HR Technology Landscape

I have been thinking a lot about how complex the overall HR technology landscape has become in the last five years. Traditional time and attendance vendors now do all things (Kronos), applicant tracking vendors now do performance management (take your pick of vendors), learning management vendors now do compensation (Plateau ) and competitors are nowContinue reading “HR Technology Landscape”

Workforce Analytics: Following the employees

I ran across an interesting post from the LinkedIn blog, via Steve Barham from LinkedIn, entitled Where did all the people go from the collapsed financial institutions?. The post was looking at the flow of employees between five major financial services companies: Barclays Credit Suisse Citigroup Bank Of America JP Morgan Chase This image showsContinue reading “Workforce Analytics: Following the employees”

10 things to do in 2010

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 TheContinue reading “10 things to do in 2010”

HR Technology Trends

Credit: Flickr dbilly Last month Watson Wyatt released their 2009 HR Technology Trends Report. So I grabbed my credit card and laid down US$45 to get a copy so I could see what they had to say. Some thoughts: The report is very hard to compare with their 2007 HR Technology Trends Report as theContinue reading “HR Technology Trends”