Michael Specht

A blog from Australia looking at technology, management, Human Resources (HR) and recruitment.

HR Technology Conference

October 3rd, 2013 · Comments Off · HRIS ·

Next week I am heading off to Las Vegas to attend the 16th Annual HR Technology Conference. This will be my second visit to the conference, the last was in 2001/2002. That time the event was held in Chicago and was an amazing experience back then. I can only imagine the improvements over the last […]

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CedarCrestone HR Systems Survey

May 31st, 2010 · Comments Off · HRIS ·

For the last 12 years CedarCrestone has been conducting research into how organisations are using technology to support their HR functions, the resulting report is a must read for anyone involved in the HR Technology industry. Once again it is time for the survey and I really encourage all of my readers who are part […]

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10 things to do in 2010

January 11th, 2010 · 1 Comment · Change Management, Future, HR Management, HRIS, Recruitment, Video ·

While we are still in the first few weeks of the new year I through it would be good to look at come of the things you should focus on during 2010 to. In no particular order here is my list of 10 things to do in 2010: Have an HR/Talent Management/Recruiting application blueprint The […]

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PageUp People: Integrated Talent Management

August 7th, 2009 · 2 Comments · Recruitment, Technology ·

What is Integrated Talent Management (ITM)? Well that was the question posed at this morning’s breakfast briefing session run by PageUp People to launch their new white paper, “ITM – The Evolution”. Their answer: Credit:

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Workforce development in public and private sector

December 2nd, 2008 · 2 Comments · HR Management, Learning, Technology ·

A couple of weeks ago Kate Carruthers spoke to me about workforce development programs, the results are an article she published on the NSW TAFE eZine web site, under the heading of “Workforce development: Case studies in private and public sector implementation“. Workforce development is a key issue for both private and public sector businesses.  […]

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