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Dopamine, Motivation, and the Science Behind Not Giving Up

Employee experiences, including what motivates people, have come under closer scrutiny during the global lockdown. As businesses start to move forward, what are the implications … The post Dopamine, Motivation, and the Science Behind Not Giving Up appeared first on HR Tech Feed.

One Year of #HRFamous! Take a Behind the Scenes Look with the Crew!

On episode 52 of The HR Famous Podcast, long-time HR leaders (and friends) Tim Sackett, Kris Dunn, and Jessica Lee come together again to discuss the one-year anniversary of the podcast! Get a behind-the-scenes look at the first year of HR Famous. Listen (click this link if you don’t see the player) and be sure to subscribe, rate, and review (Apple Podcasts) and follow (Spotify)! Show Highlights:…

Your ATS Might Be Lagging Behind; Here is Why?

Read Time18 Second We all agree that the applicant tracking system (ATS) has been a popular tool in the HR industry and is used by approx. 90% of organizations globally. The recruitment process is becoming more complex with the influx of talent that is pooling in. Sometimes, ATS overlooks this complexity, as it lacks inefficient judgment and cannot make impactful choices.  The post Your…

Global Study: Are Proserv Companies Falling Behind in the Race to Organizational Agility?

The COVID-19 pandemic likely exacerbated what we found in our global study, conducted before the crisis: The majority of professional services businesses experience competing challenges moving to real-time planning, including lack of relevant skills, a bureaucratic culture, and inflexible legacy technologies. Professional services organizations are also significantly more likely than other sectors to perceive a bureaucratic organizational culture as a central barrier to updating…

It’s Not Always Artificial: The Truth Behind AI

This post was originally published on this site How That “Chatbot” of Yours Might Be Exposing Data to Unauthorized People The words “artificial intelligence” are thrown around a lot these days. However, there’s a growing number of supposed AI startups that actually have very little to do with the technology. Research conducted by MMC Ventures couldn’t find any evidence of artificial intelligence in 40…

The Strategy Behind Job Requisitions and Sourcing Candidates

In my previous blog, we discussed determining who needs to be involved in the hiring process and assuring they are aligned with the companies hiring goals. What next? The job requisitions. There is no perfect job description; no one size fits all. Some would say there are two kinds, bad ones, and horrible ones. Remember the good ole days of being hyper-critical of resumes?…

Sourcing Tips – The Science Behind The Syntax of Publication Websites

As I mentioned at SourceCon Spring, publication websites can be a tremendous resource in producing supplementary information and scientific skill sets to the forefront. Many scientists have “skeleton” LinkedIn profiles that do not include the full representation of who they are, what they work on, or what they do. Publications can help identify niche skills (like working with small molecules in a drug discovery environment) much…

Behind the Curtain at LinkedIn

I got invited to LinkedIn! Yeah, me, the guy who was blacklisted from LinkedIn because I tend to write stuff that isn’t so flattering about the organization. Before I tell you what I learned while at LinkedIn, I have to tell you that I had to sign an NDA the moment I walked into the building! So, what I’m about to say is what…

Here’s a Hollywood Lesson on Diversity — If You Don’t Get On It, You’ll Get Behind It

FOT Readers: It’s great to be here — finally! — and able to provide my perspective on HR and talent management from the West Coast.   Let me be clear about this up front: I believe that there is great value for companies that have a diverse workforce. But, building one takes a helluva lot of work. And, if you’re under big pressure to move the needle…

What's behind LinkedIn's dramatic fall?

While Facebook and Google's parent Alphabet both surprised Wall Street with better-than-expected earnings, LinkedIn's Thursday afternoon forecast for its next year so dramatically disappointed that business network's shares plummeted over 40 percent on …