HR Technology Highlights – A TecHRseries Round-Up For 08-June-2020: Featuring The Myers-Briggs Company,, Robert Half, Alcott HR And More…

While the world inches back to a reopening norm and new return to work policies, New Zealand has lifted domestic restrictions with their PM Jacinda Ardern declaring victory over the coronavirus,

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HR Tech Quote-of-the-week!

Extraversion-Introversion is a key aspect of personality to think about during the current pandemic. People with a preference for Extraversion will gain a great deal of benefit where their organizations can provide them with the technology to connect with people regularly (both at work and informally), in order to keep their energy topped up. Using video can be especially useful. Making the home work environment stimulating also helps – putting the radio on, or going for regular walks around the house, for example.
John Hackston, Head Of Thought Leadership At The Myers-Briggs Company

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To collaborate with executives and meet their level of innovation is what makes HR tech jobs so important and interesting. You can’t get away with bringing old methodologies to the table because the executives and employees aren’t bringing those to the table in their roles. They’re constantly thinking about things differently and how to innovate, so should HR professionals.



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