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More HR Technology Knowledge Needed for Future HR Leaders

According to a 2013 SHRM Survey of 372 HR faculty (out of 1,723 invited to participate) backed this up, with 61% of faculty citing Human Resource Information Systems was a perceived deficiency in HR training offered to undergraduate HR students (Risk Management, and Mergers and Acquisitions were the 2nd and 3rd cited deficiencies).

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HR Happy Hour 177- Analyze This!

Discussion about what analyst firms do and how HR leaders can be helped by the advisory services they provide in addition to the research. In this episode, we talked about some of the upcoming research Brandon Hall Group is working on as well as the recently launched HR Systems Survey.

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9 Tips For Providing a Better Vendor Demo

Things to remember in order to better engage with your potential clients.

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HR Systems Survey- Please Weigh In Today

Survey results will aid HR leaders in making decisions and also to learn more about how to purchase and then implement the solutions.

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Should Your HR System Be Integrated with your Financial System?

Should you chose an integrated system or an interfaced system?

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Base your technology needs and decision making on measurable reasons.

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HR Happy Hour: Oracle HCM World Preview~ Modern HR

This week on the HR Happy Hour Show, Steve Boese and I talked with Gretchen Alarcon, Vice President of Oracle HCM Strategy for Oracle, for an interesting and fun conversation about some of the most important challenges facing the modern HR leader and the organization as we head into 2014.

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HR Happy Hour: Using Big Data for Recruiting Success

It is still a challenge for many HR and Recruiting organizations simply to manage the volume of applicants that they are seeing for many positions, and to have the ability to spend the time and resources attempting to ensure they are engaging with (and hiring) the very best people that they can. The volume can often make expediency win out over making informed decisions, and in front-line, customer-facing roles this has the potential to cause pretty significant problems for the organization.

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