7 Points of Satisfaction in Buying HR Technology. E4: Implementation with Pamela Glick, SyncHR
Jun26

7 Points of Satisfaction in Buying HR Technology. E4: Implementation with Pamela Glick, SyncHR

Seven Points of Satisfaction in buying HR Tech is a new webcast series is based on a popular series written by William Tincup and Jeremy Ames and published exclusively on The HR Gazette. Jeremy and Pam discuss important topics such as: Can I meet my implementation team before I sign? How fast do we dive into the software? How does cost factor into the implementation? Is change management an implemenatation task? What defines a...

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Event Review: innovatework Toronto
Jun21

Event Review: innovatework Toronto

Last night, over 170 HR pros, leaders, tech enthusiasts and innovators came together for the second installment of innovateworkTO at Ryerson University in downtown Toronto. Hosted by The HR Gazette’s Bill Banham and Worktango’s Rob Catalano, the event facilitated lots of networking and learning. Here’s the lowdown: The panel discussion entitled “The Future of Talent Acquisition is Now” saw four HR professionals engage in spirited...

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4 Ways to Increase Internal Communications to Boost Employee Engagement
Jun21

4 Ways to Increase Internal Communications to Boost Employee Engagement

No employee wants to be left in the dark or feel like they are not part of the team. The more information an employee has at their disposal to do their job, the more confident they feel while doing it, one reason why internal communications are so important. When it has been clearly communicated to an employee what their tasks are and what success looks like, they are more likely to be more productive and engaged while at work....

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7 Points of Satisfaction in Buying HR Technology. E3: Negotiation with Adam Hale, Sage People
Jun19

7 Points of Satisfaction in Buying HR Technology. E3: Negotiation with Adam Hale, Sage People

Seven Points of Satisfaction in buying HR Tech is a new webcast series is based on a popular series written by William Tincup and Jeremy Ames and published exclusively on The HR Gazette. Jeremy and Adam discuss important topics such as: Transitioning from proposals and demos to negotiation What defines “success” in negotiation? Why is it important to know how vendors make their money? Who owns the data and how would the...

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Artificial Intelligence will change recruitment
Jun16

Artificial Intelligence will change recruitment

As we enter the age of robotics and Artificial Intelligence (AI), let’s get prepared to encounter innovation, disruption and new business models very similar to what happened when the internet caught fire and led to the creation of many different ways of doing things. The chat bot market which would be part of the overall AI business which was US$113 million in 2015 is projected to grow at a CAGR (compound annual growth rate) of 27.8...

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7 Points of Satisfaction in Buying HR Technology. E2: Sales Process with Rick Mahoney, PeopleStrategy
Jun12

7 Points of Satisfaction in Buying HR Technology. E2: Sales Process with Rick Mahoney, PeopleStrategy

Seven Points of Satisfaction in buying HR tech is a new webcast series based on a popular series written by William Tincup and Jeremy Ames and published exclusively on The HR Gazette. Jeremy and Rick discuss important topics such as:   How important is buyer treatment during the sales process? How do different vendors split their resources/attention between Sales, R&D and Services? How important is your industry/vertical in...

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Pros and Cons: Offering Employees Stock Options
Jun08

Pros and Cons: Offering Employees Stock Options

To attract the best employees, you need to have a competitive compensation package. In addition to solid salaries, healthcare benefits and retirement funds, your employees may also expect stock options. As a way to get the employees invested in the future of the company, stock options are a worthwhile offering for both employees and employers. But stock options aren’t always a great idea. Because there is a risk attached to investing...

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Engendering Transgenderism In The Modern Workplace
Jun07

Engendering Transgenderism In The Modern Workplace

Many years ago I worked with a guy called Terry. Terry was quiet, but friendly enough, a bit of a loner, but social enough. Terry was introverted, but just outgoing enough to be someone with whom to look forward to having a chat. We crossed paths often in the kitchen, the men’s room, the elevator, Starbucks, etc. We would chat about everything from food, life, family, and sports, to shoes. One day during a chat about our childhood I...

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