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In their zeal to extract big picture trends, today’s HR leaders may be overlooking the value of smaller data that’s right in front of them.
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Many human resources functions are now available through apps and software. Does this mean the end of the HR department?
Many companies try to ban social media—that’s a bad idea. Instead use your social media networks to broadcast company culture and employee engagement.
Young entrepreneur Kim Taylor is CEO and co-founder of Ranku, a Seattle-based software company providing recruitment technology and analytics to universities to help scale online degree enrollment.
Organizations with positive company cultures take far less “steering” than ones where little or no culture has been clearly established.
Networking isn’t just about getting your next job or making a sale. People who make networking work for them follow these four rules of thumb.