Engineering is an industry that doesn’t get enough of the spotlight. This career path offers a diverse range of roles. To discover more about what it means to be an engineer, Rullion spoke with Vicki Forman, a managing engineer with over 25 years’ experience.
The term Big Data is probably one of the great misnomers of the 21st century. By the time you've got to grips with the term it's already become huge data, giant data, massive data super-colossal data and eventually, if not infinite, then immeasurable data.
Data is everywhere and is particularly important for HR. But with so much to juggle, what do you do when big data becomes huge data, giant data or even immeasurable data? Here’s our top tips for managing your HR data well:
Discussing 'hiring for attitude' recently with a newspaper editor, she said the best journalists she had worked with during 27 years in the business were several high-school dropouts, a banker, a philosopher, a biologist, a lawyer, a barmaid and an ex-convict.
People analytics is like any kind of data analysis such as marketing or other types of business analytics except that it measures the value of people to an organisation.
A study by KPMG found that a massive 93% of the world’s largest 250 firms now publish an annual CSR report. That so many huge businesses are engaged in actively highlighting the good work that they do says a lot.