Should Employees Earn More If They Are More Engaged At Work?

On April 9, 2020, in Dr. Tomas Chamorro-Premuzic, Editorial Advisory Board, HRExaminer, by Dr. Tomas Chamorro-Premuzic
“Around half of the variability in employee engagement can be directly attributed to the personal disposition of employees, rather than the environment they are in. If organizations are truly interested in engagement, should they not pay people accordingly?” - Dr. Tomas Chamorro-Premuzic
 

HRExaminer Radio – Executive Conversations: Episode #359: Charles Hipps, Founder and CEO of Oleeo

Charles Hipps founded Oleeo 25 years ago, launching the world’s first e-recruitment solution. In recent years Charles has focused on the application of AI and automation in recruiting. A graduate from Oxford University, Charles has lived all over the world.
 

Key Principles for Intelligent Tools and AI Deployment in HR

John Sumser identifies three things all companies should be doing with their HR Tech to prepare for their future with AI and intelligent software.
 

Sacred Cows Make Great Barbeque

On April 6, 2020, in Dr. Todd Dewett, Editorial Advisory Board, by Dr. Todd Dewett
The idea is so fascinating it became the inspiration behind one of my most popular original quotes, “Sacred cows make great barbeque.” The point is that a whole lot of what we hold sacred isn’t really sacred, it’s just the way we’ve always done things – and making needed change just might taste great. – Dr. Todd Dewett
 

HRExaminer v10.66

Jason Lauritsen writes, “The past few weeks have felt a little like riding a roller coaster with a blindfold on. Through it all, I keep coming back to the same question.” What’s the Right Response to the Coronavirus Outbreak?



John Sumser writes, “Just as humans have unconscious bias, machines have uncoded bias. Machines are incapable of seeing things that aren’t measured.” AI Hiring: Bias in the Code.



Everybody looks at titles despite ‘corporate speak’ about holocracy being a magic elixir. Mary Faulkner explains how The Cold Reality of Corporate Life is That Titles Matter.



Should we Rethink the Golden Rule at Work as it applies to leadership? Dr. Todd Dewett makes some useful distinctions on how to foster the principle of the golden rule while recognizing how you must apply it differently in the workplace.



On HR Tech Weekly: Stacey and John discuss the Kronos and Ultimate Software Merger, Strivr, Microsoft Teams, Qualtrics, and StoryCorps.


 

HR Tech Weekly: Episode #260: Stacey Harris and John Sumser

On April 3, 2020, in HR Tech, HR Tech Weekly, HR Technology, HRExaminer, HRExaminer Radio, John Sumser, by John Sumser
This week, Stacey and John discuss the Kronos and Ultimate Software Merger, Strivr, Microsoft Teams, Qualtrics, and StoryCorps.
 

Rethinking the Golden Rule at Work

On April 2, 2020, in Dr. Todd Dewett, Editorial Advisory Board, HRExaminer, Leadership, by Dr. Todd Dewett
“Let’s begin with a new and improved rule. For leaders, the rule is to treat others kindly with appropriate fairness.” - Dr. Todd Dewett
 

What’s the Right Response to the Coronavirus Outbreak?

On April 1, 2020, in Editorial Advisory Board, Jason Lauritsen, Leadership, by Jason Lauritsen
“For a moment, I wondered if I was wrong in feeling the way I did. How should I be feeling? There seemed to be a wide array of options based on the responses I’d received.” - Jason Lauritsen
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The Cold Reality of Corporate Life is That Titles Matter

On March 31, 2020, in Editorial Advisory Board, HRExaminer, Mary Faulkner, by Mary Faulkner
Talent Strategist Mary Faulkner writes, “They’ll tell you titles are immaterial. That no one actually looks at titles but they’re lying.”
 

AI Hiring: Bias in the Code

“While it is true that a machine can do a better job at relentlessly sticking to a narrow script, it cannot see or understand things that are not in the data. Unlike people and their unconscious biases, machines can only change their approach with new measurement and new coding. In other words, while machines may be able to address small components of unconscious bias, they cannot address all (or even most) of it.” - John Sumser