Irish Unemployment Rate Lowest Since 2008

Rezoomo

Alan McQuaid, chief economist with Merrion, pointed out that the jobless rate in October was the lowest since February 2008. The post Irish Unemployment Rate Lowest Since 2008 appeared first on Rezoomo Blog. The seasonally adjusted unemployment rate fell marginally to 5.3% in October.

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Best Leadership Blogs of 2008

Transparent Office

I'm very excited to share the 10 nominees for the 2008 Best Leadership Blog contest with you. The contest is again hosted by Kevin Eikenberry , and this year I was part of the panel this year that narrowed down the field to 10 best. One randomly drawn voter will be given a three month membership in the Remarkable Leadership Learning System. Here are the 10 (in no particular order): Management Craft : Lisa Haneberg. Leading Blog : Michael McKinney. All Things Workplace : Steve Roesler.

Talent management and ISO 9001:2008 Clause 8

Saba

Do you think HR has nothing to do with ISO 9001:2008? Using a talent management system can help you meet the requirements and certifications set out in ISO 9001:2008, improve your company’s operations, align individual and organizational goals, and boost customer satisfaction

NY-Toronto Law Firm KM Summit 2008 in Boston

Knowledge Musings

Doug Cornelius asked me to participate in the NY-Toronto Law Firm KM Summit 2008, which for some reason was held in Boston this year. This is a group of lawyers (primarily) who are very interested in knowledge management in the legal profession. There are a number of my friends from KM circles associated with this group, and it was great to reconnect once again. Unfortunately, I could only stay for the morning. Does Enterprise 2.0 = Knowledge Management 2.0?

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

HR Daily Advisor

Multiemployer retirement plans’ funding in the first half of 2017 neared its best position since the market collapse of 2008, according to a new study by the actuarial consulting firm Milliman.

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From 2008 to 2018: 8 Ways HR Has Evolved to Put People First

RiseSmart

From the 2008 recession to major technological advances, the events over the past decade shape how we work today. The world of work has changed drastically over the past 10 years—so it’s no surprise that the role of HR has evolved too. A few distinct global HR trends have fundamentally changed how HR practitioners approach strategic implementation of people processes

Softscape Settles SuccessFactors Lawsuit

Josh Bersin

Today Softscape settled the lawsuit filed by SuccessFactors in March of 2008. This lawsuit, which we wrote about in a prior blog post, revolved around a contentious sales presentation which was. Bersin & Associates, Leading Research and Advisory Services in Enterprise Learning and Talent Management.

I Wonder Why The Other Mothers At The Park Are Avoiding Me

Evil HR Lady

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After Talent Management: Enter People Management

Josh Bersin

Business and HR leaders have been focused on integrated talent management for the last three years now, and it is clear that talent management concepts, strategy, and solutions have started to. Bersin & Associates, Leading Research and Advisory Services in Enterprise Learning and Talent Management.

Five Reasons to Focus on Recruiting in 2009

Josh Bersin

Here we are entering the worst recession in more than 30 years, reading about layoffs, downsizing, and restructuring in almost every industry. So why would I start our 2009 research with a discussion. Bersin & Associates, Leading Research and Advisory Services in Enterprise Learning and Talent Management.

Life or Death: Building a Corporate Learning Culture

Josh Bersin

Witness the number of companies undergoing a wrenching transformation (read “potential death&# ) in today’s economy: the US Auto industry (GM, Ford, Chrysler) , the US Newspaper. Bersin & Associates, Leading Research and Advisory Services in Enterprise Learning and Talent Management.

Lessons from Yahoo: Enduring Organizations Manage Executive Succession

Josh Bersin

This week we witnessed another vivid lesson in the value of executive succession: Jerry Yang steps down as the CEO of Yahoo! Yang replaced Terry Semel, who spent years trying to build Yahoo! Bersin & Associates, Leading Research and Advisory Services in Enterprise Learning and Talent Management. Terry Semel

Fear: Does your organization have the Courage to invest in tough times?

Josh Bersin

You can’t pick up a newspaper these days without reading about more business downturns, layoffs, and lowered expectations for retail sales, automobiles, consumer products, housing, and. Bersin & Associates, Leading Research and Advisory Services in Enterprise Learning and Talent Management.

Where is the “Talent Management” Market going?

Josh Bersin

As the US economy lost 240,000 jobs last month and the unemployment rate rises to 6.5%, one of the questions I know many people ask is the direction of the “talent management&#. Bersin & Associates, Leading Research and Advisory Services in Enterprise Learning and Talent Management.

Restructuring HR: Where are we going

Josh Bersin

In the last year many of our research members and clients have come to us for help in restructuring their HR or Learning & Development organizations. There have been three major forces at play. Bersin & Associates, Leading Research and Advisory Services in Enterprise Learning and Talent Management.

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Now there are four levels of engagement

Knowledge Musings

Through a tortured path, I came to July 2008 Gartner analysis of future trends, specifically on the future of work and "Generation Virtual." Gartner Says Enterprises Must Create Separate Marketing Strategies for Generation Virtual.

15 tips for successful knowledge sharing

Knowledge Musings

Lucas McDonnell has a list of 15 tips for successful knowledge sharing. Reading through them, I couldn't help think of the Carnegie tips from How to Win Friends and Influence People. In both cases, the general principle is to listen more than you talk and let people have interesting ideas - no matter who really owns them. Here is Lucas' list (check the source for his comments): Share failures as well as successes. Don’t oversell your own work. Ask questions about others’ work.

