More women are pursuing careers in technology and other high-growth STEM fields, but they continue to face challenges as they look to move up. The organizational practices and attitudes that exist in these industries tend to reinforce many of the roadblocks that prevent women from advancing.
On September 4, @shrmnextchat chatted with the HR Executive Technology Conference Co-Chair and Co-Host of the HR Happy Hour Show and Podcast, Steve Boese @SteveBoese about What Do HR Professionals Really Think About HR Tech?
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By now, most employers are sick of hearing about employee engagement.
On June 5, @shrmnextchat chatted with Tracie Sponenberg (@TracieSpon), senior vice president of human resources at the Granite Group and Michelle Strasbuger (@Michelle_Straz), talent engagement director at Emerson Ecologics about How to Transform Your HR Department Through Technology (Even If Your HR Department Is Just You).
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One of the challenges with HR strategy and strategic HR is that it’s often talked about in vague terms, which means it isn’t always easy to understand for some individuals. There’s a great metaphor for this concept in the world of entrepreneurship put forth decades ago in The E-Myth by Michael Gerber. Here’s the core of it:
A recent study by HR.Com showed increased focus on the replacement of HRIS, Payroll and/or Performance Management systems. The intent to overhaul points to three specific trends:
On May 15, @shrmnextchat chatted with @TimSackett and @kris_dunn about The Nine Faces of HR and the Future of HR Technology.
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