Today’s blog post about the potential of GDPR and HR comes from Roland Axten, Business Analyst at Inter-Ikea in the Netherlands The potential of GDPR and HR for more effective information management in the workplace It turns out we are supposed to know what we are doing. I’m sure many of us have suspected this … Continue reading GDPR and HR and its potential for better information management
It's been raining all week here in the Boston area, but the sun is finally out today and the BLS says unemployment has dropped to 7.8% - a 3 1/2 year low. The main thing I'm thinking about as this week draws to a close is my trip next week to Orlando. No, I won't … Continue reading The Week That Was – 10/5/12
Welcome to the city of sin (which is actually Lynn, Massachusetts), but I'll let Las Vegas take the honors this week. According to organizer Bill Kutik's opening remarks, this is their largest turnout yet at over 4000 attendees. The keynote speaker, John Boudreau, gave a solid talk on evidence-based change efforts as a teaser for … Continue reading Day One of HR Tech
Here are a few pictures from the Kronos booth at HR Tech. Can you spot any familiar faces?
I'm currently in Chicago for HR Tech. Here are a few impressions from the sessions and conversations I participated in today: Kronos had the biggest and busiest booth at the show - particularly at the end of the day when we began serving our signature cocktails - Guided Decisions (Screwdrivers), Instant Engagement (Cosmos) and Complete … Continue reading HR Tech 2009
This has been a very busy week – Dallas Sunday through Tuesday for our annual Sales and Service kickoff and Chicago Wednesday through Friday for the HR Technology show. I wrote this post sitting at Gate K8 at O’Hare waiting for a flight to Orlando where I’ll spend the next 5 days at our annual … Continue reading Goodbye HR Tech, Hello KronosWorks 2008!