How Do People Change Their Minds About Discrimination?

On October 6, 2020, in Discrimination, Heather Bussing, by Heather Bussing
“How do people change their minds about discrimination? What inspires you to abandon what you believed before, then believe something different? What if the question is not what happened or how does it work? What if it’s something you just believe? Religion is a good example. Discrimination is another.” - Heather Bussing
 

AI Ethics: Machines Only Know the Information They Have

“The differences between human and machine views of a particular task are complementary. The machine can see patterns and rules with increasing accuracy. But its picture is emotionless and limited to things that have already happened.” - John Sumser
 

HRExaminer v10.92

Mark Millett and Jamie Resker discuss the catalyst and outcome for dropping annual performance reviews at A.I.M. Mutual Insurance. Dropping Annual Reviews While Still Measuring Performance.



Will the future of work expose incompetent leadership? Lewis Garrad and Dr. Tomas Chamorro-Premuzic argue that if we want competent leaders then we need to change what we’re looking for in our executives.



Mary Faulkner discusses how the pandemic has shone a spotlight on HR’s capabilities to think around corners and solve unexpected problems. How will this change the role of HR in redefining the “new normal?” HR’s Evolution During the Pandemic.



On this week’s HR Tech Weekly: IHRIM, Phenom People, My Ally, Paycor, 7Geese, Oracle, Workday, AnyVision, Alexa, Diversity, Safety, COVID-19 Facial Recognition & Voice Analysis.



John Sumser speaks with Ken Matos, Ph.D., the Director of People Science at Culture Amp. Ken leads a global team of psychologists and researchers who provide clients with actionable advice on collecting, understanding, and acting on employee feedback. Ken Matos, Ph.D. is on HRExaminer Radio.



 

HR Tech Weekly: Episode #286: Stacey Harris and John Sumser

On October 2, 2020, in HR Tech, HR Tech Weekly, HR Technology, HRExaminer, HRExaminer Radio, John Sumser, by John Sumser
IHRIM Announces The Launch Of Its Revamped Workforce Solutions Review Online Magazine, Phenom People Acquires My Ally, Bringing Advanced Automation to Overwhelmed HR Teams, Paycor Acquires 7Geese, AnyVision Raises $43M As Demand For Safe Access To Shared Spaces Skyrockets, Updates on Workday Back to Work and Diversity and Inclusion products, OracleHCM Helps HR Teams Meet New Workplace Demands and Deliver Personalized Employee Experiences, and Alexa, do I have COVID-19?
 

Dropping Annual Reviews While Still Measuring Performance

“Managers, supervisors, and senior leaders are thrilled that performance appraisals are “retired.” Employees say the conversations feel more constructive, promote two-way dialogue, and allow for more participation versus the managers writing and delivering a review.” - Mark Millett, SHRM-CP, Human Resources Manager at A.I.M. Mutual Insurance Companies
 

HRExaminer Radio – Executive Conversations: Episode #380: Ken Matos, Ph.D., Director of People Science, Culture Amp

On September 30, 2020, in HRExaminer, HRExaminer Radio, HRX Radio – Executive Conversations, John Sumser, by John Sumser
John Sumser speaks with Ken Matos, Ph.D., the Director of People Science at Culture Amp. Ken leads a global team of psychologists and researchers who provide clients with actionable advice on collecting, understanding, and acting on employee feedback. He completed his undergraduate work in psychology at Amherst College, received his master’s in Industrial and Labor Relations from Cornell University, and earned his Ph.D. in I/O Psychology at George Washington University.
 

Will the future of work expose incompetent leadership?

On September 29, 2020, in Contributing Authors, Dr. Tomas Chamorro-Premuzic, Editorial Advisory Board, Lewis Garrad, by Dr. Tomas Chamorro-Premuzic
How we can avoid incompetent leadership? If we want leaders who are as competent as they are confident then we need to change what we’re looking for in our executives.
 

HR’s Evolution During the Pandemic

On September 28, 2020, in Coronavirus Pandemic and Work, Editorial Advisory Board, Mary Faulkner, by Mary Faulkner
“HR was never meant to be finite because people are not finite. We owe it to the people we support to keep wondering what’s new and what’s better, without the threat of judgmental retribution.” - Mary Faulkner
 

HRExaminer v10.91

When it comes to bias in AI you’ll hear two prevailing views. One assumes that people are the problem while the other sees them as the solution. John Sumser explores the two viewpoints in his article, Take 2 HR Viewpoints on AI Bias and Call Me in the Morning.



Psst, Do You Really Know How to Ask a Great Question? Heather Bussing writes, “Lawyers use leading questions to get people to say things they would avoid saying if given the chance: Isn’t it true that you ate the last Thin Mint? Then you opened the shortbread, didn’t you? And now the cookies are all gone, aren’t they? And I asked you to save me some, right?”



On this week’s HR Tech Weekly: Stacey and John discuss HR’s responsibility for Health & Safety, Paylocity adds Asynchronous Workplace Communication to Video, OutMatch Acquires LaunchPad, Microsoft Teams is launching ‘virtual commutes,’ and the U.S. Labor Department may make it easier to treat workers as independent contractors.



John Sumser speaks with David Karandish, the Founder and CEO of Capacity, an enterprise artificial intelligence SaaS company. John and David dig into AI-native support automation platforms. Listen to David Karandish is on HRExaminer Radio.



 

HR Tech Weekly: Episode #285: Stacey Harris and John Sumser

On September 25, 2020, in HR Tech, HR Tech Weekly, HR Technology, HRExaminer, HRExaminer Radio, John Sumser, by John Sumser
Stacey and John discuss HR’s responsibility for Safety and Health, Paylocity adds Asynchronous Workplace Communication to Video, OutMatch Acquires Recruitment Automation Platform LaunchPad, Microsoft Teams will soon let you schedule a ‘virtual commute,’ and the U.S. Labor Department could make it easier to treat workers as independent contractors.