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Talent Management is focusing on HR technology in the current issue. Here is what “Psychology at Work” had to say about technology and HR in a provocative post earlier this year.
Engagement survey, meet the 21st century. With the explosive growth of social media and amazing new computational programs, massive data sets have become available [...]
Labor Day weekend is here! Fire up the grill and get the sunscreen ready — but not before reading these top five stories from Talentmgt.com for the week of Aug. 27.
1. The Work-Life Balance Myth: The work-life balance discussion seems to be at a fever pitch these days. Here is what [...]
While our book, The 2020 Workplace, predicts Gen Y will make up 50 percent or more of the workplace by the year 2020, what we did not predict was where Gen Ys would want to work: small companies.
According to a survey of 285,000 Gen Ys, or millennials, 47 percent work at companies with [...]
I woke up today thinking it was just another Monday morning, but before the caffeine I consumed had a chance to settle, big news broke as IBM disclosed its intention to acquire Kenexa, a provider of recruiting and talent management products, for $1.3 billion. The transaction is expected to close in Q4 this [...]
Maybe it’s related to the latest technology and the fear of unwanted video going viral; or that too many people, such as me, have called out screaming bosses, but tyrant bosses seem to be diminishing. Before you get too excited, this may not be a good thing. The horrible, yelling boss is being replaced [...]
The fashion police will say you can only wear white pants for just one more week — when the unofficial summer season comes to an end with the Labor Day holiday.
Don’t worry, no matter the season, you can always catch up on your reading with these top five stories from Talentmgt.com for the week [...]
The work-life balance discussion seems to be at a fever pitch these days. Here is what Psychology at Work had to say about it last year in a post you may have missed.
While we all sing the praises of work-life balance and look for it in our own careers, I am sorry to note [...]
Now that the Olympics are over, catch up on what you missed at Talentmgt.com. Here are the top five articles this week.
1. Forget Engagement; Focus on Passion: What causes one to jump out of bed, skip coffee and speed to work? It’s passion, writes blogger Dan Bowling.
2. How to [...]
Get those long, weekend road trips in now, because summer is quickly winding down. Also, read these top five stories from Talentmgt.com for the week of Aug. 6.
1. Use Meetings for Employee Development: Don’t waste time in meetings. Here are some tips to make every minute count, writes Daniel R. Tobin, author of seven [...]
Engagement may be a popular buzz word, but it is a bit bland, isn’t it? Safe, middle of the road. Boring. Sure, it is better to be have employees who are engaged than not, otherwise you have cubicles with people staring slack-jawed at replays of Olympic skeet shooting.
But does engagement build bridges, move mountains, fly [...]
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