Category Archives: HR Strategy

Digital Associates finally have their flaming platform

Digital Associates finally have their flaming platform

HFS examines the world of chatbots and their more sophisticated cousins, Digital Associates

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Leaders embracing an infinite mindset can flourish during these times

Leaders embracing an infinite mindset can flourish during these times

With no defined time horizon, no clearly-defined rules, and with players that may enter and exit at any time, the primary objective of an infinite game is quite simply to keep playing

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Welcome to the world of the modern-day 'do-nothing' employee

Welcome to the world of the modern-day 'do-nothing' employee

We all know a few "do-nothing" employees, don't we?  Those lovely people who somehow slither around within their organizations and somehow retain employment... despite never really doing anything. 

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Day One Fund… Day Two Bummed... Bezos sets a chilling example for the future of work

Day One Fund… Day Two Bummed... Bezos sets a chilling example for the future of work

If you’re a business leader with an anti-Bezos approach – and you genuinely want to help your teams prepare and succeed, the time to start is now.

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It's time to give these poor Millennials a break

It's time to give these poor Millennials a break

HfS analyst Ollie O'Donoghue, a proud representative of the Millennial race, lets loose with a staunch defense of his species

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2018: Why the full-time job will never be so precious, as the gig economy crumbles and judgment work is digitized

2018: Why the full-time job will never be so precious, as the gig economy crumbles and judgment work is digitized

The onus is circling back to the value of being a full-time employee

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HfS strikes HR tech gold with Steve

HfS strikes HR tech gold with Steve

HR technology veteran Steve Goldberg joins HfS as Research Vice President

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Social media has turned us into a society of gibbering digital morons

Social media has turned us into a society of gibbering digital morons

It’s time to make things real again…

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Did Randstad just pay $429m too much for Monster?

Did Randstad just pay $429m too much for Monster?

Why did staffing giant Ranstad buy the shriveled remains of a legacy resumé-based online recruitment site?

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We are all outcome workers, whether we like it or not...

We are all outcome workers, whether we like it or not...

Does anyone care how hard you work, or do they care what you have achieved?

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