115% Increase in Telecommuting since 2005, Says Report

HR Daily Advisor

This report is the most up-to-date and comprehensive data analysis available on the state of telecommuting in the United States, and includes recent trends. increased 115% between 2005 and 2015. . million in 2005 (a 115 % increase since 2005).

Knowledge-at-work: SSE - web feeds go hyper

Knowledge-at-work

Knowledge-at-work Personal thoughts about learning, community and social affordances for knowledge creation « Thinking of annotation | Main | The pull of podcasting » November 24, 2005 SSE - web feeds go hyper Bi-directional SSE feeds take notifcation (RSS) to the next level adding annotation & synchronization functionality. SSE permits users A and B to share data in duplex or bidirectional mode. SSE allows subscribers access to data based on a date/time stamp.

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Knowledge-at-work: RMBL - what does it mean for KM?

Knowledge-at-work

Knowledge-at-work Personal thoughts about learning, community and social affordances for knowledge creation « Learning & web2.0 | Main | Reflecting on knowledge spaces » December 04, 2005 RMBL - what does it mean for KM? Check out some legacy data: [link] Posted by: Matt Moore | December 28, 2005 at 07:28 AM Verify your Comment Previewing your Comment Posted by: | This is only a preview.

Knowledge-at-work: KM - those first steps

Knowledge-at-work

Main | Shallow vs. deep KM » October 14, 2005 KM - those first steps Where to start a KM project? Read More] Tracked on October 15, 2005 at 06:13 PM Comments "Expertise registers and directories" are a quick win?!? Posted by: James Robertson | October 15, 2005 at 06:38 PM Verify your Comment Previewing your Comment Posted by: | This is only a preview.

Knowledge-at-work: KM disappointments

Knowledge-at-work

Knowledge-at-work Personal thoughts about learning, community and social affordances for knowledge creation « Collaborative filters & playlists | Main | Blogs & bicycles » August 27, 2005 KM disappointments A reflection on ideas that never quite made it. Posted by: marcial losada | September 26, 2005 at 01:02 PM There's a lot of work being done on Concept Maps in the US - these are a slight variation on Topic Maps.

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Knowledge-at-work: Collaborative filters & playlists

Knowledge-at-work

Knowledge-at-work Personal thoughts about learning, community and social affordances for knowledge creation « Mistakes & failures | Main | KM disappointments » August 21, 2005 Collaborative filters & playlists Been compiling playlists using iTunes and thinking what thisaggregation means. Read More] Tracked on August 26, 2005 at 07:39 AM Comments Recommendation versus AI. Posted by: David Locke | August 22, 2005 at 07:19 PM Fine post, Denham.

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Safe Harbor Certification

SuccessFactors

The deal is that the EU passed some regulations dealing with the privacy of its citizens’ data back in 1998 and the certification program was set up to help verify that US companies comply with [… Safe Harbor Certification is a program set up by the US Department of Commerce in partnership with the European Union.

Workday Podcast: Building the World’s Largest Collaborative Data Community

Workday

Brett Hurt, the co-founder and CEO of data.world, talks with Leighanne Levensaler, Workday’s senior vice president, corporate strategy, and managing director and co-head, Workday Ventures, about how the smart use of data changes a company’s culture, the early days of e-commerce, and how data.world has created the world’s largest collaborative data community. Take a listen here: Workday Podcast: Building the World’s Largest Collaborative Data Community.

It’s Not Information That’s Holding Back Talent Acquisition. (It’s Poor Data Integration.)

Peoplefluent

It’s Poor Data Integration.) According to a recent IDC report, there’s no slowing the digital tidal wave that’s headed our way: “From 2005 to 2020, the digital universe will grow by a factor of 300, from 130 exabytes to 40,000 exabytes, or 40 trillion gigabytes.

How Data Driven Hiring Trumps Intuition When Building a Rock Star Team

HR Daily Advisor

When the Harvard Business Review studied intuition vs. data driven hiring they found data does a much better job than human intuition. Why I believe in data driven hiring. The best data for the best fit. Tonya Lanthier started DentalPost.net in 2005.

