Collaboration Improves Information Security
Switch and Shift
JULY 19, 2016
Over time, information security can become one of the more frustrating items on a leader’s docket. Read More» The post Collaboration Improves Information Security appeared first on Switch & Shift.
Connecting “People Information” To The Organisation
MARCH 9, 2017
We also controlled what information was shared from our systems with other people. Our approach to sharing information from the core HR function was cautious, with a “how can we do this with low or no risk?”
Employees Want More Information About Benefits
JANUARY 26, 2017
However, studies indicate that employees need more information about their benefits to help them make more informed choices when the time comes. Now that open enrollment is ending, benefits communication in many workplaces will slow as the topic is shelved until 2018 approaches.
SunPower: Energizing Employees With Self-Service Access To Information [VIDEO]
FEBRUARY 27, 2017
Digital technology, especially mobile devices, has made it simple to exchange information across businesses. However, just like most businesses, its workforce of over 5,000 employees scattered worldwide still needed to get information quickly to get the job done.
Learning Insights Guide 2017: Progress with Purpose
always, conducting the interviews proved to be informative, revealing and fun. consume information outside of work. information in their everyday lives. amounts of information with a few clicks. information about why and how the. INFORMATION, YOU’RE.
The Transparency Advantage: Informed Employees are Engaged Employees
TLNT: The Business of HR
AUGUST 17, 2015
There are three specific types of information that are controlled by management and that have to potential to flow through to employees at any level: What employees need to know, what employees should know, and what employees want to know. It’s astounding how often it happens.
Information Culture Sets The Stage For Digitalization Success
JUNE 2, 2016
A BARC study explored the topic of information culture asking decision makers about the status quo as well as future plans for the development of information culture in companies. Figure 2: Top reasons for NOT using information for decisions. Make information easier to find.
Employees desperately need more information on health plans, study says
FEBRUARY 17, 2017
The point of these meetings is to give employees all the time they need to understand their options and make informed decisions. As an increasing number of employees are being asked to make smarter healthcare spending decisions, communication is more important than ever.
Mergers Need Informal Networks to be Successful
TLNT: The Business of HR
APRIL 28, 2016
This month’s announcement that Alaska Airlines has won the bidding war to purchase Virgin America for $2.6B firmly put to rest the rumors that the era of airline consolidation is over.
4 Ways to Close the Learning-Doing Gap for Front-Line Managers [GUIDE]
Diagnose: Sue has a general idea of what she needs to improve, but she knows she needs to get more information to better diagnose and understand her skill gaps. FOUR WAYS TO CLOSE THE. LEARNING-DOING GAP FOR. FRONT-LINE MANAGERS 4FOREWORD We’re in business to help organizations.
Information is not Knowledge, Knowledge is not Wisdom
FEBRUARY 24, 2015
“Information is not knowledge.” – Albert Einstein. This is even more true in a hyper-connected world where access to information is abundant. Having more information can, at the best, make you look smart at the tea party but it does not move a needle, unless you do something about what you already know. We need to move up in the DIKW hierarchy which attempts to define relationship between Data, Information, Knowledge and Wisdom.
In the Information Age We Need Brain-Based Enterprises
Switch and Shift
MARCH 15, 2016
Nearly 30 years ago, Fred Moody and Bill Gates recognized that the basis of competitive advantage had fundamentally shifted from the agrarian age to the industrial era to the information superhighway, when it was said that Microsoft’s only factory asset is the human imagination.
Making Quicker, More Informed Decisions With Predictive Analytics
JULY 14, 2016
I had the pleasure to speak on a customer panel at our SAPPHIRE NOW customer event earlier this spring – “ Make Quicker and More Informed Decisions with Predictive Analytics ” – moderated by my colleague Jim Bowler, VP of SAP services delivery for the Midwest region. It offers a great example of making more informed decisions with predicative analytics and leveraging innovation for business transformation.
Too Much Information? Ways to keep your Talent Acquisition System effective and efficient
OCTOBER 7, 2015
Whether looking at implementing a new talent acquisition system or upgrading the one you already have, it’s important to strike a balance between making sure you’re getting the information you need, without scaring off the very people you want to use the system. The post Too Much Information?
Employees Can Update Tax Withholding and Direct Deposit Information on Mobile
JULY 12, 2016
On the dashboard, the profile icon opens a newly expanded menu of actions allowing employees to self-manage their personal information along with their Tax Withholding, Compensation/Pay, and Emergency Contacts. How often do your employees ask you “Can you change my payment method?”
Withholding information in a new hire can get you a company in trouble
SEPTEMBER 22, 2016
Not disclosing information to a candidate that could alter their decision is not only unethical but it could be found to be illegal too. Recruiting someone using incomplete information.
The Value Of Information
MARCH 29, 2016
Businesses did not always view information as a source of value. Information was created at each point along the way (when goods were produced, shipped, or sold), reflecting the activities that were being transacted at each step in the end-to-end process. IT systems reported on this information in order to track the flow of goods and services from point to point, from firm to firm. Information was the end of the line – a necessary byproduct of business activity.
All Of The Job Seeker Information You Forget To Share
SEPTEMBER 6, 2016
And yet, there’s not nearly as much information available to you about what the job seeker needs from you, and how you can make the process more pleasant for those in search of new employment opportunities. .
