Three for Thursday: HR articles to inform and educate

I read other people’s blog posts. All of you should regularly read several, but you may not have the time or the inclination. So I read for you and point out some of the ones that I think do a good job of informing you about a subject. #1 This week’s selection starts one from …

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Supermobility

I am away this week at an IBM #NewWaytoWork conference as an invited “Influencer” for my work writing about the future. For this week I am going to highlight a view posts that discuss some of the issues of mobility that we will be discussing at the conference. At the conference we will be talking …

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Employees Won't Stop Bringing Phones to Work, but That's Not Necessarily Bad

  I am having surgery this week so I have lined up several guest posts to fill the days. Today’s post is a guest post courtesy of Social Monsters. BYOD is a key issue for HR today. Whether or not employees are using their device to perform work, they bring their smartphones and tablets along …

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Just because you own the device doesn’t mean….

  Bring your own device or BYOD is becoming a standard operating method but with it comes a potential world of trouble as I wrote about here. Many companies are still going the route of providing devices to employees that need them. But just because you own the device doesn’t mean you have carte blanche …

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Three Important issues about your BYOD policy

  First let me explain the acronym BYOD for those of you that are unfamiliar with it. BYOD stands for bring your own device. It is the process of a company allowing an employee to use their own phone, tablet, and or laptop as their work device. It is a boon to smaller companies because …

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BYOD: Not the Party that BYOB Is

  BYOD stands for Bring Your Own Device and it refers to the trend of employees using their own “smart phones” to conduct work by tying into a company’s IT system. Unfortunately there are consequences to the employee and the company for doing that and it is no party. One critical component Attorney Travis Crabtree, …

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