Tech Trends in Talent Acquisition: HR Professionals, Decision Makers, and Recruiters Hungry to Harness the Power of Social and Mobile Technology
iCIMS Sees Registrations for 12-City HR Hero Event Series Soar
As iCIMS’ innovative 12-city, 2013 HR Hero Event Series moves into its 2nd quarter, the company is reporting a surge in interest from HR professionals across the country when it comes to finding out about the latest technology trends that are impacting their industry.
Full schedule for Q2 available now…read more
Regardless of where you are in your career, which function you hold, and what your day-to-day responsibilities are, being a process-oriented individual is critical for optimal success. Processes create efficiencies, improve communication, give an organization a sense of structure, can guide companies through the toughest of times and the best of times, can prevent chaos from erupting in all types of scenarios. If a key employee leaves, if a company is scaling quickly, if a company is downsizing quickly, or if a new client is brought on board—all of these are scenarios in which having clear processes in place prior to the event will help transitions happen far more efficiently and smoothly, and keep business running as usual otherwise. If you don’t have appropriate processes in place for events like these, chaos can ensue quickly. Cara Aley provides some fabulous project management and process-oriented books that are well worth reading for the operations-driven individual.read more
The HRIS World is calling for writers for our blog. We are a professional blog that is read by 75+ countries and 10,000+ monthly, with nearly 50% of our audience being decision makers in their company or business. The other 50% is comprised mostly of admins, recent grads, and college students. Topics include, but are not limited to…read more
Dawn Altnam lives & works in the midwest and loves following the business tech world where spends her time researching her interests and then frequently sharing her discoveries in blogs.
Technology investments are necessary for any business wanting to keep up with today’s mobile world.
However, in a struggling economy, few businesses are able to provide their employees with the latest technology.
This problem has become even more prevalent in recent years, as the speed of innovation has forced companies to replace hardware at a staggering rate.
Thus, business leaders must make an unfortunate choice between spending limited funding on new technology or running the risk of becoming obsolete.
Click the read more button to discover how every cloud has a silver lining…read more