Unless media is talking about Russians, natural disasters, or Donald Trump, gender issues seem to be at the forefront of every news story these days. Uber is in trouble for allegedly treating women badly. Google is in trouble for allegedly paying women unfairly. And even Hollywood is in trouble for, well, you know.
A few years ago I began the habit of getting up earlier and writing in my journal, taking the time to be reflective, appreciative, and grateful. I went over my goals each morning and my values. I devoted time to reading stories and quotations that inspired me. Finding, reading, and journaling about these pieces of […]
Mark Tortorici – He’s kind of cool, he’s edgy, he’s funny, he’s smart. That’s exactly the introduction I was expecting from Shannon Pritchett when Tortorici came up to the stage to talk to us about “Reality Bites” – more specifically when sourcing strategies stop working and what to do to fix that. For somebody who […]
Some companies tell me about their plans for people analytics and soon it becomes apparent that their mandate is something difference: they’ve been asked to report KPIs. The difference between analytics and KPIs can be illustrated by how they think about performance:
The workplace is transforming, as companies take advantage of developing technologies and tools. The digital transformation of the global business ecosystem will ultimately impact employees at every level and every company. So how can businesses work with employees to help them navigate these shifts?
It’s the big HR Technology takeaways 2017! So, as you’re reading this I’m flying back home from ‘the’ HR Technology Conference. Another great show put on by Steve Boese and the LRP team! There are so many things I take away from this year’s show and I wanted to share some of the bigger ones: […]
It’s Friday the 13th – that means beware any black cats you see, ladders you walk under, mirrors you break, salt you spill and all other omens of a truly unlucky day. Whether or not you personally put much stock in Friday the 13th being a particularly unlucky day, most people probably believe, at least […]
The recent data breach suffered by Equifax served as a reminder to businesses everywhere of the omnipresence of cybercriminals and the damage they can cause. While the Equifax data breach was reportedly caused by hackers exploiting a security vulnerability, cybercriminals use an arsenal of weapons to infiltrate companies’ networks and access their business data. Ransomware […]
There is nothing in a caterpillar that tells you it’s going to be a butterfly. – Buckminister Fuller
Yesterday opened the 20th HR Technology Conference and I attended one of my all-time favorite sessions hosted by Steve Boese called The Next Great HR Technology Company. The idea is kind of a Voice-like competition where you begin with a number of organizations all competing for the title, once you get down to the final […]
For years I’ve worked on the HR fringe as a sourcer. And I say the fringe, because sourcing is truly a subset of recruiting which is a subset of HR. I didn’t start my career with the intent of being a sourcer, I actually started focused on being an HR generalist, intent on eventually being […]
A new recruitment company hopes to cut out the middleman by giving job applicants the direct contact information of the HR person or recruiter within a company. ZipApply says that by pulling information from a variety of online sources, it can find the exact people in charge of hiring for just about any location or […]
The number of job vacancies in the Middle East and North Africa (MENA region), continues to grow, as the economic environment makes employers more willing to hire. The post Bayt.com posts record number of new jobs in Q3 appeared first on AIM Group.