In a world where some of the more innovative technologies are evolving at the consumer level before trickling up to the enterprise, it comes as no surprise that even entry-level employees have access to powerful tools, applications and networks in their personal lives. What is surprising many organizations is how these same technologies have begun infiltrating the workplace. For human resources professionals, the effects are hard to miss. From …Read More
Dresser & Associates Announces Agreement with Talent Management Software Provider, Cornerstone OnDemand
Sage Abra HMRS Business Partner, Dresser & Associates, Adds SaaS-Based Talent Management Software to its Employer-Solution Offerings.
Scarborough, Maine – December 6, 2011 – Dresser & Associates, the leading Sage HRMS (formerly Sage Abra HRMS) business partner in the nation, today announced a new agreement with talent management software provider Cornerstone OnDemand. Dresser & Associates will sell and support Cornerstone’s comprehensive, …Read More
Photo credit: Brooks Elliott
Hiring new employees can be a complicated process. From writing job descriptions and determining salary range to holding interviews and extending an offer, there’s a lot to think about. Thanks to social media and cloud-based computing, the recruitment aspect of bringing on new employees has been simplified. Applicant Tracking Systems (ATS) allow HR departments to be more organized and automated from beginning to …Read More
Photo credit: liza31337
As people, we are all unique, and we each display a unique set of behaviors that define us as individuals. Some of these behaviors are recurrent and stable across time. We don’t display them in all situations, but we do display them in most situations. These recurrent and enduring behaviors comprise the picture that others have of us when they hear our name. These behavioral tendencies are what we refer to as …Read More
Kevin S. Hickey
Kevin S. Hickey, Ph.D. Management Psychology
In the 1990s, there was a great deal of excitement about the ability to diagram workflows. In some cases you could execute the workflow. This was done using proprietary code. Changes to the workflow or debugging problems happened within the code and required a programmer or an IT commitment to resolve the issues.
These tools used tokens that represented tasks and were built into the program. This is why the program required a programmer to …Read More