January 13, 2014 by Neil
As employers we have a decision to make about how we use the information that is available to us on social platforms regarding our current and future employees. The change in societal acceptance of private information being made public, doesn’t necessarily mean that there is an acceptance of this information being used in any way that we feel appropriate. So how should we handle this information?
January 6, 2014 by Neil
The role of the practitioner is to deliver sustainable change within their organisation. This means accepting the limitations and restraints of organisations and navigating them with a pragmatism.
Too much of the debate is led by those with no organisational responsibility and often little organisational experience. Let’s make 2014 the year that we shift the debate back in to reality and hear from those delivering that sustainable change,
December 16, 2013 by Neil
Sometimes we need to remember that, in general we are the lucky ones. We can reflect on the past and learn for the future but we should never forget that both good and bad things will happen. How we handle them is what counts.
December 2, 2013 by Neil
It is time for the Social HR community to stop talking about the niceties, the pleasantries and start demonstrating value in the social tools that are available. Social HR could be a force for change, or it could be another example of the pink fluffy nonsense that pollutes our profession. Which is it going to be? Who knows.