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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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. Though the EEOC has long been the enforcer of employment anti-discrimination laws, the #metoo movement has brought more urgency to the issue. 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.

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Top 10 Reasons to Test Adverse Impact Correctly

HRExecutive

“The [Equal Employment Opportunity Commission]’s ‘Systemic Initiative’ to eliminate ‘discriminatory barriers in hiring’ — i.e., qualification standards — [was] launched nearly 10 years ago on April 4, 2006 — it’s not too late to catch up!”

Why Talent Reviews Are Now A Huge Legal Risk (And How To Fix It)

Pinsight

Without any objective data at hand, the process may be inadvertently discriminating against a protected group, as, for example, Yulonda Woods-Early claims to be happening at Corning , a multinational technology company. Example of a 9-box generated from objective assessment center data.

Why Talent Reviews Are Now A Huge Legal Risk (And How To Fix It)

Pinsight

Without any objective data at hand, the process may be inadvertently discriminating against a protected group, as, for example, Yulonda Woods-Early claims to be happening at Corning , a multinational technology company. Example of a 9-box generated from objective assessment center data.

Book Review: Applied Psychology in Talent Management (8th ed.) by Wayne Cascio and Herman Aguinis

Workplace Psychology

At the beginning of the book, the authors provided this confusing definition of adverse impact: “Adverse impact (unintentional) discrimination occurs when identical standards or procedures are applied to everyone, even though they lead to a substantial difference in employment outcomes (e.g.,

Understand Important Trends in Recruiting and Hiring in 10 Minutes

Paycor

For detailed action plans on how to find more qualified talent, leverage big data in the recruiting process, and how to use social media and marketing in the hiring process check out our executive summary. Using data to inform your hiring decisions.

Leadership: It’s All in Your Mindfulness

SAP Innovation

At stake were the jobs of thousands of people who would likely lose their employment if the deal was blocked by the Federal Trade Commission [FTC],” says Marturano, whose team was providing truckloads of data, expert witnesses, and other evidence in response to the FTC inquiry.