Human Resources News

The daily Wiser human resources news email is designed for human resources professionals and those with an interest in the function. That function is crucial to all sizes of business and organization, from small companies with a handful of employees up to large corporations that employ thousands. The term covers the people or department in a company responsible for staffing issues - recruitment, training, downsizing, and performance appraisal. Proper management of human resources helps companies attract and retain the best people, get the most out of their workforce, and stay on the ride side of employment laws and regulations. So staying up-to-date with the industry has never been more important. Technology presents new challenges for businesses on a daily basis, and many industries are going through periods of change. There are also new ways of working that can be learned, as well as changes in regulations that should always be monitored. Register today for the free human resources news email from Wiser. Once signed up you will receive a daily digest in your inbox featuring the articles you should read to stay informed on this important aspect of business.

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Your Weekly Recommendations Sunday, February 18, 2018
 
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IDG Contributor Network: What does a CIO's 360 review even look like?
CIO • Myles F. Suer
ADPVoice: Why Social Media Should Be Part Of Recruiting -- But Just A Part
Forbes • Adp, Adp Contributor
SAP Officially Recognized as a Global Top Employer
SAP Blogs • Adam Michael Raelson
HR Is Not Your Friend. Here’s Why
Fortune Magazine • Claire Zillman, Erika Fry
Why your company needs a CHRO
CIO • Sharon Florentine
Add This To Your Resume After Deleting Your “Objective” Statement
Fast Company • Martin Yate
Ola investigating HR head on fraud charges
The Economic Times of India • Shashwati Shankar
How To Answer The Question 'How Do You Handle Stress?'
Forbes • Contributor, Liz Ryan
Would you work for free to secure a job?
BBC • Nick Eardley
These ‘Best Companies to Work For’ for Are Hiring for More Than 110,000 Jobs
Fortune Magazine • Grace Donnelly
 
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Human Resources, Organizational Development
IDG Contributor Network: What does a CIO's 360 review even look like?
CIOMyles F. Suer
While some organizations are beginning to question the value of annual performance reviews, the ritual persists at just about every business. A key element at many organizations has become the so-called 360 review. Amazingly this idea was actually developed in the 1950s,...
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Facebook Inc, Human Resources
ADPVoice: Why Social Media Should Be Part Of Recruiting -- But Just A Part
ForbesAdp, Adp Contributor
If you want to work at a McDonald’s in Australia, don’t bother sending a resume. Instead, download a Snapchat filter. McDonald’s “Snapplication” lets an applicant virtually try on a McDonald’s uniform and make a 10-second video pleading his or her case. While...
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Human Resources
SAP Officially Recognized as a Global Top Employer
SAP BlogsAdam Michael Raelson
SAP is proud to announce we have been recognized as a “2018 Global Top Employer” by the Top Employers Institute for its exceptional employee working conditions in 22 countries, 4 regions, and Global Headquarters. Last night, SAP was called on stage to...
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Corporate Social Responsibility, Ethics & Corporate Citizenship
HR Is Not Your Friend. Here’s Why
Fortune MagazineClaire Zillman, Erika Fry
Microsoft (msft, -0.71%) has a woman problem. That, at least, is the claim of an ongoing gender discrimination lawsuit against the venerable technology giant. The class action suit contends that Microsoft cheated the plaintiffs represented—roughly 8,630 women engineers and IT specialists—out of...
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Human Resources, Strategic & Project Management
Why your company needs a CHRO
CIOSharon Florentine
Uber. Binary Capital. Google. SoFi. These are just four high-profile HR disasters that devastated victims of harassment and negatively impacted each company’s brand, morale, engagement, and ability to attract and retain talent. While responsibility for the atrocious behavior behind these headlines lies...
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Human Resources, Recruiting
Add This To Your Resume After Deleting Your “Objective” Statement
Fast CompanyMartin Yate
Since most resumes are written to cast a wide net, they basically just recite everything the writer has done, but this approach dilutes the all-important data density that makes your resume discoverable. In order for recruiters to find your resume in the...
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American Express Co, Human Resources
Ola investigating HR head on fraud charges
The Economic Times of IndiaShashwati Shankar
BENGALURU: Home-grown ride-hailing application Ola has ordered an investigation into fraud allegations against the company’s HR and administration head, Yugantar Saikia, who was allegedly involved in favouring select recruitment vendors and in return receiving money estimated to be worth millions of dollars,...
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Human Resources, Recruiting
How To Answer The Question 'How Do You Handle Stress?'
ForbesContributor, Liz Ryan
Most read Can you suggest a good answer to the interview question "How do you handle stress?" I was asked that question on an interview last week. I wasn't expecting it. I wasn't sure what to say. How does anyone handle stress?...
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Labor Policy, Recruiting
Would you work for free to secure a job?
BBCNick Eardley
If you didn't have a job, how far would you go to get one? SNP MP Stewart McDonald thinks some employers are "exploiting" people by asking them to work shifts for free to prove they are up to the job. What's the...
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Hedge Funds, Recruiting
These ‘Best Companies to Work For’ for Are Hiring for More Than 110,000 Jobs
Fortune MagazineGrace Donnelly
Looking for a company where you can bring your dog to work, take four months of parental leave, or land a $100,000 bonus? Good news, Fortune’s 100 Best Companies to Work For are looking for new employees to join their teams. The...
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