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Good at Terrified

HRExaminer Weekly Edition v9.02 January 12, 2018

 

In Good at Terrified, Heather Bussing writes, “Fear is not something to fight, overcome, ignore, hide from, or defeat. It’s not a weakness. Fear is good stuff. It protects us, gives us important information, motivates us.”


What is John Sumser most afraid of in the industry, who was his biggest professional influence, and what is his view on the current state of HR Tech and AI? SmartRecruiters recently put these questions (and more) to John in an interview. Read, From an Interview.


Policies don’t fix performance, attendance, or behavior issues. Heather Bussing explains why you Should You Trash Your Policy Manual.


In HRIntelligencer this week, John Sumser shares a stash of insights, including an argument against using technology to eliminate bias.


On Episode 154 of HR Tech Weekly iCIMS Acquires TextRecruit, Paychex adds Tip Network, Monster wins US Treasury Department deal, New Gender Identification Option at the University of Toronto, and VCs invested the most capital in 2017 since the dotcom era.


 

This Week's Articles

 


Good at TerrifiedGood at Terrified
“I’ve learned to just invite fear along for the ride. I give it a little attention, tell it some jokes, and ask it, very nicely, to stay in the backseat. When the fear is insistent, I listen to what it’s trying to tell me.” - Heather Bussing
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From an InterviewFrom an Interview
John Sumser will be speaking at the user’s conference for Smart Recruiters in March 2018. Here’s the text of an interview John did with them.
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Should You Trash Your Policy Manual?Should You Trash Your Policy Manual?
Policies are not a good way to manage. Policies don’t fix performance, attendance, or behavior issues. So, what if you got rid of your policy manual?
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HRIntelligencer 2.02HRIntelligencer 2.02
Highlights: New York City’s Bold and Flawed Attempt to Make Algorithms Accountable. The Rise of Skeptical Reading. Design for How People Think, plus more. Read Now »





 
John Sumser asks you to kindly share The HRExaminer.com Weekly EditionI’d love your help
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HR Tech Weekly: Episode #154: Stacey Harris and John SumserHR Tech Weekly: Episode #154: Stacey Harris and John Sumser
iCIMS Acquires TextRecruit, Paychex adds Tip Network, Monster wins US Treasury Department deal, New Gender Identification Option at the University of Toronto, and VCs invested the most capital in 2017 since the dotcom era.
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