Tag: Thought

HR.com Launches 30+ Virtual Events in 2021, Creating Numerous Opportunities to Bring Together Thought Leaders in Various HR Specialties

Jacksons Point, Ontario, Canada – HR.com, the largest network of human resources (HR) executives, has launched the first of more than thirty virtual events for … The post HR.com Launches 30+ Virtual Events in 2021, Creating Numerous Opportunities to Bring Together Thought Leaders in Various HR Specialties appeared first on HR Tech Feed.

The 5 Faces of Thought Leader!

I’m not sure when this started, but over the past few years I’ve been introduced as a “Thought Leader”.  At first, it was flattering.  Wow, a ‘Thought Leader’!  I wasn’t sure what it meant, but it sounded cool.  You mean, I’m a ‘Thought Leader’ like Steve Jobs? Well, slow down Sparky, not quite like Steve Jobs. Oh!? Than a Thought Leader like whom?  (The…

For Techies, Remote Work Is Great. And Benefits Even Better Than We Thought.

Yesterday I read a fascinating study by Dice, one of the leading tech recruitment firms. Amazingly, despite all the talk about Zoom Fatigue and all the challenges with children, dogs, and family distractions at home, people LOVE remote work. Look at the data. First, almost 2/3 of tech workers would prefer to work at … Read more» The post For Techies, Remote Work Is…

Successfactors – How to configure “Thought of the Day” daily morning email notification to all employees

I am Anandhu S, Successfactors Consultant – Blueprint Technologies, Bangalore. Here I would like to explain the process of configuring daily scheduled automated Thought of the Day email notifications to all employees in Successfactors instance.   PURPOSE Daily morning a new positive quote will always give a positive vibe to humans which will reflect throughout the day. Here we can use Successfactors as a…

Diversity of Thought, Not Look

Let me start by saying that I’m a big advocate for diversity.  And this post isn’t suggesting otherwise. In fact, quite the opposite. I’ve seen the power of diversity first-hand many times – assembling a diverse group of folks attacking a problem or issue from every possible angle and dimension, one goal in mind, collectively architecting a solution that broaches on the impossible from…

4 Ways You Never Thought of to Improve Executive Diversity

Don’t be confused by the title of this DisruptHR talk. “Making The Most Of Your Seat At The Table” is about leveraging that seat — or your near seat — to advocate for diversity. That doesn’t mean charts and graphs and programs to create a more balanced workforce. Lori Knowlton’s talk is about modeling the values of diversity and gender parity in particular.

Implementation Rules – Thought Leadership Drools.

I read recently that 90% of the world’s data has been created in the last two years alone. Notice it doesn’t say “knowledge.” Just data. I can’t help but think when that much… let’s call it “stuff” to not offend delicate ears… is generated that quickly, we are guaranteed to miss a few important ideas. And I think that’s okay. We can’t understand everything…

Disclosures Show Median Pay at Public Companies Higher Than Thought

In the aftermath of the financial crisis in 2010 Congress enacted a law requiring public companies to identify the compensation of their median-paid employee, compare that to the CEO as a ratio, and disclose it each year. As noted by the SEC in enacting rules to implement the legislation, Congress provided no rationale for the rule, although presumably it was intended to highlight perceived…

Not a Whole “Lotto” Thought Went Into That Decision, United

You’ve all read about United Airlines replacing bonuses with a lottery and trying to tie it to their Core4 mission to become “known as the most caring airline in a highly-competitive industry”.  It didn’t go over so well.  In fact, it crashed and burned. The announcement was made public on a Friday, and by the following Tuesday United announced they were “hitting the pause…

Sourcing from Home Isn’t as Lonely as You Thought

Any extrovert who has just accepted a talent acquisition role that operates remotely will be met with this question: “You’re so social, won’t you miss that aspect of being in an office?” Or, this statement: “I could NEVER do that. WAY too lonely for me.” Said extrovert will shrug these things off and look forward to their new experience until it becomes strikingly apparent…