$HRM and HRCI; Mo Money, Mo Problems

John Whitaker HR, SHRM

Hank Jackson is a CPA. Prior to being CEO of SHRM, Mr. Jackson served as the Global Finance Officer. Before joining SHRM, he was the EVP/CFO for Howard University; before that, a public accountant. Let’s just say the man knows his way around a spreadsheet. Hank, as I mentioned, is a CPA. So with that in mind, consider again the recent …

5 Things You Should Know This Week

Cara Lucas Cara Lucas, This Week in HR

Hi FOT Nation! Welcome back to another week—here are 5 things you should know to get your week started: 1. Monster’s New Strategy: Aggregate All the Jobs; Pay for Performance; Broaden Candidate Base: Careers publisher Monster Worldwide outlined a sweeping new strategy that vastly expands its job offerings and the universe of candidates—by aggregating them from social sites and the Internet generally—and introduces …

The CYA Report E57: SHRM Members for Transparency—2 Years Later [PODCAST]

Cara Lucas Cara Lucas, HR, Kris Dunn, Podcast

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SHRM Leadership Should Lead

Laurie Ruettimann Bad HR, Corporate Social Responsibility, Culture, Current Affairs, Laurie Ruettimann

Today is a big day. There are several hundred human resources professionals descending on Washington DC to participate in SHRM’s Leadership Conference Hill Day. They are lobbying our Congressional leaders on things like healthcare, tort reform and quick and easy access to H-1B visas. Here are three things I want SHRM leaders to say to our elected officials. You should …

Would You Sign This Petition? STEM, SHRM and the Body of Knowledge

William Tincup Audacious Ideas, Change, Good HR, HR Technology, Science, Trench HR, William Tincup

This is going to sound crazy. Wait for it… wait for it… wait for it… I want to change HR. Seems a bit premature… story of my life. (We’ll have to delve into that with another blog post.) When folks outside of the ecosystem of HR think of HR, they think of: Personnel and Staffing Compliance People People That’s about …

ILSHRM13 Session Preview: Kris Dunn and Laurie Ruettimann

Laurie Ruettimann 60-Second SPHR, Conferences, FOT Shoutout, Kris Dunn, Laurie Ruettimann, Leadership

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Bankroll HCM: Follow the Money #SHRM13

Laurie Ruettimann HR Tech, HR Technology, HR Vendors, Laurie Ruettimann, SHRM

In December 2011, TechCrunch published a short-but-brutal article that will live in infamy as one of the most influential HR-related articles since Fast Company published Why We Hate HR back in 2005. In what is perhaps the most boring piece of tech news to come out of this week, German software giant SAP has today announced that it will buy the US-based SuccessFactors, a company that …

Conferences: Find Better Speakers

Meredith Soleau Audacious Ideas, Communication, Don't Feed the Vendors, Good HR, Meredith Soleau, SHRM

Over the past two months, I have been to three conferences (Ohio SHRM, Recruiting Trends, and Digital Dealer). Each conference had good sessions and bad sessions. I want to talk about the bad ones and piss off about half of the speaking circuit. Motivational Speakers? Are Stupid. Nothing makes me more upset than spending $800 to attend a two day …