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VANCOUVER, BRITISH COLUMBIA (PRWEB) April 11, 2013

Visier, the innovation leader in workforce analytics, announced today it will be hosting a complimentary webinar, “Five Critical Obstacles HR Must Overcome on the Road to Successful Workforce Analytics,” on Tuesday, April 23, 2013 at 1:00 p.m. EDT/ 10:00 a.m. PDT.

Organizations are collecting more data on the workforce than ever before, and increasingly asking for ways to use this information to improve their workforce to deliver improved business results. With increasing volumes and sources of data comes more complexity, which is further compounded by an increasingly demanding business environment.… Continue reading

South Africa is absolutely buzzing with excitement at the moment.   Vuvuzelas, in abundance wherever you go, and the noise and hype simply has to stir something inside of you.   Even those who claim to have no interest in sport whatsoever are being caught up in the moment.

Johannesburg came to a standstill yesterday (Wed 11 June 2010) as thousands of fans gathered to catch a glimpse of their Bafana Bafana Team – Employers were encouraged to allow fans the time off to be a part of the excitement at the parade.

Road works have taken over the… Continue reading

If there’s a coach inside the country as very good as Tommy Tuberville, an individual needs to point him out. The truth is that he, alone among NCAA coaches, has the potential to genuinely revamp and repair the broken state in the Texas Tech Red Raiders football program. Without having delving into the controversial year how the Red Raiders had last season with their recently fired coach, Mike Leach – and who hasn’t heard all about that sordid tale by now – let’s spend our time in a more productive manner: evaluating the future prospects for Tommy Tuberville and his… Continue reading

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