Is HR Broken?
What do you think? I’ve heard and read it often that HR is, indeed, broken.
Human Resources and Talent Management are supposed to assist employees (ranging from high-ranking executives to the newest and most subordinate player) in their experience at work, making it better. HR should, most definitely, listen to and be responsive to every employee on payroll.
Human Resource Professionals have fought for years to get a seat at the table. But, what exactly does that mean? We should be tired of the excuses given for why bad employment experiences exist. If employees are taken care of, basic needs met, if they are heard, if managers are doing their jobs? Perhaps lawsuits and attrition would drop and those tremendous employer branding efforts would be a little less necessary.
Do Employees have a Voice?
It may be …
Stacey Harris, VP of Research and Analytics at Sierra-Cedar
Stacey Harris, VP of Research & Analytics at Sierra Cedar shares the news and expectations for the latest HR Systems Survey – closes June 30!
Check out the Sierra-Cedar 2017–2018 HR Systems Survey, 20th Annual Edition. We’d love to have you support this research effort. All responses are anonymous and kept strictly confidential. They only use your information in the aggregate. Your privacy is strictly maintained.
“Research has to have a story behind it.”- Stacey Harris
Stacey joins Rayanne to discuss these points:
History of the Survey – 20 years strong now! Most significant finding from last year’s results Expectations for this year What to watch for: Personalization!
Take the survey …
HR in Higher Ed
Facing unique financial pressures, colleges and universities must have HR departments that operate efficiently and at a high level. They must move past basic administrative roles and become a major organizational influence. In order to combat these pressures effectively, it may help to identify some key challenges that cross the path of human resource professionals at institutions of higher learning.
What are the Key Challenges? Budget – HR budgets in higher education have tended to be 50 – 75 % lower than those found in other industries, according to a study by Aon. In addition, state budget shortfalls have made it necessary for all departments to cut back. Rising Healthcare Costs – The same Aon study found that increasing healthcare costs are a top concern for Higher Ed HR. Recruiting – Attracting and Retaining new employees …
Kane Frisby, “Using data to improve HR processes”
Kane Frisby, Chief Strategy Officer – Dovetail Software
“The majority of HR teams are probably running unhealthy and getting fit can take a bit of effort. We like to help HR departments run themselves and we keep our product up-to-date.” – Kane Frisby
We can help you get your HR department in shape and keep it in shape. Dovetail’s new employee portal will have significant impact on the engagement and experience of your employees.
Check out this great interview and learn what’s on Kane’s mind: #HRfit Employee Portal, HR Help Desk, Knowledge Management, and Reporting Analytics Helping HR engage with Employees with a convenient Employee Portal Getting …
Charlie Judy talks Culture on intrepidHR!
Charlie Judy, Founding Partner with Work XO, LLC, talks about the work he does at Work XO – a “culture shop” – at a genetic level providing data and intelligence to helping clients align culture with potential and growth.
“Human doesn’t happen organically, it is a little ironic and – but it doesn’t happen when its enveloped in this institution we call work.”
Check out this great interview and learn what’s on Charlie’s mind: Being Intentional about Your Culture The Right Culture The reinforcement and clarification of Culture The Evolution of Culture The Institution of Work Remaining Relevant in the World of Work Tuning Out the Noise Unleashing Human Potential
On Culture: “You can’t look …
Mike Rude: SVP & CHRO at Option Care
“The future of HR and the role that technology, in particular business analytics, will likely play in the human resources space over the next few years…, There’s so much data out there – what is the most relevant information and what are the relevant metrics – what are things that really have meaning to business outcomes – not just ‘things that can be measured’. I’m not sure anyone has the silver bullet on the ideal set of business analytics.”
Check out this great interview and learn what’s on Mike’s mind: The Futue of HR and the role of Tech in that Future The …
HR Tech Industry Icon: Bill Kutik
Bill Kutik stopped by the Dovetail booth at the HR Tech conference in Chicago recently and shared his insights and expertise. What keeps Bill invigorated?
“These are the people who know the most about a field I’ve been heavily involved in for the 27 years. You just don’t give that up in a flash. You play the edges of it, so I’ve found good edges to play and it’s worked out quite well.”
Check out this great interview and learn the latest and greatest on Bill’s mind:
HR Technology today The HR Tech panel with Naomi Lee Bloom, and Brian Sommer What Bill envisioned when he launched HR Tech The “Town Meeting of this Industry” “Technorati” of HR Tech Firing Line with Bill Kutik – Bill’s show on YouTube – check it …
Healthcare HR Expertise
Not too long ago, or veep of marketing sat down with Healthcare HR expert, Jay Kuhns. Jay heads up Healthcare Strategy at Kinetix and is known as THE guy when it comes to forward thinking in a Healthcare HR department.
He travels all over the country speaking, presenting, keynoting, and assisting HR departments in healthcare organization understand the impact of employment branding, employee engagement, and employee experience and how these each contribute to the retention of quality healthcare employees.
Blessed, Lucky, Fortunate
We feel blessed, lucky, and fortunate at Dovetail to call Jay a friend and mentor when it comes to Healthcare HR, He knows his stuff and we are only too happy to share it with you.
Dovetail HR sponsors HR Latte where Jay was recently the …
HR Latte: ASHHRA Conference 2016
Dovetail Software will be at the Annual ASHHRA Conference Sept 24-27 in Grapevine, TX at Booth #130 in the Expo Hall. Rayanne recently chatted with Healthcare HR expert, Jay Kuhns of Kinetix, about how Healthcare HR Professionals can best benefit from attending a conference.
Discussion Points for this episode: What Attendees can Expect from a Conference and Expo Hall What Vendors can do Differently HR Tech: Define Your Needs, Make Sure the Product Meets your Needs How to Get the Most out of Presentations & Educational Sessions The Risk-Averse Industry of Healthcare HR How to Maximize Your Conference Attendance
Carnival of HR: I feel like we just finished sweeping up the popcorn and peanut shells from last time, and yet here we are!
I’m always excited to get to host the carnival. It’s a great chance for us to stay connected to the HR community that means so much to us, and to share our platform with great authors in our space. Thanks to all of you for visiting and reading. Please take a few minutes to check out the links.
Our theme, loosely applied as always, is around conferences. We do a lot of them, and we were very much looking forward to SHRM16 this month. We’ve realized, though, that the show starts on Father’s Day this year. That’s happened in the past, and it usually kills off any chance of attending for me. …