Robertson: Ten tips for succeeding at collaboration

Knowledge Musings

James Robertson of StepTwo posted his slides for a recent presentation entitled, Ten tips for succeeding at collaboration (with audio). Along with the tips, he includes some background around the ideas he presents. Ten tips for succeeding at collaboration [+ audio]. view presentation (tags: blogs sharepoint wikis openpublish08 ). Here are the enumerated tips (in American English :-). And a few of my thoughts sprinkled through. Get ahead of the curve.

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How Sending My Child to School Taught Me About Why People Hate HR

Evil HR Lady

I'm a fan of transparency, efficiency and as little paperwork as possible. It seems the school system tries to be opaque, mind-numbingly slow and filled with paper.

HR Roles

Evil HR Lady

First I must say how much I’ve enjoyed your blog – it helped me a lot when I applied for a new job last year. Now (for only the second time in my career) I work for a company that is large enough to actually have an HR department! My question is, I see references to roles such as ‘HR Generalist’ and ‘HR Business Partner’, and I’m sure there are more I haven’t found yet. Could you please give a quick summary of the various HR roles and the differences? Oh the desire for Snark is overwhelming me.

Google Insights first look

Knowledge Musings

Blue = 2008; Red = 2007; Yellow = 2006; Green = 2005; Purple = 2004. It appears that many things I search show a general decline from 2004 to 2008. Updated: Fixed URL to Insights.

Work-in-Progress Culture

Transparent Office

Much has been made in the last 5 years about the democratization of publishing and how the line between publishers and consumers of content is getting blurred. It's an attractive way to describe the trend. Hey, who doesn't like more democracy?) But I think it misdescribes what's really happening. The real paradigm shift in Web 2.0, I believe, is the blurring the line between publication and collaboration. In the old days, people collaborated in private.

A Friendly Warning from the Grim Reaper

Evil HR Lady

I may have hinted a few times that I know a thing or two about layoffs. This would be true. In fact, if you see me coming, it's best to start packing up your things right now because it will save us all hassle later on. This, actually, is not true. Your manager would be terminating you, not me, so feel free to chat with me and share your Christmas candy.) So, here's the deal. You may get laid off. Yes, I know, you are a stellar performer and your boss loves you and blah, blah, blah. Humor me.

Thoughts about Talent Management

Working Girl

How to Make Better Decisions: Get Persian

Transparent Office

I’m always looking for ways to make better decisions. As an IT manager, I get to make a LOT of decisions every day. Some big ones, some little ones, but lots of decisions. So when I read the latest ChangeThis manifesto listings, the Persian’s guide to decision making caught my attention.

McAfee on Widening the Flow

Transparent Office

» January 22, 2008 McAfee on Widening the Flow HBSs Andrew McAfee recently blogged on " widening the flow " Building on my distinction between in-the-flow and above-the-flow , McAfee argues eloquently that the organizational benefit of Enterprise 2.0

6 Steps to Mapping Your Goals

Transparent Office

Note: This is a guest post from @Stephen, editor of Business Development in Context and a co-founder of the work.life.creativity forum. You can follow him on Twitter at @hdbb_stephen. Have you ever decided to take a long weekend and go on a road-trip?

Fail

Evil HR Lady

This has nothing to do with HR, but it would be so phenomenally horrible if it happened to you. But it would also be really funny

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Fail

Evil HR Lady

This has nothing to do with HR, but it would be so phenomenally horrible if it happened to you. But it would also be really funny

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What to do when someone is out of the office unexpectedly?

Transparent Office

A ton of things need to be thought of when one person is out of the office unexpectedly, and even more things when you’re shorthanded and stressed out. This year, my team has been stressed out and shorthanded a LOT!

Slow Hiring

Evil HR Lady

I am applying for an internship. I understand that the job is low priority to them, as it is indeed an internship, not full-time. But the hiring process is very slow. I believe I had a successful phone interview with a member of their HR, then was told that HR was awaiting a response from upper management regarding the position. The wait has now been a month long. I have been in contact with my interviewer and she welcomes me to call back and check on my status, but the status is unchanging.

Transparent Office: Supply and demand 2.0

Transparent Office

Transparent Office Michael Idinopuloss Blog on Social Software in the Enterprise Home Archives Subscribe « McAfee on Widening the Flow | Main | A Moment of Clarity » January 30, 2008 Supply and demand 2.0 Posted by: son | January 30, 2008 at 10:58 PM Thanks for the comment.

Make The Most of Your Assets

ReviewSNAP

Employee''s are a company''s biggest and most important asset typically consuming around 70% of a company''s overall budget. This is exactly why you want to make the most of your assets (employee''s).

Hiring for Attitude or Experience: The Answer is Clear

Transparent Office

After nearly 2 weeks, and 25 comments, and asking all you smart people what you would hire for, Attitude or Experience , here’s what I learned from you: Experience wins…. If you’re hiring for a specific skill set, like a doctor, or a computer programmer.

Transparent Office: McKinsey on Informal Networks

Transparent Office

link] Posted by: John Tropea | March 19, 2008 at 09:20 PM Have you checked out www.keyhubs.com?

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