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It’s never taken longer to fill the average job in the US

Shared from on 10 June 2016

Job openings as tracked by the Bureau of Labor Statistics in the JOLTS report hit an all-time record high of 5.8 million in April 2016. 
And what I suppose could be considered a kind of perfect storm for recruiting, at the same time as job opening...

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Beware your confirmation bias

Shared from on 31 May 2016

I’ve said it before and I’ll say it again. I love data. I love data, I love data analysis and I love evidence. Maybe not as much as Rob Briner, but that’s a tall order – we can’t all be that weird. I hate assumption. I worry that in the HR profession we’re increasingly happy […]

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Technology, analytics, data, life – start from the beginning

Shared from on 25 April 2016

I’ve just got back from the HRTechFest in Washington. Last time I went to one of these, I wrote this about Technology being HR’s biggest asset. I still think it is – so take a look. This time, I was struck this time about the commonality of a lot of the themes that people were […]

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Why businesses may need to start hiring biologists

Shared from on 30 June 2015

Why firms may need to hire different sorts of people to succeed in the future.

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labour-market

science

data

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Why businesses may need to start hiring biologists

Shared from on 30 June 2015

Why firms may need to hire different sorts of people to succeed in the future.

Tags:

labour-market

science

data

mjc
...

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Is your boss spying on you?

Shared from on 20 March 2014

From monitoring your trips to the loo and listening to your conversations to keeping track of illicit office affairs, your employer could be using a host of new technologies to snoop on you like never before.

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