John Boudreau and Janet Marler wrote a very interesting study that just got released that reviewed the academic research into HR Analytics, etc… and they came to some interesting conclusions. The primary conclusion is that even though there is a lot of activity on the public front, there appears to be very little academic research
The Cornell Center of Advanced HR Studies did a great study that was focused on small businesses and proving that good human capital practices grow revenue. Worth the read!
The Cornell Center for Advanced HR Studies (CAHRS) just published a paper on applicant perceptions on companies and the impact it has on whether they apply. What they found was that if the company is not viewed favorably then it can impact the applicant flow by 50%! In some cases, this can be very costly,
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
Dr. Bradford Bell, and PhD Student Jessice Federman – for the Cornell Center for Advanced HR Studies have done the definitive study on E-learning. They did a Meta-Analysis of 4 major studies that combined studied 426 studies over the last ten years. So basically – they are summing up the last 10 years of intellectual
Steve Miranda, the Managing Director of the Center for Advanced Human Resource Studies at Cornell does a great job keeping their focus on very topical aspects, and at the same time, keeping the longer term topics on the table. Most recently, they and American Express hosted a working group in Singapore to discuss the HR
Cornell has released their 2011 study of Chief HR Officers, and it is pretty enlightening. The study really does a good job of getting into a CHRO’s mind and figuring out what is really going on. Furthermore – it does a comparison of European and American CHRO’s so you can see the differences. Key takeaways: