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HR Technology Interviews

Bill Kutik Merit-Pay-Increase Matrix

  

An in-depth look at the corporate slight-of-hand hocus-pocus known as the merit-pay-increase matrix.

Published on September 26 2014
Bill Kutik - HR Executive Online columnist -TotalPicture Radio interviewBill Kutik

"HR software today rarely embodies that modern point of view. HR people and managers may talk the talk of HI-POs and all the rest, but compensation software doesn't really walk the walk. Certainly not the merit-pay-increase matrix, where salaries and bonuses are specifically determined."

In Bill Kutik's latest Human Resource Executive Online HR Technology Column titled Death to the Merit-Pay-Increase Matrix, he reveals how little "merit" is actually involved in determining annual salary increases. His opening paragraph is classic Kutik: "I have hated the merit-pay-increase matrix for 25 years."

Welcome to a HR Technology Channel vodcast and podcast on TotalPicture Radio. I'm Peter Clayton - and joining me today is Bill Kutik, HR Technology Columnist and leading independent industry analyst - who's been following recruiting automation since it began in 1988 - Bill is co-chair emeritus of the 17th Annual HR Technology┬« Conference & Exposition, returning to Las Vegas, Oct. 8-10, 2014.  Bill is a frequent contributor to TotalPicture Radio and I'm happy to have him back to discuss the corporate slight-of-hand hocus-pocus know as the merit-pay-increase matrix.

Watch the video version of The Merit-Pay-Increase Matrix with Bill Kutik

 

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Recruiting is Marketing

  

A conversation with the co-founder and CEO Greenhouse, Daniel Chait

Published on September 02 2014
Daniel Chait, CEO, Greenhouse, interviewed by Peter Clayton -TotalPicture Radio Daniel Chait

This summer, Peter Clayton, producer/host of TotalPicture Radio, moderated a panel discussion at Quirky in New York City on sourcing strategies.  One of his panelists, Daniel Chait, co-founder and CEO of Greenhouse is our guest today for this HR Technology Channel Podcast on TotalPicture Radio.

Started in 2012, Greenhouse, a sophisticated yet simple to use recruiting platform has already attracted an impressive client list including Airbnb, Uber, Pinterest, Quirky, and Vimeo. Prior to starting Greenhouse, Dan was cofounder of Lab49, a strategy, design, and technology consulting firm. He is a member of the New York Angels, and teaches a class called "How to Make Hiring a Strength of your Company."

Stay tuned... a complete transcript of our interview with Daniel Chait will be available soon.

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A New Twist on the Annual HCM Software Maintenance Fee

  

Oracle & SAP Encircle Their On-Premise Base - A Conversation with Bill Kutik

Published on August 19 2014
Bill Kutik - HR Executive Online columnist -TotalPicture Radio interviewBill Kutik

If you're involved with your company's HCM software, you're probably aware of the dreaded annual maintenance fees associated with most on-premise software. You may also be aware that the rules of the maintenance game are changing.

Welcome to a HR Technology Channel podcast on TotalPicture Radio. I'm Peter Clayton - and joining me today is Bill Kutik, HR Technology Columnist and leading independent industry analyst - who's been following recruiting automation since it began in 1988 - Bill is co-chair emeritus of the 17th Annual HR Technology┬« Conference & Exposition, returning to Las Vegas, Oct. 8-10, 2014.  Bill has recently returned from his annual Silicon Valley Tour - Bill, welcome back to TotalPicture Radio -

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Questions Peter Clayton asks Bill Kutik

Tell us about your annual tour and some of the highlights from Silicon Valley this year.

As I mentioned in the open, the rules of the maintenance game for on-premise software are changing - your latest HR Executive Online column is titled: Oracle & SAP Encircle Their On-Premise Base - give us some context.

Generally speaking, maintenance fees are quite expensive, are they not?

What do the customers get?

Well that sounds like quite a lot - so why do end-users hate maintenance fees?

You had mentioned Workday - how does Workday figure into what Oracle and SAP are doing?

How is the conversion from on-premise to SaaS being marketed?

Solving Mobile Apply: Indeed Acquires MoBolt

  

A conversation with Chris Hyams, SVP of Product and International at Indeed

Published on July 15 2014
SVP of Product and International at Indeed Chris Hyams, TotalPicture Radio interviewChris Hyams

One in Every Two Job Searches is Now on a Mobile Device

Last year at the Mobile Recruiting Conference (MREC) in Atlanta I met two very nice people; Ashile Collins and Scott Garrett, part of a new start-up called MoBolt, a company providing a critical solution for companies: allowing job seekers to apply for open positions using a mobile device.

Welcome to a HR Technology Channel podcast on TotalPicture Radio, with Peter Clayton reporting. If you work for a company that does not allow for mobile apply - and chances are you do (since only about 10% of Fortune 500 companies have a mobile friendly application process) - your company is losing out big-time. The fall-off rate is huge - and if you work in retail, transportation, healthcare, fast food, and many other verticals, you are REALLY missing out, since many people working in these industries rely on their smart phones and tablets exclusively. According to a March 2013 CareerBulider survey, "Nearly one-third of CareerBuilder.com's traffic each month comes from mobile devices; however, CareerBuilder tracking shows that as much as 40 percent of mobile candidates abandon the application process when they are notified they are about to encounter a non-mobile friendly apply process."

Fast-forward to SHRM Annual 2014 in Orlando - I get a press release - "Indeed agrees to acquire the MoBolt technology business to enable employers to accept mobile job applications from all job seekers."

Joining me today to discuss this acquisition is Chris Hyams, SVP, Product and international at Indeed.

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Bill Boorman - The How and Why of an Advisory Board

  

As a Start-UP HR Technology Company, How You Develop and Compensate Your Advisory Board Will Be Critical to Your Success

Published on July 01 2014
Founder of #TruGlobal unconferences -TotalPicture Radio interviewBill Boorman

"The purpose of #HRTechTank is to connect, educate and promote innovators in the Human Resource Management & Recruitment software space."

This special HR Technology Presentation on TotalPicture Radio was recorded by Peter Clayton June 27, 2014, at #HRTechTank In New York.

In recruiting and HR circles, Bill Boorman needs no introduction. He is the Founder and Host of the Global#tru events. #Tru is an on-going series of recruiting, HR and technology events held across the globe. In 2013 there were 100 #tue unconferences held in 65 countries.

The community is made up of recruiters (corporate or agency), HR, technologists, talent acquisition, digital media, job board pros and more. No name badges, presentations or powerpoint, the emphasis is on the conversation on the key topics.

#HRTechTank is a new initiative: #HRTechTank is the HR Tech Industry Think Tank. The purpose of #HRTechTank is to connect, educate and promote innovators in the Human Resource Management & Recruitment software space.

"We bring top tier HR thought leaders and investors together to take a look at what is happening in the HR Tech space and to share their expertise with the most promising HR Tech companies."

It is not a pitching event and certainly not a competition but a real opportunity to discuss and share ideas with the brightest minds in our industry.

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Bill Boorman - The How and Why of an Advisory Board from Peter Clayton on Vimeo.

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