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HRExaminer Watchlist: Planning and Data Governance as the Heart of the Enterprise: Workday

HR Examiner

Planning and Data Governance as the Heart of the Enterprise: Workday. Date Founded: 2005. Workday’s implementation of intelligent tools places planning and data consistency at the heart of the enterprise to improve productivity. They believe that ‘data is the new electricity.’.

NIST Releases Draft Update to Data Privacy, Security Guidance

HR Daily Advisor

A draft update to the National Institute of Standards and Technology’s (NIST) widely used data privacy and security guidance was released August 15 for public comment. SP 800-53 was originally issued in 2005 and most recently updated in 2013.

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Should Big Data Be Used To Measure Employee Productivity?

SAP Innovation

With the amount of interfacing we do with technology growing rapidly and exponentially, it has become easy for companies to track and collect data related to our behavior. Does giving employees a sense of control over the quantity and kinds of data being collected have an impact? 2005).

Indiana Reduces Recidivism Through Big Data [VIDEO]

SAP Innovation

states in 2005, and the results are alarming. Of the 404,638 state prisoners released in 2005, about two-thirds (67.8%) were arrested within three years, and about three quarters (76.6%) of former inmates were arrested within five years of release. Last April, the U.S.

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Everyone’s Got HR Metrics. It’s What You Do With Them That Matters

TLNT: The Business of HR

When Google Analytics debuted in 2005, the ability to look under the hood, and see who was viewing your website (and for how long), was all at once foreign and exciting. Over a decade later, our collective obsession with metrics and analytics remains: data reigns supreme across industries with promises to improve strategic decisions.

The rise of the exponential professional

Bersin with Deloitte

For example: Cognitive computing – Machines will analyze data sets, identify and apply new algorithms to process data, make decisions, and flag exceptions. Helps save hundreds of hours a year by relying on bots to automatically generate and QA data and perform analysis.

Corporate philanthropy: A higher level of social responsibility?

Thrive Global

The corporate environment requires depth of data and measurable activities to gauge return on investment and socially responsible activities should be no different. The company that invests in managing CSR data ensures that it can account for results transparently to support compliance reports. If these data gathering activities were included in CSR programs consistently, we could start building a barometer or index for CSR.

Building a Better Team: How to Use Personality Testing to Make a Smarter Hiring Decision

HR Daily Advisor

Utilizing data can help you make a better hiring decision. I know what you are thinking, “That kind of data is expensive and only reserved for companies like Google and IBM.” Now more than ever, data is more accessible than you think. by Tonya Lanthier, RDH, CEO of DentalPost.

The Five Keys of Employee Engagement - DecisionWise

DecisionWise

Apart from anecdotal accounts of increased media coverage, a look at data from Google Trends reveals that engagement is a hot topic. Specifically, searches of the term “employee engagement” increased by 122 percent during the period from 2011 to 2013 versus the period from 2005 to 2007.

Bypass Navigating the HCM Application Roadmap: Go Directly to Workforce Optimization and Business Value

Visier

What I’m talking about is the roadmap I suggested from the Human Capital Management (HCM) Blueprint that I laid out for the first time in 2005 while managing the Sierra-Cedar HR Systems Survey. Making decisions from performance data can ultimately impact firm performance.

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Why Having HR Measurements is No Longer Enough to Grow HR's Strategic Role

Cornerstone On Demand

When Google Analytics debuted in 2005, the ability to look under the hood, and see who was viewing your website (and for how long), was all at once foreign and exciting. Over a decade later, our collective obsession with metrics and analytics remains: data reigns supreme across industries with promises to improve strategic decisions.

CHART OF THE DAY: Election edition

Steve Boese

You know what, let's just get on with the chart, courtesy of your pals at the BLS , and then some semi-related comments and observations after the data. in September, just a tick below the data series all time high level of 2.3% back in September 2005. Like I said above, generally good economic news and data that has been trending positive for several years now. Want more data to chew on while still thinking about Tuesday's results? Wow, what a crazy few days.

Important Lessons From the Slower-Growing Gig Economy

Visier

in 2005 to 15.8% They recently repeated their analysis using more recent data and found the actual increase was just one or two percent. “Retail arbitrage” is how Juston and Kristen Herbert are saving $50,000 to adopt a child.

