HR Technology Next: It’s All About Retention and Re-recruitment

Recently I had the opportunity to weigh in on the topic of “The Power of HR Technology in the Quantified Organization.” How the datafication of HR fits into the quantified organization is the focus of a new paper from LBi Software, which asked me and a handful of other observers of the HCM space

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Why Your HR Leader Doesn’t Need to Worry About the FMLA

I had a fascinating conversation last week with a colleague who told me about a recent meeting he attended. This was an in-house event, at a fairly large enterprise, and the CHRO took to the stage to speak to hundreds of HR team members. Based on his description I envisioned a mashup

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Assertiveness: Flaw, Strength, or a Poo on the Desk?

Last week I wrote a post that ran at Recruiting Daily. Per my sources, this critique overview of SHRM activities got some pretty good viewership. It also led to numerous conversations and feedback as I received a fairly sizable number of emails and messages ranging from “woo hoo” to your

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The Ecosystem of Innovation – #DiceTalentNet

Last week I got the opportunity to attend #DiceTalentNet in Austin. Hosted by my friend Craig Fisher in partnership with Dice, this annual event serves as a catalyst to bring together talent acquisition professionals, recruiting leaders, tech geeks, inventors and provocateurs as a kick-off to SXSW. We gathered at the

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Where do ‘Brands’ go to Die?

I read a press release yesterday announcing that the Museum of Broadcast Communication in Chicago will present “A Salute to Advertisings Greatest Icons” beginning in May. The exhibition will “examine the creation and evolution of the characters from their inception to contemporary use, through commercials, vintage print ads and packaging,

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