HRBoss Blog: April 2014

Article by Steve Kay

on 23 Apr 2014

Have you ever heard the saying “You can’t find what’s not there”?

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Article by HRBoss

on 16 Apr 2014

An Applicant Tracking System (ATS) is designed to automate recruitment tracking and simplify the recruitment life cycle by managing resume data and job applications electronically, alleviating a lot of backlog in hiring. Almost all large organizations and approximately 70 % of all mid-sized companies use some type of ATS in 2013, and that number is increasing as more businesses are starting to invest in HR technology.

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Article by Annabella Poon

on 14 Apr 2014

If you’ve been using online accounts like Yahoo, Facebook and Google, you will be aware of the security hole that rocked the world of web last week. News of the Heartbleed Bug was announced last week on 7 April 2014, complete with an official website and a bleeding heart logo.

Article by Manisha Dhalani

on 10 Apr 2014

The new regulations by the Singaporean authorities to be set in place for the recruitment industry are fast approaching and amongst the changes that we will foresee include the Singapore's Personal Data Privacy Act (PDPA) and the Fair Consideration Framework (FCF).

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Article by Annabella Poon

on 7 Apr 2014

Undeniably, ‘Big Data’ has taken the business world by storm. With the emergence of Cloud Infrastructure and Technologies, end-users of these systems are now able to obtain, generate and visualise data in ways that historically, we weren’t able to achieve.

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Article by Annabella Poon

on 3 Apr 2014

Just 2 weeks after the release of The Asia HR Big Data Survey Whitepaper Report, HRBoss spoke to leading government and HR industry experts to get their take on the Survey results. Read on to find out what they had to say about the state of HR Big Data in Asia.