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As we all know, the glass ceiling is the invisible and sometimes impenetrable barrier that prevents women of talent from rising as high as men of equal talent.  While we undeniably have made progress as a society, men still have disproportionate power at the top in most organizations.

October 11, 2012

Hiring interns is an essential part of building a diverse and talented work force.  By allowing you to try young talent before you buy, internships are a uniquely powerful tool for companies to discover new grad hires who fit their unique office culture and skill needs.  Currently, converting interns into full-time hires has become the number one way in which new grads are hired, with close to 70 percent of interns being offered full-time roles!

October 4, 2012

On October 3, We Know Next chatted with Robin Schooling and Bill Boorman about HR Leadership in the 21st Century.  Is HR Old School or New Cool? 

In case you missed it, here are all the great tweets from the chat: 

October 3, 2012

Quite often, we get stuck in quicksand in the human resources profession while we endlessly gaze at our navels and debate whether we are in the Strategic vs. Tactical, or the Traditional or Cutting-Edge camps. We read, we discuss, we talk…but at the end of the day it becomes the ACTION we take, as individual practitioners and leaders, that can define HR for now and the future.

September 27, 2012

On September 26, We Know Next chatted with Kyle Lagunas of Software Advice about “The Consumerization of IT."

In case you missed it, here are all the great tweets from the chat:

 

 

 

 

September 27, 2012

The consumerization of IT is rapidly evolving the technology we use at work. Social, mobile and video technologies have dramatically changed the way hiring professionals source and recruit candidates. As competition for top talent remains at an all-time high, companies like Ongig are making it easy for recruiters to harness candidates-friendly technology to create a more engaging candidate experience.

September 24, 2012

On September 12, We Know Next chatted with Jennifer McClure about “Why Personal Branding Is Important for Career Development in HR.” 

In case you missed it, here are all the great tweets from the chat:

September 13, 2012
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If someone were to ask you to write what you believe your "personal brand" is today, what would you write? Are you excited about it? Does it really describe your character, personality and passions?

September 11, 2012
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Raising awareness about the human resource profession is one of SHRM’s most important missions, and the 2012 Presidential election provides an attentive audience of policy makers and business leaders with whom we wish to communicate.

September 3, 2012

On August 15, SHRM We Know Next invited special guest Steve Boese to chat about the topic:  "Is HR Technology Really Making Our Jobs Easier?"

The informative conversation was directed at helping human resource professionals understand and make sense of the rapidly changing HR technology scene -- a daunting challenge for many HR pros who have a thousand other issues on their plate. 

August 15, 2012

By Steve Boese

There is no doubt that HR Technology plays an increasingly important role inside our organizations today. Whether simple, in-house developed tools for tracking employees in a very small organization, more complex and comprehensive ‘enterprise grade’ systems in use by most large organizations, or any of the myriad of newer HR technology solutions that are deployed via the web, in a Software-as-a-Service (SaaS) model - the influence and importance of workplace technology continues to grow.

August 2, 2012

On August 1, SHRM We Know Next invited special guest Jason Lauritsen to chat about "Employee Engagement -- Are you Listening to the Right Employees?"

The lively conversation addressed the definition of engagement, the link to talent and entitlement, and whether engagement was the responsibility of the employer or the employee.  Should organizations allow employees to build the surveys, and do employees who question the anonymity of the surveys provide truthful answers?

August 2, 2012

On July 25,  SHRM We Know Next invited special guests Ryan Estis and Seth Mattison to chat about Next Generation Leadership. 

While Nextchatters were divided on whether the generational stereotypes hold true, they did agree that organizations will need to foster a culture of mentorship, where both sides truly believe they can learn from each other.  

It's not about who's right, wrong, better or worse.  We're different, and we need to leverage those differences to drive results. 

In case you missed it, here are all the great tweets from the chat:

 

July 25, 2012
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Today’s workplace is experiencing a revolution. Technology and the introduction of new methods of communicating, networking and collaborating have changed the way we do business and have created new challenges for leadership.

It's also a transformative era for the human resources profession. We’ve entered a unique epoch in history where four generations are intersecting in the workplace. Each carries with it deeply held convictions, attitudes, ideas and expectations about the value and meaning of work.

July 18, 2012

On June 20 as #Nextchat invited special guest Joe Gerstandt to join us for an informative discussion on “what’s next” for Diversity and Inclusion in the 21st century.

In case you missed it, here are all the tweets from the chat:

 

 

July 2, 2012

Diversity and Inclusion.  We’ve seen it grow and thrive in our organizations. It’s evolved from understanding and embracing differences to leveraging those differences to promote innovation.  A diverse workforce drives the success of our organizations.
 
But what worked 10 years ago doesn’t necessarily work today. The United States is undergoing major demographic changes, and technology and social media are making a global workplace the new reality. 
 

June 15, 2012

SHRM is known for producing some of the most brilliant, entertaining and informative HR conferences on the planet and the “SHRM Annual Conference” is our flagship.

If you’ve never attended a SHRM Annual Conference, it may be difficult to understand why “The Big Show” is on almost every ambitious HR professional’s yearly bucket list.

Whether they’re a first-year generalist or a seasoned employment attorney, SHRM members usually reserve the last week of June on their calendars 11 months in advance.

June 13, 2012

SHRM is known for producing some of the most brilliant, entertaining and informative conferences on the planet. 

As 15,000 excited SHRM members, media, and expo vendors prepare to descend upon Atlanta June 24-27, SHRM is doing its best to help them get ready for an amazing experience.

In the past few years, SHRM has expanded its social media activities at Annual Conference with increased conference programming, a social media lounge, tweet-ups and a growing group of bloggers who report all the best highlights. 

June 7, 2012