Laszlo Bock shares how people analytics made Google what it is today, what’s wrong with HR and a lot more in his new book, ‘Work Rules!’
Articles by Michelle Rafter
The top people person at Google gives rare insight into the search engine giant’s human capital management practices.
Though women have made strides in the C-suite, a significant gender gap remains. It’s a deficit some U.S. companies are determined to change.
You don’t have to spend a lot on extras for employees to love them, and love you for offering them.
Fewer C-suite managers get luxuries like use of corporate jets because of shareholder pressure, rising costs.
Companies with more money than time can pay companies like AnyPerk to manage employee perks for them.
Years after HR departments first started using mobile to find and recruit potential employees, more are integrating it into internal workforce management functions as well.
SilkRoad took measures to ensure people weren’t confusing it with black market website Silk Road.
Employee with access to personnel data from a mobile device view it more often than those who can only look up the same data from a Web portal, according to an ADP study.
HR managers on a big data learning curve can get help from blogs, books, conferences and other resources.