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The Twelve Attributes of a Truly Great Place to Work

The Twelve Attributes of a Truly Great Place to Work | Human Resource Management | Scoop.it
More than 100 studies have now found that the most engaged employees — those who report they're fully invested in their jobs and committed to their employers — are significantly more productive, drive higher customer satisfaction and outperform...

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Cloud technology and analytics to shape the new era of HR

Cloud technology and analytics to shape the new era of HR | Human Resource Management | Scoop.it
Technology has brought about paradigm shifts in the way analytics work in the HR space Find out how

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In the second half, there are some high-level examples of how data/analytics can be used in HR. It's inspiring. My experience with Corporates and clients leads me to think that in order for MEA HR to really move in that direction, first we need to establish sound ways of actually collecting, collating and tracking data in a single medium. Unfortunately, in many organisations we're still far from it. The good news : at least we know where to head towards !

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Are you giving enough corrective feedback?

Are you giving enough corrective feedback? | Human Resource Management | Scoop.it
Q: Do you know the most common regret expressed by business leaders?A: They wish they had dealt with poor performance sooner.Giving positive feedback is relatively simple; although most managers probably don’t recognize and praise their people frequently enough.  Giving negative feedback on the other hand, is something many managers procrastinate on.I can empathize. Some of the more stressful moments of my management career have been when I had to give corrective feedback to staff members whose

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How to Build an HR Analytics Team [Infographic]

How to Build an HR Analytics Team [Infographic] | Human Resource Management | Scoop.it
In the age of Big Data, business leaders and HR professionals are still learning to combine age-old intuition with 

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Accenture Canned Annual Reviews — Should You?

Accenture Canned Annual Reviews — Should You? | Human Resource Management | Scoop.it
As Accenture ditches annual performance reviews, learning leaders in all companies need to be prepared for how such a shift can affect their jobs.

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Inside Amazon: Wrestling Big Ideas in a Bruising Workplace

Inside Amazon: Wrestling Big Ideas in a Bruising Workplace | Human Resource Management | Scoop.it

The company is conducting an experiment in how far it can push white-collar workers to get them to achieve its ever-expanding ambitions.


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Kenneth Mikkelsen's curator insight, August 18, 4:51 PM

Profound article from The New York Times looks into Amazon's culture. 


I recommend balancing the perspective by reading a LinkedIn post by Mehal Shah: An ex-Amazonian's reply to all those Amazonian replies to the Times article.


Celina Rocquet's curator insight, August 26, 8:10 AM

Co-responsibility of innovation

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Quality of Leadership 

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Don't Blow Up HR, Appreciate and Evolve It - Human Resource Executive Online

Don't Blow Up HR, Appreciate and Evolve It - Human Resource Executive Online | Human Resource Management | Scoop.it
By Dave Ulrich For the last 20 years, the war for talent has been the dominant metaphor for HR. But now leading organizations are pivoting from a focus on war for talent to victory through organization.

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Donna Rogers Skowronski's curator insight, August 14, 5:11 PM
I have heard the term "blow up HR" many times of late. See what the father of HR says about this.
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9 Aspects Of Emotional Intelligence Possessed By Every Successful Leader

9 Aspects Of Emotional Intelligence Possessed By Every Successful Leader | Human Resource Management | Scoop.it
Leaders are not born but created. From open heart surgery or from broke and unemployed, they overcome obstacles to become leaders to change the world.

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Why Talent Marketplaces are the $3Trillion Future of Work

Why Talent Marketplaces are the $3Trillion Future of Work | Human Resource Management | Scoop.it
A recent report published by McKinsey indicates that the digital talent marketplaces driving the so called “gig economy” could play a significant role in increasing global GDP by $2.7 Trillion by 2025. With billions of dollars already flowing through these platforms I’m surprised that they aren’t a bigger topic of discussion in the recruitment industry.The “on demand” workforce is growing and increasing global skills shortages (particularly in the digital sector) are fuel to the fire. There are

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HR at a crossroads: How can HR invest in HR?

HR at a crossroads: How can HR invest in HR? | Human Resource Management | Scoop.it
In the final part of the series HR at a Crossroads we take a look at how HR can benefit its own community

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How We Built a New Recruiting Metrics Report for the Hootsuite Leadership Team

How We Built a New Recruiting Metrics Report for the Hootsuite Leadership Team | Human Resource Management | Scoop.it
As part of the Hootsuite ongoing open source HR initiative (#HootHROS), this post outlines the steps we took to create a new recruiting data report for our executives.

Like many companies experiencing hyper-growth, we had a problem at Hootsuite: as we continued to scale globally, entering new markets

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Abolish the Job Description

Abolish the Job Description | Human Resource Management | Scoop.it
If you have been reading my articles, you may get the impression that I want to end a lot of things in HR; I do. The things that aren't working are the things I want to put a stop to. One of my previous books - The End of the Performance Review - as the title states, advocates abolishing the archaic appraisal practice the majority of organisations inexplicably cling to.Now I am promoting the end of the job description. It is to be the topic of a new book out later this year called: The End of th

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The 2 metrics that best predict quality of hire

The 2 metrics that best predict quality of hire | Human Resource Management | Scoop.it
Metrics matter, and the best metrics matter more.