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Bypass Navigating the HCM Application Roadmap: Go Directly to Workforce Optimization and Business Value

Visier

What I’m talking about is the roadmap I suggested from the Human Capital Management (HCM) Blueprint that I laid out for the first time in 2005 while managing the Sierra-Cedar HR Systems Survey. Making decisions from performance data can ultimately impact firm performance.

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The Digital Development Of Social Work

SuccessFactors

In 2005, the National Association of Social Workers (NASW) and Association of Social Work Boards (ASWB) created a number of technology standards to ensure trained social workers were appropriately competent to serve an increasingly tech-savvy population. Additionally, an app that allows for quick input of client data to include health symptoms, mood ratings, financial security, and more, can keep social workers organized on-the-go.

CEO Lessons: Culture, Values and Profits are Intertwined

HR Bartender

When I became CEO in 2005 (moving from COO), I looked around and hesitated to make decisions. Even before that we began researching how new data storage technologies could and would reshape our industry.

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Employer review sites: Time to take them seriously

Business Management Daily

Since its launch in 2005, it’s become the #1 job site in the world. There’s a ton of specific data and detailed subcategories, and, again, a great interface. Employer review sites have become a major part of career consideration. As an employer, you should be taking them seriously.

Employer Strategies for Successfully Hiring Justice Involved Job Candidates

ExactHire HR Trends

Department of Justice’s Bureau of Justice Statistics, across 30 states 5 out of 6 (a staggering 83%) of state prisoners released in 2005 were arrested at least once during the 9 years following their release.

The Emergence of Gig Economy – The Future of Work?

Pragna Technologies

However, with emergence of technologies such as artificial intelligence (AI), vacancies in administrative support roles such as receptionists, Customer service, data entry, will decline. The gig economy is by no means a new concept, but it has expanded greatly over the past decade.

When an Acquisition Goes Awry It's Usually Because of Culture (i4cp login required)

i4cp

When the acquisition was consummated in 2005, both Sprint and Nextel had similar market capitalizations of around $30 billion. P&G and Gillette: Getting the best of both Conversely, when Procter & Gamble announced in January 2005 that it would buy Gillette Co.

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Burning Glass Technologies Acquires Tabulaex to Extend its Global Insight

Burning Glass Technologies

The organizations have complementary strengths, a common culture of robust data science, and a strong commitment to developing data and solutions that address the gamut of societal and commercial problems that stem from inefficiencies in the labor market.”. “We Tabulaex, founded in 2005 by University of Milano-Bicocca professor Mario Mezzanzanica, serves clients in continental Europe.

The Millennial Turnover Problem in the Financial Services Industry

Get Hppy

Based on recent data, it’s appropriate to use that phrase when describing the financial services industry. While many factors that play a role into this large turnover rate, looking deeper into the data isolates one glaring disruptor – millennials.

What do Job Seekers Actually See in a Job Description?

Brazen HR

According to data from The Conference Board , there were 5.7 million job postings this past November, the highest total since counting began in 2005. At this very moment, there are upwards of 5.7 million job posts competing with yours for job seekers’ attention. It’s true.

Hiring Homerun: How to Play Smart with U.S. Job Creation and Hiring Trends

HR Daily Advisor

What follows are a few key data points that recruiters should keep in their playbooks. Susan Vitale joined iCIMS in 2005 and serves as the company’s Chief Marketing Officer. By Susan Vitale, iCIMS.

Looking Ahead: The Biggest HR Trends in 2020

HR Digest

Most will lean on the power of data analysis to find the right fit. According to a study by the Harvard Business Review, the use of data analytics algorithms improves the decision making process by at least 25 percent.

The Chief Strategy Officer of the Future

Root

When I started in 2005, my customer was often the chief human resources officer, and the strategy office served as my one-stop shop to procure any of the data needed to tell the story of the strategy. In the mid-2000s, those in the strategy office I engaged with often paid little attention to our engagements, and the function was usually filled with bright analytic minds who spend 90% of their time on data and insights and 10% of their time thinking about implementation.

Super Blues for Employers on Super Bowl Monday; Losses Run Into Billions

HR Digest

According to the latest consumer spending data from NRF and Prosper Insights & Analytics' 2020 Super Bowl survey, nearly 194 million adults have plans for the big game.