January, 2008

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Talent Management Suites: Research Launched

Josh Bersin

We just released the largest-ever research study on the market for talent management suites. This research took place over the last 18 months and is the result of an exhaustive analysis of 20 vendors, 800+ HR managers, and in-depth meetings with more than 50 organizations. Leighanne Levensaler, our principal analyst in this area, is. Read more» The post Talent Management Suites: Research Launched appeared first on JOSH BERSIN.

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Not Quite Convicted

Evil HR Lady

I was recently terminated from an employer because they had claimed that I had provided false and inaccurate information on my employment application which I dispute. In particular, there was a question asking if "I had ever been convicted for a crime in which a pardon has not been granted?". The answer to this question is no and that is what I answered.

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The truth about the HR department

Strategic HCM

The latest ' Why we Hate HR ' rant has been run by the FT today. Private equity boss, Luke Johnson , criticises HR as a 'necessary evil', 'a simple expense, and a burden on the backs of productive workers'. I don't think Johnson provides a very powerful or coherent argument, and its noticeable that he only seems to see HR's role in connection to employee problems (something to do with his own management style perhaps?).

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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 A primary reason why Ive started an external blog is to share and elicit insights about how organizations are using social software to improve the way they work.

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6 Strategies to Navigate Social Determinants of Health for a Better Workplace

In today’s dynamic work landscape, where the lines between personal and professional life blur, understanding the intricate interplay between social determinants of health (SDoH) and emotional wellbeing is paramount. Employers must acknowledge that the whole person comes to work and every aspect of a person’s personal and professional life, especially their mental health, comes with them.

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The Bamboo Project Blog: The Social Media Spiral

The Bamboo Project Blog

The Bamboo Project Blog « No Excuses Leadership | Main | The Social Media Spiral Revisited » The Social Media Spiral One of the first things you learn as a trainer is that you have to anchor new knowledge in previous knowledge. That is, for people to understand new concepts and develop new skills, you have to start with what they already know.

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Transparent Office: Email overload: what went wrong?

Transparent Office

Transparent Office Michael Idinopuloss Blog on Social Software in the Enterprise Home Archives Subscribe « Whos Afraid of Orphaned Pages? | Main | McAfee on Widening the Flow » January 17, 2008 Email overload: what went wrong? Every so often I run across a historic quote that reminds me how little weve advanced. Heres a good one I just found, from Jakob Nielsen back in 2000.