHR Examiner Weekly Edition v 3.09 March 2, 2012
Note: On Friday, March 2nd at 2:00 pm ET, Joe Essenfeld, CEO of JIBE, and Michael Long, Head of Culture Branding at Rackspace, will discuss how organizations can maintain company culture throughout the hiring process. You can view the live-stream at the following locations: Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/jibe?sk=app_196506863720166 Ustream: http://www.ustream.tv/channel/jibe-news

HR Examiner Weekly Edition v 3.09 March 2, 2012

Social TechnologiesSocial Technologies
“The core technologies are gathered together to solve a specific business problem just like flour, sugar, salt and eggs are assembled to make a cake. In this article, the raw technologies are those found in consumer settings.”
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Setting the Stage of Innovative Talent Management Techniques Setting the Stage
“For the most part, the vast majority of Social Recruiting and HR products and services are just new paint on an old caboose. There is little, if any, real innovation in the fundamental processes and procedures of HR and Recruiting.”
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Sometimes the Obvious is Right in Front of You by Dr Todd DewettSometimes the Obvious is Right in Front of You
“Many things we do at work are assumed to be sacrosanct – simple, unquestionable truths. In reality, many best practices (things we should do) are the opposite of the commonly accepted wisdom (things we are actually doing)–
Dr Todd Dewett
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Retention? - Keep your human ressourcesRetention?
The very word retention makes it seem like the organization is the sole actor in resolving the problem of "getting the right people to continue to work at our organization". The company retains or it doesn't. The employees are the passive recipients of retention programs.
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on gender balance in HR - HR examinerOn Gender Balance in HR
“HREOnline: The HRxAnalysts finding that HR has become vastly female-dominated doesn’t seem to surprise people, but it has been sparking lots of conversations, hasn’t it?”
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