“Beating our wayward employees, while personally enjoyable, doesn’t really seem to be doing much for productivity. Why don’t we simply have them removed from the premises and never speak to them again.
Next time you are sitting in a meeting, take a look around. The odds are high that you will see your colleagues checking screens, texting, and emailing while someone is talking or making a presentation.
Questions we’ll be debating include: - What are the HR trends that show a thirst for new innovation and automation? - What types of HR and recruiting technology are failing and why? Which are working and why?
Jon Fisher, co-founder and CEO of startup CrowdOptic, just told me that he has invested another $500,000 so the company can build out what it's calling a "new social medium." The idea is to create automatic clusters of people based on their...
Social technology has been evolving for nearly a decade (LinkedIn opened for business in 2003). For that entire time (more if you count the emergence of blogging in 1997), we have been trying to harness social technology for Recruiting purposes.