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Most of you have heard the term “Internet of Things” or IoT. Wikipedia defines it as:
How does the thought of being able to embed a device in your body to make your job easier appeal to you? What about an embedded device to improve your health or make you live longer? Would you do it? Many people cringe at the thought, yet there may be just such a device in your future, if not already present in your life.
What to embed?
Today's talent pool is better educated and more tech-savvy than ever. They use various technologies as consumers and in their personal lives, and they expect employers to have the same level of comfort with technology as they do.
If you’re in the human resources profession (or plan to be), you will most likely experience at least one—if not several—HR technology implementations throughout your career. Technology implantations affect every part of HR, not only the human resource information system managers, and they affect every part of the organization.
If you’ve never experienced an HR technology implementation, you’re in for an exciting challenge.
How to be a smarter HR buyer using the wisdom of your HR peers
The Democratization of Talent Management
Do you wear a fitness tracker like a Fitbit or a Jawbone? Or maybe you are planning to jump on the Apple Watch fanboy train in a few weeks and take advantage of that device's ability to track your activity. Lot's of folks are keeping closer track of their workouts and activity today.
On March 25, @shrmnextchat chatted with Kevin W. Grossman (@KevinWGrossman) about "What I Wish I Would Have Known" before starting a career in HR.
In case you missed it, here are all the informative tweets -- and some great advice -- from the chat:
Buying software sounds simple in theory but can be excruciatingly painful. From making sense of vendor marketing materials to narrowing down the best-fit product to using back channels to find out what real users think of the product. A time consuming endeavor.
In addition to all the research, you have to make sure that the software you choose will help you navigate any changes in your organization or industry for the foreseeable future.