Case Study: The Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia

The Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia achieves great business outcomes from video interviewing.   Chief Advisor at HR Tech Advisor Ward Christman spoke with Kim Delaney BSN, RN, nursing and respiratory recruitment manager for the hospital on how her team leverages HR technology to meet the challenges from their vice president of HR to become more […]

Philanthropy by Paragon – 1/13

Paragon Relocation showed its true colors of altruistic attitude by conducting a fundraiser to support the North Texas Food Bank (NTFB). This is the third year that Paragon, provider of global relocation management services, has donated both food and money to NTFB. The staff members of Paragon Relocation donated more than 250 cans of food […]

Philips Chooses Randstad in Biggest Dutch Deal Ever

Randstad has been chosen by Philips Netherlands to provide payroll services in an €80 million contract, the biggest Dutch payroll deal ever, according to sources. The contract will cover 42,000 employees, but the length of the deal was not disclosed. Some of Philips’ employee will be transferred to Randstad.

NelsonHall expands Global BPO analyst team with appointment of distinguished industry authority Phil Fersht as Executive Vice Pr

Appoints former EquaTerra and Yankee Group executive as Executive Vice President of its Global Research Operations BOSTON (November 14, 2005) – – NelsonHall, the leading independent Business Process Outsourcing (BPO) analyst firm, today announced that Phil Fersht has joined the company as Executive Vice President of BPO Research.  In this capacity, Fersht will lead NelsonHall’s […]

Innovative Thinking

CHRO Jenn Mann’s strategic approach to human capital is providing HR the means to enable data-driven change. By Debbie Bolla When you are in the business of analytics and intelligence software, innovation is a core organizational driver. And for North Carolina-based software developer SAS, a future-thinking philosophy radiates throughout the entire organization—and HR is no […]

High-Profile Departures Shine a Light on an Age-Old Problem

Coping with attrition in the world’s fastest-growing economy By Michael Switow With the eurozone sputtering and China’s era of double digit growth a distant memory, the main bright spot in the global economy has been the United States, which experienced 3.7 per cent growth in the second quarter. But that’s not considered sufficient by most […]

Evolving Mindsets Toward Career Development

New thinking helps workers adapt to change By Wendy Tan With the speed of change sweeping through business environments, organisations increasingly need to adopt a more flexible mindset that empowers employees for career self-management. If accelerating skill development, and building the talent pipeline, is important, then this new mindset is critical. Career development is one […]

CEO’s Letter: Why Recognition Works

By Elliot H. Clark, CEO The reason recognition works is that employees are people. And in our increasingly automated, robotically controlled, computer optimized world, they will continue to be people. And people need to feel appreciation and respected. It makes them more engaged and committed. Everyone knows this intuitively. The hard part for HR is […]

Going All In

MGM bets its recognition program on a tech-driven approach—and is winning. By Debbie Bolla In the high stakes business of gaming and hospitality, for MGM Resorts International, one gamble that isn’t worth the risk is its workforce. The multi-resort empire understands that in the highly competitive guest services industry, an organization is only as successful […]