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Welcome to the Social HR group.

We welcome posts relating to strategic, innovative, and especially social approaches to HR (note that social doesn't necessarily have to be about social media).

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Moderator - Jon Ingham
Strategic HR consultant and author of the new book, The Social Organization

https://www.koganpage.com/product/the-social-organization-9780749480110

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Post on networks, ecosystems and platforms from recent Global Peter Drucker Forum in Vienna

http://strategic-hcm.blogspot.com/2018/11/networks-ecosystems-and-platforms.html

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Always on Wednesdays: The most recent contributions of the most important German-speaking HR media & blogs with their TopNews - handpicked for you!

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Brainstorming is a powerful team method for creating new ideas, solving problems, and motivating and developing teams. It prompts collaboration because it involves team members in larger organizational and management issues and gets a team going with each…

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Do Psychometric Assessments Really Lead To Good Hires?
Are psychometric assessments really useful? Do they lead to good hires? This article tells you just that
Read on to know more: http://bit.ly/2pUXy16

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👥 Workplace cultures are getting more humane and relaxed while employees are encouraged to speak about anything they want. Except harmful things. Bad things. Confused by all the policies? Read our comprehensive article about what you shouldn't be afraid to speak about at work on our web and learn about the interesting perspective of HR >> https://accace.com/what-you-should-not-be-afraid-to-speak-about-at-work/

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Fun Fridays at work – sounds like an oxymoron, doesn’t it? Well, we’re here to change your mind. Did you know that over the course of a year, the typical worker puts nearly 2,300 hours at work? That’s 2,300 hours of work hard, and no ‘play', which results into increased absenteeism and disengagement at the workplace.
https://bit.ly/2puvb9I

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Organisation design for the Digital workplace experience - notes from DWX conference in Chicago this Summer:

http://strategic-hcm.blogspot.com/2018/07/organisation-design-digital-workplace.html
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