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Tips for Managing Mobile Workers

June 5, 2011
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From collaboration to prepping the tech help desk at the home office, constant communication is the key to successfully managing a mobile workforce.
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HR Tech Goes Social

May 9, 2011
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Recruiting led the way. Now software for employee recognition, collaboration, even wellness is being integrated into Facebook and other online networks, or mimicking them behind the company firewall.
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One Year Later Merged Peopleclick Authoria Weathers Changes

February 18, 2011
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With a tumultuous year behind it and Charles S. Jones back in charge, the recruiting and talent management vendor has an acquisition in the works and is focused on new partnerships, customers and raising its profile in the industry.
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Goin' Mobile

February 13, 2011
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In today’s high-tech world, recruiting is a 24/7 proposition. Mobile apps are helping recruiters stay ahead of the game and keep movin’ toward the best candidates.
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The Yawning of a New Era

December 8, 2010
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Employers scramble for answers on dealing with worker stress and fatigue.
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H(app)y Days

October 7, 2010
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As the smart phone market heats up, mobile apps are spicing up the HR industry with tantalizing options.
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Avoid These Hurdles to Adopting HR Mobile Apps

October 3, 2010
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Companies must decide how they'll secure corporate data on mobile devices and integrate mobile apps with existing HR information technology infrastructure. If they're thinking of developing their own app, they must select an outside contractor to work with.
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Appealing to Workers' Civic Side

September 1, 2010
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Firms find that participating in service events not only burnishes their image in cities where they do business, but also helps improve employee morale, recruitment and retention.
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Company Believes It Has Cracked the Code on Millennials Job-Seeking Habits

July 1, 2010
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Part job board and part social network, Bay Area-based Koda is built on the premise that Millennials are Internet-savvy social animals who’d rather bookmark one online destination for scanning open positions and swapping job-hunting stories than troll individual company career centers or, God forbid, use Facebook for anything but hanging out.
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Shareholders Demand Better Window Into Succession

June 18, 2010
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Historically, the SEC treated CEO succession planning as ordinary business matters—information that companies weren't required to share with shareholders. But in an October 2009 legal bulletin, the agency reversed its position, saying that 'recent events' underscored the importance of a board's role in choosing a company's top executive.
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