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Laszlo Bock on the future of HR 

Laszlo Bock on the future of HR  | HR Transformation |

Laszlo Bock is one of the leading global authorities on the future of the HR

Andrew Spences insight:

Bock cites people analytics as the next stage in the evolution of HR and groups companies into two types when it comes to applying an analytical approach, which I’ve classified 'Believers' and 'Doubters'.


I agree, there are now 2 streams in HR.

Fast followers - Bock suggests that some organisations are going to implement people analytics ‘very, very quickly and they’ll be successful’.

The doubters - I think this group includes both sceptics, but also many who are not sure HOW to get involved in People Analytics.


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How Google Became Such a Great Place To Work

How Google Became Such a Great Place To Work | HR Transformation |

Google calls its HR department People Operations, though most people in the firm shorten it to POPS.The group is headed by Laszlo Bock, a trim, soft-spoken 40-year-old who came to Google six years ago.


Bock says that when POPS looked into Google’s woman problem, it found it was really a new mother problem: Women who had recently given birth were leaving at twice Google’s average departure rate.


At the time, Google offered an industry-standard maternity leave plan. After a woman gave birth, she got 12 weeks of paid time off. For all other new parents in its California offices, but not for its workers outside the state, the company offered seven paid weeks of leave.

Via AlGonzalezinfo
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Want an example of great HR - just Google it!

AlGonzalezinfo's curator insight, January 26, 2013 11:45 AM

Great example of not resting on its laurels... Google keeps reaping the dividens of its investment in their workforce.