65 million isn’t just the number of years that have passed since the extinction of the dinosaurs. It’s also the number of Americans who live in a community with less than one physician for every 3,500 people. Now, whether you’re a doctor or not, can you imagine…Continue
These are the top fifteen programming languages on Github, the top site where engineers collaborate on creating software. Scroll down on the advanced search dialog and you will see the lo-o-o-o-ong choice of the languages, starting with the 24 most popular, then, listing "everything else":
Github also offers to search for languages using the…Continue
In part 3 of my Sourcecon posts we will discuss the things that came from the George Bool track and general sessions. We will deal with day 1 in this post.
The opening of Sourcecon saw Jim Stroud do his thing. He spoke about Facebook and the stats that go with it, how Facebook has a massive…Continue
If staffing firms are searching for greater efficiency, spending countless hours chasing time cards and manually entering data each week won’t help.
In my numerous conversations with staffing firms across North America, I am continuously amazed at how many firms still follow a manual process. Manual data entry promotes a higher risk of error. This risk is increased if the…Continue
In Part 82 of this series, I posed the question whether or not human capital management was dead or not. In this part I want to suggest that there is a vital path to your survival both as an HR professional and as part of your organization.
The C-Suite office holders of the 21st century are in a quandary. They are confronted with a wide-ranging audience they must answer to. This audience includes the stakeholders of the organization as well as the human capital assets. The…Continue
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