Awash in Data

Nobscot

He presents us with some common sense thinking on data and metrics. Our Blogswap guest post today comes from Frank Mulligan of recruit-china.com. Thanks, Frank!One One of the more useful elements of service offerings like Exit Interviews is the hiring metrics that repeated, measured operations will generate.But which hiring metrics?We We can always look to the net for information but checking out

Knowledge-at-work: Reflecting on corporate memory

Knowledge-at-work

» December 17, 2006 Reflecting on corporate memory Sharing via explicit, evolving documentation is receiving more attention as wikis and blogs move into the enterprise. The key to building a corporate memory, is not the content, not the review and editing process, not the structure, ontology or indexing, not the meta-data and the search facility - it is the informal affordance(s) that permit or allow access and empower annotation.

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Knowledge-at-work: Classification - does it work?

Knowledge-at-work

Knowledge-at-work Personal thoughts about learning, community and social affordances for knowledge creation « KM, decisons and problem solving | Main | KM awareness » March 19, 2006 Classification - does it work? A key KM competency is understanding and applying meta-data. Where this helps is as a bootstrap tool, suggesting possible [Read More] Tracked on March 19, 2006 at 12:48 PM Comments Automatic categorisation is not automatic it requires expert resources.

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Knowledge-at-work: Knowledge managers

Knowledge-at-work

Knowledge-at-work Personal thoughts about learning, community and social affordances for knowledge creation « KM practices | Main | Perennial KM issues » November 11, 2006 Knowledge managers The knowledge manager may well be an endangered species as the KM meme fades and firms rush to stay abreast of complexity, social networking and chaos theory. Posted by: Dr. Mohamed Taher | November 23, 2006 at 04:17 PM Knowledge isn't the dependent variable.

Knowledge-at-work: Knowledge and knowing

Knowledge-at-work

Knowledge-at-work Personal thoughts about learning, community and social affordances for knowledge creation « KM in wikipedia | Main | KM principles » August 02, 2006 Knowledge and knowing Knowledge as possession and knowledge as being, is one of those fundamental polarities in KM, time to take another look. If you analyse that definition it comes down to everything you do with data.

Knowledge-at-work: The essence of KM?

Knowledge-at-work

Knowledge-at-work Personal thoughts about learning, community and social affordances for knowledge creation « Capturing corporate memory | Main | KM on-line discourse » May 29, 2006 The essence of KM? Still, analytics, data mining, etc, do not in themselves explicate knowledge. Posted by: David Locke | June 24, 2006 at 05:32 PM Hi ! Posted by: Neo | June 13, 2006 at 03:00 AM Denham, You seem to me to have really captured the essence of KM in your post.

Knowledge-at-work: Talking up KM

Knowledge-at-work

Knowledge-at-work Personal thoughts about learning, community and social affordances for knowledge creation « Collaborative tagging | Main | Deconstructing KM » April 23, 2006 Talking up KM Recently there have been blog posts looking at how we can best explain and present knowledge management. The key is not the difference between information / data and knowledge but what you do with this distinction. If you deal with info and data, same deal.

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Knowledge-at-work: Knowledge as ecology

Knowledge-at-work

Main | KM, decisons and problem solving » February 26, 2006 Knowledge as ecology Reflecting on many years working, thinking and writing on KM, the strongest meme for me remains knowledge ecology. Stocks alone do not tell the story, with data on patents or other IP you cannot determine the potential for future innovation, predict the impact of retirements or the disruption of a merger. Read More] Tracked on February 28, 2006 at 03:51 PM Comments Knowledge is not just local.

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Is Your Employee Data Safe?

SuccessFactors

A Note: this post was written by a guest writer, and does not necessarily represent my opinion. That said, I think it’s important to host a variety of thoughts and perspectives on the blog and thus, I give you the following article written by Frank Lynn, Proposal Manager at SuccessFactors. As always, please feel free […]. Strategic HR Thinking About HR

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The future

SuccessFactors

Another post from a few days back on SystematicHR (I just can’t keep up with the guy) in which Dubs hopes that the future of SaaS is a world in which vendors can use abstracted data from their systems to help customers learn what’s working and what’s not for others in their business / industry. […].