Back in 1982, one of my search clients (a Fortune 200 company) revealed the results of a two-year study regarding the source of their best employees. Less than 5% came from people applying to job postings. One-third came from their university

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HR needs to rethink M&A tactics to boost its influence and impact, says study - People Management Magazine Online

Human resources jobs, news & events

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Why Vacation Matters: Advice from the Dying

Why Vacation Matters: Advice from the Dying | Human Resource Management | Scoop.it
The numbers are staggering. A Harris Interactive survey of 3,000 workers showed that American employees take only 51% of their vacation time yearly, and 61% work while on vacation despite complaints from their loved ones. Another study of 2,003 workers by travel media company Skift indicated that only 16% will take a long vacation over the summer. A full 62% said they wouldn't take a vacation over this summer at all.It's clear: Americans stubbornly prioritize the meaning of work over the value o

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5 signs your corporate culture is doomed

5 signs your corporate culture is doomed | Human Resource Management | Scoop.it
With Amazon's culture coming under fire, it may be the perfect time to reevaluate your own culture.

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Amazon Doesn’t Have a Culture Problem; It has a Hiring Problem.

Amazon Doesn’t Have a Culture Problem; It has a Hiring Problem. | Human Resource Management | Scoop.it
Too many people are making too big a deal about Amazon’s so-called culture problem. I’ve read some posts from academics and reporters who quite frankly don’t have a clue. Jeff Bezos has it right. Amazon doesn’t have a culture problem. However, Amazon does have a hiring problem at least when it comes to hiring and promoting people for management positions.First off, culture is driven by a number of internal and external factors. Specifically, 
The CEO’s leadership style
The pace of the organization
The competitive intensity of the industry
Whether the company

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It’s Official: Millennials Are Now the Largest Part of the U.S. Workforce

It’s Official: Millennials Are Now the Largest Part of the U.S. Workforce | Human Resource Management | Scoop.it
According to a recent Pew Research Center analysis of U.S. Census Bureau figures, Gen Y has officially edged out Gen X in 2015 to nab the largest share of the w

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Igniting a Sense of Startup Culture

Igniting a Sense of Startup Culture | Human Resource Management | Scoop.it
Is it really possible to ignite—or reclaim—a sense of “startup culture” in your workplace? With focused intentionality, passionate determination and a little spunk, we believe the answer is, “Absolutely.” Here are some tips to get you started.

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How to make 5 routine HR tasks quick and painless

How to make 5 routine HR tasks quick and painless | Human Resource Management | Scoop.it
The less paper shuffling HR needs to do, the more it can play a strategic role in building a winning team.

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Tell Us: Would You Let Employees Come in Late if They Had Spent the Morning Exercising?

Tell Us: Would You Let Employees Come in Late if They Had Spent the Morning Exercising? | Human Resource Management | Scoop.it
Turkish government workers in one part of the country are allowed to clock in late, if they sign up for a new fitness plan.

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7 Things Leaders Do to Help People Change

7 Things Leaders Do to Help People Change | Human Resource Management | Scoop.it

A study of 2,852 direct reports of 559 leaders found that some behaviors were more helpful in changing others.


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Here are the behaviors, in order from most to least important:

 

1. Inspiring others

2. Noticing problems

3. Providing a clear goal

4. Challenging standard approaches

5. Building trust in your judgment

6. Having courage


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Gianluca Pezzi's curator insight, August 11, 4:33 AM

Here are the behaviors, in order from most to least important:


1. Inspiring others

2. Noticing problems

3. Providing a clear goal

4. Challenging standard approaches

5. Building trust in your judgment

6. Having courage


Mary Schmalshof Calcagno's curator insight, August 13, 1:12 PM

Be inspiring!

Paul Macaulay's curator insight, August 17, 9:18 AM

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Instantly improve your office productivity with these changes

Instantly improve your office productivity with these changes | Human Resource Management | Scoop.it
You need more than sleep pods and gallons of free coffee to keep employees happy, engaged and productive today.

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HR 2020: 5 steps away from reality - a HR data Analyst take

HR 2020: 5 steps away from reality - a HR data Analyst take | Human Resource Management | Scoop.it
HR in 2020: HR Gurus [experts] weigh in on what their profession might look like in five years, as the very nature of work rapidly evolves. In summary:
Higher possibility of CHROs taking up CEOs role by 2020 as most successful CEOs profile matches most closely to effective CHROs than any other C-suite profile.
CHROs will act as an advisor to CEO and lead discussion on how to build high performing organization to achieve/outperform business goals
In addition to outsourcing of transaction heavy jo

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David Schreiber's curator insight, August 3, 10:48 PM

Recently, I participated in a spirited debate over dinner with some fantastic Talent Acquisition leaders about the ability of the CEO/COO to run strategy for "People Ops." Clearly, I fell on the side that these people typically don't have the nuanced understanding of the discipline to do this well.

I love the author's take about an elevated role for the CHRO in the future. This leads to the question of weather or not future (and current, for that matter) HR leaders posses the required business acumen, social media awarenesss and tech savvy to handle this elevated role...

David Schreiber's curator insight, August 4, 3:45 PM

Recently, I participated in a spirited debate over dinner with some fantastic Talent Acquisition leaders about the ability of the CEO/COO to run strategy for "People Ops." Clearly, I fell on the side that these people typically don't have the nuanced understanding of the discipline to do this well.

I love the author's take about an elevated role for the CHRO in the future. This leads to the question of weather or not future (and current, for that matter) HR leaders posses the required business acumen, social media awarenesss and tech savvy to handle this elevated role...

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4 ways to create a culture of daily mentorship

4 ways to create a culture of daily mentorship | Human Resource Management | Scoop.it
Be the "matchmaker" who encourages mentoring efforts at your workplace.

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The 2 metrics that best predict quality of hire

The 2 metrics that best predict quality of hire | Human Resource Management | Scoop.it
Metrics matter, and the best metrics matter more.

Back in 1982, one of my search clients (a Fortune 200 company) revealed the results of a two-year study regarding the source of their best employees. Less than 5% came from people applying to job postings. One-third came from their university

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