Infographic: ATS Integrated vs Traditional Social Media Recruiting

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Of Google, Groupthink and the Culture of Decision-Making

By Glenn Krahulic and Peter Walters What can the recent controversies at Google, Facebook and Uber teach us about cultural limits to decision-making in our company and community? A Similarity of Differences On the face of it, from a cultural perspective, Google...

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Navigating by Organizational Moral Compass

By Isabelle St-Jean Knowing your true North has never had truer value than now. At a time when social media is blurring personal and professional boundaries, the need for accountability, best practices and organizational alignment on all levels becomes imperative. In...

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Social Media @ Work For HR

By Nancy Painter When LinkedIn was launched in 2003, few in HR could have predicted the role social media would come to play in the profession. In fact, few probably recognized the term “social media” in 2003. Today LinkedIn has 500...

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The Real ROI of Informal and Social Learning

By Lorie Corcuera "Share your knowledge. It’s a way to achieve immortality." —Dalai Lama Over the past 30 years, I have witnessed the changes and shifts to our learning culture, and I still recall the days when encyclopedias were an essential resource...

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Social Media Goes to Work (For or Against You?)

By Michael Palmer What value do organizations truly receive from having a presence on social media? It is a question I am surprised to hear still brought up, particularly by HR professionals. Considering how candidate behaviours have evolved alongside online technologies,...

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Five Technologies That Serve HR and the Workplace Well

By Garry Priam We are all affected by technology—both personally and professionally. We yearn to stay connected and continuously updated with each other and the world around us, yet can feel intimidated or disconnected by both the pace and face...

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Social Media: A Woman’s Touch Required

By Andrew Woods Without a doubt, we live in an era of unparalleled communicative potential. Moreover, as our technologies continue to evolve, all prior preconceptions of ‘boys and their toys’ have been firmly put out the window. This holds particularly...

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