HRExaminer v7.45

  Predictive What? HRExaminer Weekly Edition v7.45 December 2, 2016   It takes 40 minutes of dedicated time on the world’s most powerful computer to simulate one second of human brain activity. Yet, the more you listen to the parade of folks who claim that they can accurately measure people, teams, and organizations, the more […]
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HRExaminer v7.44

On November 11, 2016, in HR Technology, HRExaminer, John Sumser, Radio, Weekly, by John Sumser
CareerBuilder and Dice Holdings are being shopped. Big brands in the job board industry are changing ownership and generally trading at a steep discount to prior valuations (LinkedIn, Indeed, Monster and SimplyHired). What’s it all mean? John Sumser has more in, Job Board Shuffle.

Ross Clennett is the leading trainer of Recruiters in Australia and a no-nonsense firebrand. In his article, Ross Clennett Calls BS, he notes, “To report that 79 per cent of companies have talent as their number one priority is just laughable, and palpably false; as any review of the evidence would quickly confirm.”

Dr. Amit Mukherjee explores How to Prepare Leaders for a VUCA World (volatile, uncertain, complex, and ambiguous environments).

On Episode 95 of HR Tech Weekly: HRTech World Congress Update from Paris, Axonify raises $27M to gamify employee training without wasting your time, Parent Company Of Tech Site Dice Is For Sale, LinkedIn plots a place on the economic graph, launches Salary to chart what we earn, and the Pentagon seeks funds for new ad campaign to attract recruits.

Elaine Orler is chairman and co-founder of the Talent Board, founding organization of the Candidate Experience Awards. Elaine is often quoted in leading HR and business publications, including The Wall Street Journal, Human Resource Executive, and Talent Management. Elaine Orler is on HRExaminer Radio.

Keith Kitani is CEO and co-founder of GuideSpark, and brings over 20 years of digital communications and eLearning expertise to creating, building, and leading GuideSpark. Keith received his B.A. in Electrical Engineering and his M.B.A. from Stanford University. Keith Kitani is on HRExaminer Radio.
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