Month: November 2016

What The Girl In HR is Reading: Monday Nov 7

I’m coming up for air to share what I’ve been reading that is not baby, toddler, eating, breastfeeding, motherhood related 🙂

I also decided to mostly steer clear of anything 2016 election related (for now) … but that doesn’t mean that there still isn’t a TON of stuff going on that might peak your HR interest!

Here are a few things that got me thinking over the last week!

  • As an HR girl who is currently focusing in on the “compliance” space –this one was one worth sharing– I for sure feel it in my space and know that others are as well. If you’re having a hard time getting your fellow HR peeps or even your managers on board, this is a good read to help understand the “why” and maybe even get you (and your organization) thinking about what might be next… and maybe even what you can do to be more proactive –>

    As compliance pressure mounts, businesses turn to regulatory technology

    https://techcrunch.com/2016/10/18/as-compliance-pressure-mounts-businesses-turn-to-regulatory-technology/?ncid=rss#comments

  • Let’s all shed a tear as we say GOODBYE to Twitterfeed which shut down as of Oct 31. Bummer– I LOVED Twitterfeed — if you were a Twitterfeed lover — what, if anything, will you be using now?

Twitterfeed To Shut Its Doors

http://www.aristocratworld.com/2016/10/twitterfeed-to-shut-its-door.html

  • Competition much? … er, its in my top 5 😉  — what do you think? Agree?

The good and the bad of keeping score at work

http://www.humanresourcesonline.net/good-bad-keeping-score-work/

  • Okay … so ONE thing related to the elections — things that you might need to look at depending on which candidate wins on Nov 8.  That’s not picking or advocating a side, that’s just gathering information — 🙂

Possible Clinton & Trump Results for Human Resources

http://www.cutimes.com/2016/11/02/possible-clinton-trump-results-for-human-resource?ref=hp-top-stories

8 Presidential Election Issues That Impact Your Workplace

http://www.blogging4jobs.com/hr/8-presidential-election-issues-workplace/

What caught your HR eye recently?

Yours,

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