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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Recruit Millennials Through Video

By Robert Wendover If there is one medium that attracts the attention of Millennials more than any other it is video. I’m not just talking about cable television or even online services such as Hulu.com. This video culture originates on virtually...

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Digital IQ and Social Business: Seven HR Hotspots

By Christine McLeod, CHRP HR has not traditionally been known for its propensity towards ‘early adoption’ and while HR has come around to game-changing technology like email, cell phones, the internet, the Human capital side of the organization tends to...

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Is YouTube the Future of Training?

By David Creelman If you want to learn how to prune an apple tree you could take out a book from the library, sign up for a course at your local college or spend a few minutes on YouTube watching...

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Legal Ease – Lap Dancing Saga Grinds to a Close

  By Robert Smithson      For two Winnipeg teachers, the last several months have surely been an excruciating and humiliating experience.  If they were ever going to experience a “What was I thinking?” moment, this was definitely it.   For the (perhaps) three people...

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