I have always been a fan of the idea that there are portions of HR that should mirror the approach and measurement approach of the marketing function (e.g. talent acquisition). HBR just did a very interesting review of how HR can be more like marketing. Definitely interesting food for thought.
BCG has done a great document on the gender gap, and approaches to solve it.
The CB Insights has a great infographic showing how to think about all of the new HR Tech startups happening.
Great article from McKinsey on the Gig Economy!
Interesting article from the APAC Director of Marketing for Survey Monkey on written communication.
Just a quick note – the job opening numbers got back up to 5.8 Million – which is a pre-recession number. Which puts us at a ~3% opening number, and unemployment is at 4.9% nationally. http://www.bls.gov/opub/mlr/2016/article/job-openings-hires-and-separations-return-to-prerecession-levels-in-2015.htm
Just geeking out – Found a great article that explains the many different types of regression analysis that can be done. http://www.datasciencecentral.com/profiles/blogs/10-types-of-regressions-which-one-to-use Why is this important? It is amazing how fast the breadth of HR Data is moving, and even more importantly, the different types of tools/techniques that can be used to analyze the data.
Came across a really interesting thesis paper that talks about the next generation of supply chain. The author is calling it Logistics 4.0 . I would definitely take the time to read it – as it does a great job explaining how the Internet of Things is going to play a major role in the
Great study discussing how CSR is interrelated with HR Management approaches. Link: http://www.sersc.org/journals/IJHIT/vol9_no5_2016/26.pdf
Found this interesting study that is only a couple of pages but provides some interesting ideas as to how to develop a privacy framework. From the Cornell ILR http://www.cornellhrreview.org/wp-content/uploads/2016/05/CHRR-2016-Blanchard-Employee-Privacy.pdf