Top 5 HR Articles of the Month – August’21

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Discover in this post our selection of some of the best articles related to the world of Human Resources for the month of August.

1. 5 real TA/Hiring Strategies for a brutal post-covid recruiting world

It’s a hard time to be a recruiter. As Kevin Costner once told the Durham Bulls manager in a meeting on the mound in a Double-A minor league game, “we’re dealing with a lot of **** here.” What can you do as a TA leader? You can either just sit there and take it, or you can have a plan and try to get some hires you wouldn’t ordinarily get by thinking about strategies and alternatives.

By: Kris Dunn

2. Can you identify effective leaders by their communication habits and emails?

Effective leaders — experts at their job — know and do better. They know that productive email practices make the difference in giving them time to think strategically, to reflect deeply, and to produce important work.

By: Dianna Booher

3. Recruitment and retention strategies that actually work

The Great Resignation continues to march on through American businesses and will most likely strike your business. However, the hope is that you can use this to recruit fabulous new people while focusing on retaining your top talent at the same time.

By: Evil HR Lady

4. People analytics: will graph technology revolutionise HR?

Graph-based models can analyse large volumes of interconnected data and uncover hidden connections. Graph databases model complex networks of nodes, entities, and their interrelationships, making graph technology ideal for HR carrying out organisational people analytics. Graph technology helps organisations get a clear view of all the relationships and roles within the workforce.

By: Amy Hodler

5. Social learning powers distributed work

El trabajo distribuido llegó para quedarse, porque a mucha gente le gusta, la pandemia no ha terminado y habrá otras, y las fuerzas del mercado buscarán maximizar las ganancias y reducir los costos laborales. Pero las llamadas de Zoom todo el día no van a crear entornos de trabajo donde los trabajadores del conocimiento puedan lidiar con problemas complejos o crear soluciones innovadoras. La clave del trabajo distribuido es el aprendizaje social.

By: Harold Jarche

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