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What Happens When There's No HR Department? - Wall Street Journal

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What Happens When There's No HR Department?
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What Happens When There's No HR Department? Some companies are taking an ax to their human resources department, and learning that the only thing worse than HR is no HR.
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Tackling Legal Issues of Social Media in the Workplace

The way we work and engage via social media is offering new opportunities while also limiting the overarching control the corporation has on employees' abili...
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HR advice: Hire for velocity of learning - GeekWire

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HR advice: Hire for velocity of learning
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Let's say you have an opening on your technology team: An urgent need for engineer that will expand your application written on top of the Spring Framework in Java.
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Want Productive Employees? Treat Them Like Adults

Want Productive Employees? Treat Them Like Adults | Work-Life Balance,  HR, Talent Management | Scoop.it
A lack of trust is at the heart of the workplace issues in places like Yahoo and Best Buy.

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Anne Egros's curator insight, March 14, 2013 2:53 PM

Totally agree with the article: One size fits all doesn't work !


Here's the problem: Employees who want to game the system are going to do so inside or outside the office. Supervising them more closely is costly, enervating, and it's ultimately a losing game. As for highly motivated employees who've been working from home, all they're likely to feel about being called back to the office is resentful — and more inclined to look for new jobs.

AlGonzalezinfo's curator insight, March 14, 2013 9:04 PM

Excellent article from a practitioner!  Wise words indeed.

David Hain's curator insight, March 15, 2013 3:20 AM

From my own work with Transactional Analysis, adult to adult dialogue is the only way problems truly get solved...

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Diversity: A Growing Asset in Talent Management - Mercer

Diversity: A Growing Asset in Talent Management - Mercer | Work-Life Balance,  HR, Talent Management | Scoop.it
As organizations expand into new markets, HR faces the challenge of attracting, motivating, and retaining talent to support these operations that reflects the diversity of those markets. Mercer's 2013 Global Diversity and ...
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Talent Management Lessons From the Super Bowl for Corporate ...

Talent Management Lessons From the Super Bowl for Corporate ... | Work-Life Balance,  HR, Talent Management | Scoop.it
A couple years back I was asked to outline “the future of talent management” in a talk at Google headquarters. Then as now, I predicted the future of talent management will follow the “professional sports model,” which many of ...
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Work.com Redefines what HR Software Is

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The HR software market is red hot right now. SAP, Oracle, and IBM have just spent billions of dollars to buy their way into the market, and other companies like Workday and CornerstoneOnDemand are already capturing huge valuations.

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