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With potentially groundbreaking HR technology solutions emerging, we’re seeing a tech boom that is fundamentally reshaping the way we work — and how we think about HR. According to the 2019 HCM Trends report from The HR Federation, a network of leading HR market analysts, global HR technology venture capital has topped $3.1 billion this year, more than triple the amount invested in 2017. While there’s a range of technologies, some of the most interesting […]

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The year ahead is going to be amazing for those of you who purchase HR and recruiting tech. We’re witnessing an unprecedented proliferation of talent platforms, solutions and services — now complete with artificial intelligence and super-smart algorithms — which means our buying options in 2019 will be more plentiful and powerful than ever. But that’s exactly what will make the year so bewildering. Hasn’t 2018 been bewildering already?!? How can we possibly make sense […]

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The evidence continues to pile up: Diversity pays. Whether you’re in the heart of Silicon Valley or elsewhere, diversity at work provides a greater breadth of thought, experiences and approaches, and it’s becoming more important than ever in business. But it can be difficult to move beyond the buzzwords and generate real, long-lasting change. On this week’s episode of #WorkTrends we talk with Amy Cappellanti-Wolf, a diversity champion and chief human resources officer at Symantec, […]

The post #WorkTrends: Diversity in Practice appeared first on TalentCulture.

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Charles Schwab CEO Walt Bettinger has said one of his methods for finding the right job candidate is to arrive early for a breakfast interview and ask the restaurant manager to purposely make a mistake with the candidate’s order. He says the tactic lets him see how the potential hire reacts to conflict and adversity. Of course, hiring managers and human resources professionals don’t have the time to take every candidate out for breakfast, so […]

The post 5 Questions Hiring Managers Should be Asking About Modern Personality Tests appeared first on TalentCulture.

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In the innovation and HR tech field, one of the common concerns we hear from people is that their culture might not be ready for new practices, processes or tools. They say their employees simply wouldn’t be ready for the kind of transparency and personal responsibility that are central for virtually all modern collaboration platforms. This might include platforms for employee engagement, idea management or internal communication. They often continue by saying that unless a […]

The post Which Comes First, the Culture or the Practices? The Chicken-and-Egg Problem in HR Tech appeared first on TalentCulture.

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We all demand love in some form in our personal lives, but we skimp on asking for it at work. Treating people as a commodity instead of focusing on relationships is a surefire path to burnout and low long-term productivity, says Jason Lauritsen, an author, entrepreneur, corporate HR leader and consultant. In this episode of #WorkTrends, Lauritsen shares how performance management could be the key to unlocking major wins for employers and their employees, but […]

The post #WorkTrends: How to Help People Reach Their Full Potential at Work appeared first on TalentCulture.

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With 6 million job openings and about half of U.S. employees contemplating a job change, the hiring market seems straightforward. But before launching a broad search for candidates, take an objective look to evaluate how well your company leverages its internal talent pool. Promoting from within has obvious advantages. For one thing, internal candidates know the organization and have a proven performance record. This means they can hit the ground running because of their familiarity […]

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