From our research: Talent management is more than efficiency

SuccessFactors

Erik is leading a team focused on understanding - through detailed, data-driven analysis - how specific talent management behaviors drive business results – and then working to build those learnings into our product for the benefit of our customers. Note: This post was written by SuccessFactors’ Director of Customer Results, Erik Berggren.

From Our Research: Teamwork is a good thing. Sometimes.

SuccessFactors

Erik is leading a team focused on understanding - through detailed, data-driven analysis - how specific talent management behaviors drive business results – and then working to build those learnings into our product for the benefit of our customers. Note: This post was written by SuccessFactors’ Director of Customer Results, Erik Berggren.

Culture, Data, and Building a Business From the Basement

Workday

Separately, he talked to me about the company’s journey into 14 countries and the importance of data and company culture in building a successful business. We started Just Eat UK in 2006 and two years later we had passed the five million order milestone. Data is obviously a crucial component of Just Eat’s business. How did that develop, and how do you see the role of data changing as new technologies emerge? I know that to be true, because I’ve seen the data.

Full Circle Data Collection: An Approach for Reducing Turnover

SMD HR

All you have to do is integrate and analyze together the data from all the surveys you’ve conducted. We provide a thorough explanation of how to do this, along with a case study, in our recent webinar, Measuring Employee Lifecycles to Reduce Turnover: Telling the Story with Data. 2006).

Full Circle Data Collection: An Approach for Reducing Turnover

SMD HR

All you have to do is integrate and analyze together the data from all the surveys you’ve conducted. We provide a thorough explanation of how to do this, along with a case study, in our recent webinar, Measuring Employee Lifecycles to Reduce Turnover: Telling the Story with Data. 2006).

How to Improve Employee Performance: Make Everyone a Data Scientist

Bonfyre

Our data collection capabilities have reached the point where big data can help us understand the underlying behaviors and systems driving our workforce. In response to this new urgency, people analytics emerged as a beacon of hope in the big data sphere. We need to put big data in the hands of ground-level employees and empower them to become its interpreters. The potential of data science. The mapping software and data visualization tools enabled Sgt.

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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? 2006).

PayScale Index: U.S. Wages Grow for 8th Consecutive Quarter

Compensation Today

Wages continue to experience modest growth with variability across industries, job families and metro areas,” said Katie Bardaro, Vice President of Data Analytics and Lead Economist at PayScale. percent growth since 2006. Salary Data The PayScale Index wage growth

Finding Top Talent: 6 Critical Stats Every Employer Needs to Know Now

TLNT: The Business of HR

Job Forecast , more than a third of employers plan to add full-time, permanent employees this year, the best outlook from the annual forecast since 2006. “Where have all the candidates gone?”

Strategic Human Resource Management: The Basics

Digital HR Tech

2006 ). More emphasis on data. This is where data comes in. An emphasis on data is key in measuring the impact of HR policies. HR departments, however, are often not data-driven. Strategic Human Resource Management is essential when it comes to managing people.

How HR Can Tackle Diversity Using the Rooney Rule

Visier

The results were impressive – minority head coaching hires in the NFL increased from 6% to 22% in 2006 – and as the White House strives to show, the implications of the rule can be far-reaching.

Data Show New Trends in Workplace Sexual Harassment Reports

Zenefits

Activist Tarana Burke began using the phrase in 2006 after feeling as though she’d failed to properly respond to a 13-year-old rape victim. The post Data Show New Trends in Workplace Sexual Harassment Reports appeared first on Zenefits Blog. Employers have a legal obligation to maintain a workplace that is free of sexual harassment.

Racing For Talent

China Gorman

I know, it seems a bit of a stretch, but it actually works quite well – and Randstad has been the official partner of the Williams Martini Racing Team since 2006. The graphics are good and easily understood, and data are compelling. This is a data-rich, insight-rich report.

