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Take It From a Futurist: Why Employee Experience Needs People Analytics
According to futurist Jacob Morgan's research, companies that invest in employee experience have higher revenues and profits. Fnd out how corporate leaders can rethink, improve and prioritize employee experience.
Office Hours: How to Become Your Own Career Advocate
Being your own advocate can be awkward, but it's something all employees should strive to do. Watch Cornerstone's COO Kirsten Helvey explain how employees can embrace the discomfort, identify their goals and work to reach them.
4 Ways to Engage More Female Applicants at Your Next Recruiting Session
Increasing the number of women in technology jobs starts with improving the pipeline to get them there. Here are four strategies to help eliminate bias in your recruiting sessions, and bring more women on board.
The 5 Biggest Mistakes Companies Make When Hiring Interns (and How to Avoid Them)
Internship programs are a great asset for organizations and students, but they're not fool proof. Here's how to avoid some common internship program mistakes.
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Data or Intuition: When Should HR Rely on the Numbers?
Do you operate on gut feelings a lot? You know, when you interview someone for a job and within an instant you know this person is right—or wrong—for the job? What about when you're making a big decision about a reorganization, or implementing perks that you just know employees will love?
Take It From a Futurist: 2020 Will Bring Greater Emphasis on People Analytics, Talent Experience and Ethics Charters
In making predictions for the HR landscape of 2020, Insight222 Executive Director David Green cites the Danish physicist Niels Bohr: "Prediction is very difficult, especially if it's about the future." Nevertheless, Green ventures to make educated guesses.