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  • Social Media: Moving From Danger To Brand Building Opportunity - March 26, 2014
    In a few short years, companies have gone from seeing as a danger to be avoided to training employees to be brand ambassadors. usage is now ubiquitous outside and inside companies Regardless of our age or generational cohort, we are now all digital citizens. Let’s take the case of MasterCard , Five years ago, MasterCard saw [...]
  • Five Workforce Myths Busted - February 6, 2014
    As American workers, we spend at least 1,700 hours a year working, according to the Federal Reserve’s Economics Data. If you think that is a lot, consider our Eastern neighbors: workers in Singapore, Korea and Hong Kong each spend more than 2,200 hours a year on the job! But if we spend so much time [...]
  • 2014: The Year Social HR Matters - January 6, 2014
    In 2013, organizations finally began in earnest to integrate social technologies into recruitment, development and engagement practices. In 2014, this social integration will become the status quo. The digital immigrants have now caught up to the digital natives – we are now all digital citizens. The fastest growing demographic on Google+ is 45-54 and on [...]

Jeanne Meister @ The HBR Blog Network

Harvard Business Review Blog
It used to be that if you wanted to work for a certain company, you went in for an informational interview or waited for a job opening and submitted your resume. These days, you may be better off liking the company on Facebook or joining their Google+ page. That’s because smart companies are no longer waiting for the right candidates to apply. They’re actively seeking them out on social media. Read more on the social media tools forward-looking companies are using to find talent in Jeanne Meister’s most recent Harvard Business Review blog.

Recent Articles about Future Workplace®:

Human Resource Exacutives OnlineHuman Resource Executives Online: The Many Uses of MOOCs
Massive open online courses present a cost-effective way for companies to provide their workers with training and development opportunities, but experts say there are also marketing and recruiting opportunities for HR leaders willing to pursue them. Read more on the MOOC phenomenon, including responses from an interview with Jeanne Meister on Human Resource Executives Online.

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