Connecting Employees with the Information They Need
MARCH 19, 2017
Some of the methods management can use to ensure employees receive the information they need include: Identifying Information Gaps. For example, a marketing employee can comment about lack of access to adequate information on stakeholders meeting, which could possibly inform their marketing efforts. The management can also assess challenges that stop them from communicating some of the information employees need, such as confidentiality.
Why Your Workers Want Shared Information
The Predictive Index
AUGUST 29, 2016
By Elsbeth McSorley. Employee Engagement & Retention Employee Onboarding Hiring, Selection, Onboarding new employee Hiring from within
How to Get Better Information From Hiring Managers
TLNT: The Business of HR
APRIL 7, 2015
I asked the question — open-ended, curious, and fearless — setting the stage for an answer with little information. This question is a complete head fake, and opens the flood gates to irrelevant intake information.
Why Student Information Systems Will Shape Higher Education
FEBRUARY 22, 2017
The reality is that the old, retiring student information systems (SIS) that power many campuses today simply can’t keep up with their increasingly diverse student populations. This information can then be used to adjust programs as needed, or intercept struggling students before it’s too late. The post Why Student Information Systems Will Shape Higher Education appeared first on Workday Blog.
Information: The New Global Currency
OCTOBER 29, 2015
Businesses have been teaming up with institutions of higher learning to create and offer courses that contain the information and skill sets most needed in today’s workplace. An article from U.S.
Communicating Trumps Informing
Corn on the Job
AUGUST 4, 2016
Everyone is familiar with the frustration of imparting important information only to see that information going in one ear and out the other. Harris once wrote, “The two words ‘information’ and ‘communication’ are often used interchangeably, but they signify quite different things.
The #BigData Revolution: Who Owns Our Information? [VIDEO]
APRIL 21, 2016
Big Data is truly revolutionary because it fundamentally changes mankind’s relationship with information.” For more information on The Human Face of Big Data by Rich Smolan, or the documentary directed by Sandy Smolan, click here.
Proposed Regulations Would Limit Use of Criminal History Information
JULY 15, 2016
As reported earlier , the California Fair Employment and Housing Council (FEHC) has proposed regulations related to the use of criminal history information in employment decisions. Proposed regulations have been modified – comment now!
Branding To Influence Today’s Ultra-Informed Talent
MARCH 24, 2015
Today’s job seekers are more informed than ever, fully researching companies and reading employee reviews before they even apply to a job. A study by Corporate Executive Board found that 80 percent of applicants’ decisions to apply to a job is informed by sources outside of the organization.
Information Overload: Why Email is Slowing Your Employees Down
DECEMBER 14, 2016
The constant flood of information via email is making employees less productive and is affecting the employee experience at work. It appears that the majority of companies are in denial about the effectiveness of email, and continue to believe that more information is always better. Company updates, HR announcements, new marketing content or safety information are almost always communicated through email.
Want Performers? Then Share Your Information
HRE's The Leader Board
FEBRUARY 16, 2016
If you want your high-performing team members to really perform by participating in leadership decisions, then you’d better be giving them — or training your managers to give them — the information they need.
Worried about Information Security? Study Says Focus on Employee Engagement
NOVEMBER 7, 2014
The interviews revealed two factors that led employees to consciously betray their firms: the knowledge that the proprietary information in a database could be sold to competitors, or a desire to exact revenge on the company for some kind of perceived slight.” by Derek Irvine. Recognize This!
actually useful questions to ask in informational interviews
Ask a Manager
FEBRUARY 3, 2015
A reader writes: You’ve written before about how NOT to behave in an informational interview (i.e. Obviously some questions are specific to industry and situation, but do you have any across-the-board recommendations (beyond being prepared) for making the most of informational interviews , particularly ones you didn’t seek out? actually useful questions to ask in informational interviews was originally published by Alison Green on Ask a Manager.
New York City Legislation Limits Use of Credit Information in Employment
MAY 4, 2015
The post New York City Legislation Limits Use of Credit Information in Employment appeared first on Employment Background Check Blog - HireRight. Credit Checks applicant Bill Int-261-2014 A consumer credit history credit checks credit history eeoc employee employment purposes job candidate New York City Bill Int-261-2014 A new york city credit information New York City Human Rights Law NYCHRL
Why Managing Information Security As A Business Risk Is Critical
JUNE 22, 2015
The silo problem is particularly prevalent as it relates to information security. The clearest example of how an information security event impacts a company fiscally is outright theft. Business Innovation business risk data security information security risk
HR and the Information Agenda
Oracle HCM - Modern HR in the Cloud
MARCH 6, 2017
Human resources leaders are more sophisticated than ever in how they use information to increase the business impact that talent, leadership, and culture have on their company. One HR team that Ulrich mentions uses company training sessions to gather unstructured information about customers.
Ask the Expert: Clarifying Protected Health Information Under HIPAA Privacy Rule
HR Daily Advisor
JANUARY 4, 2017
Question: Are payroll deductions for employee medical plan coverage considered protected health information (PHI) under HIPAA regulations? The Privacy Rule calls this information protected health information (PHI). The relationship with health information is fundamental.
Can HR Be Trusted with Confidential Information – Ask #HR Bartender
SEPTEMBER 6, 2016
Employees need to feel that HR will do the right thing, including keeping information confidential (as appropriate.) The post Can HR Be Trusted with Confidential Information – Ask #HR Bartender appeared first on hr bartender. Working in a family-owned business is unique.