Proceeding with HR Analytics without knowing your objectives is like traveling without a definite destination to go
People analytics, also known as HR Analytics, is the “application of evidence to management decisions about people” – Mike West
Employment issues, negative online experience and bullying top ASKSonnie.INFO’s most visited articles of the decade (2010-2019).
Before giving apps the permission to access information in your smartphone, be mindful of likely consequences when your personal data is collected and used.
Joyfully reconnecting. This is what social web did to people 10 years ago, long before trolls and fake news thrive the virtual world.
The hacking of Zuckerberg’s accounts is connected to Linkedin’s security breach
Bloggers have three paths to choose from– sideward, upward and diagonal. Which path is your cup of tea, and why?
Depending on your personal bias, (online) libel can be viewed as either curtailing your right to free speech and expression; or protecting you from abusive expression or speech by others
HR 3.0 is the fusion of the millennial culture, geo-economics and technology to the traditional HR silos.
We cannot afford protection to persons if they themselves did nothing to place the matter within the confines of their private zone- SC Justice Presbitero J. Velasco Jr.
I strategically use blog and social media for the balance of pull and push marketing.
With the potential of big data and the benefits it can bring, are we willing to surrender our privacy?
A good marketing campaign will not only yield better sales, it’ll also generate positive PR that can attract sought after talents
With the renewed interest to blogging, it is ideal for seasoned bloggers to collaborate with new generation of bloggers to re-visit the value adding uses of blogs, to benefit not only the community but the blogger too.
Online presence is the engine. Value adding contents is the fuel. Social media is the vehicle that will take you to your dream job
Focus on building good content and let search engines do its work.
Eight reasons why I still blog, despite the social media boom.
A single word to describe the Filipino internet is ‘social’. The Philippines still holds the highest social media penetration of all countries w/ 96.1% of the online population in social media. Some of the popular sites are as follows:
Facebook- 92.2%; Twitter- 20.3%; Tumbler- 12.6%; LinkedIn- 8.6%
Likewise, with 9 in every 10 searches on the Filipino web, search has largely become synonymous with Google”. Yahoo! comes on distant 2nd with 6.7% and Bing on 3rd.