Archive for December, 2009
Posted on 31. Dec, 2009 by John Sumser.
People who work in HR have a difficult time influencing the profession or its direction. It’s just not possible, most of the time, to get a clear view of the big picture from one slot in the trenches. Because of this, most of the big ideas that move through the industry come from consultants, academics, [...]
Posted on 15. Dec, 2009 by John Sumser.
By John Sumser Like a slow moving tsunami, the Recruitment Process Outsourcing movement is headed to a recruiting department near you. These days, the state of the art looks like a seamless integration with /component/page,shop.browse/category_id,7/option,com_virtuemart/Itemid,4/vmcchk,1/”>cialis ejaculation the host company. Today, RPOs engage in talent pool development, employment branding and onboarding for starters. The practice has [...]
Posted on 11. Dec, 2009 by JohnSumser.
Measuring Influence Next week, as a part of the launch of the HRExaminer, we’re going to release a ranked list of the Top 25 Online Influencers in HR. This list is completely generated by algorithm (think Google). The list ranks the Top 25 voices in HR based on their online footprint. In the larger Top [...]
Posted on 11. Dec, 2009 by John Sumser.
By John Sumser At a party the other night, someone said that Kris Dunn is so omnipresent because he never sleeps. Kris’s output is prodigious; he seems to be everywhere. There are very few VPs of HR who hold a candle to his insight and contribution. He is the quintessential next generation HR Leader. If [...]
Posted on 08. Dec, 2009 by John Sumser.
By John Sumser Dan Finnigan has the deepest roots in internet technologies of anyone in the HR or Recruiting space. He’s had his finger on the pulse of changing communications infrastructure since the early 80s. With roles in academia, business, newspapers, internet media and now SocialRecruitment, Finnigan has been at the start of three, possibly [...]