Why Deleting Your Facebook History Might Be a Good Idea

TalentCulture

We produce a mind-boggling amount of data every day, everything from posted photos, shared videos, likes, shares, status updates, ads, you name it, the list goes on. What’s the point of keeping it all, anyway, and contributing to the data overload? If you’re like me and about 1.79

Use of Technology at Work: Counter-intuitive Findings

China Gorman

A recent Pew Research Center report examines the impact that technology has on workers and provides some counter-intuitive data.

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ALJ Upholds $4.3M HIPAA Penalty Against Cancer Center

HR Daily Advisor

We are pleased that the judge upheld our imposition of penalties because it underscores the risks entities take if they fail to implement effective safeguards, such as data encryption, when required to protect sensitive patient information.”. Employment Law ALJ data breach HIPAA OCR

10 Years Later: Are People Really More Productive Working Remotely? (Infographic)

15Five

The data in the following infographic was extracted from a survey completed at the end of 2016 that compared questions and responses from several 2006 surveys. This is down only 6% from 2006. And what data did the rest of the survey reveal? We did it!

Multiemployer Pension Plan Funding Nears Peak Since 2008 Crash, Study Says

HR Daily Advisor

Plans with an asset ratio below 80% when compared with liabilities may have trouble meeting obligations to retirees and other beneficiaries, or face benefit restrictions established by the Pension Protection Act of 2006 (PPA). Benefits 2016 data DB PBGC

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Good News—HR Wages Are on the Rise!

Compensation Today

Here’s a little more information about the PayScale Index: since 2006, PayScale has tracked quarterly compensation trends—including changes in total cash compensation for full-time, private industry employees in the United States.

The PayScale Index Q3 2016 – Steady Growth and a Few Happy Surprises

Compensation Today

above what it was pre-recession in 2006. Digging a little deeper into our data, we found that wage increases significantly ranged across the US. since 2006. since 2006.

7 Surprising Facts HR Pros Should Know About the GDPR

Visier

This is when the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) — a comprehensive European data protection law that provides enhanced rights for individuals to control their data — will enter into force. As a comprehensive law that is designed to give Europeans more control over their personal data, the GDPR contains significant requirements. F or example, did you know that you are not always required to obtain consent to collect employee data under the GDPR?

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Reducing Risk, Optimizing Productivity in the Finance/Insurance Industry – #12DaysofHCM

Ultimate Software

Following the subprime mortgage crisis of 2006, scrutiny over financial management, risk assessment, and security measures vastly increased, and rate changes from the Fed have made tight profit margins even tighter for U.S. Data security is a top priority.

Predicting Employee Turnover using R

Analytics in HR

Now that ‘big data’ has arrived, the insights it provides are becoming an increasingly valuable part of that strategy. The dataset represents fictitious/fake data on terminations from the Employee Attrition Kaggle competition. Let’s first look at the data. load data.

5 Microlessons from HR Innovators at Cornerstone Convergence 2015

Cornerstone On Demand

Major forces of transformation like mobile technology, collaborative learning and Big Data are changing the workplace, and transforming HR as we know it. "[HR] is on the second year of a ten-year data journey."

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What Happens to the “Average” Worker When Average Work is Obsolete?

Cornerstone On Demand

Marc Pensky, who coined the term "digital immigrant" in 2006, described our current work environment quite eloquently when he told CNN, “People will always be behind now, and that will be a stress they have to cope with.” Crossing the Data Divide.

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What Happens to the “Average” Worker When Average Work is Obsolete?

Cornerstone On Demand

Marc Pensky, who coined the term "digital immigrant" in 2006, described our current work environment quite eloquently when he told CNN, “People will always be behind now, and that will be a stress they have to cope with." Crossing the Data Divide Data mining is another example of how work is changing. In the past, millions of jobs were created for people to input data. Today, computers input much of that basic data themselves and software creates more of it.

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CHART OF THE DAY: People are quitting faster than you can fire them

Steve Boese

comments on the data. Back in 2006, you could expect 2 folks to quit for every 1 who you had to fire (or layoff). Chart of the Day HR career chart data labor workforceDo you know what the best day of the month is for workforce trends and labor market geeks is? Of course you do - when the monthly JOLTS (Job Openings and Labor Turnover Survey) report is released by the Bureau of Labor Statistics!