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HR Happy Hour 197 – Non-predictions for HR in 2015

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HR Happy Hour 197 – Non-predictions for HR in 2015

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HR Happy Hour 197 : Non-predictions for HR in 2015

Recorded Tuesday December 23, 2014

Hosts: Steve BoeseTrish McFarlane

For the might-be-the-final show of 2014, HR Happy Hour hosts Steve and Trish took a quick look back at some of the big themes in HR and HR technology in 2014, (data, really BIG data. And also analytics too), while coming to a fast agreement while this may have been a trend in 2014, that actually speculating or predicting on future trends is kind of silly. What makes a trend anyway? Do any of these HR predictions matter?

We also hit on some thoughts about what 2015 might hold for HR and HR tech (Note: these are NOT predictions), and hit upon one of the most interesting current stories impacting work and technology – the recent hack and leak of Sony Pictures Entertainment. Long story short – EVERY HR shop has loads of sensitive HR and employee data getting passed around the organization in Excel spreadsheets. And you put way too much private stuff in Emails. Be careful out there friends.

Additionally, Trish staked out a plan to do a live HR Happy Hour Show from the Tournament of Roses parade in 2016 and Steve pitched a potential live New Year’s Eve show for next week.

You can listen to the show on the show page here, or using the widget player below.

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Also you can access and subscribe to the show on iTunes, or for Android devices using Stitcher Radio, (or your favorite podcast app). Just search for ‘HR Happy Hour’ to add the show to your playlist/subscriptions and you won’t miss an episode.

This was a fun show about some of the big things happening in HR and HR tech and hope you find the show fun as well.

Happy HR Holidays!

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