Category Archives: Perspective

The perspective from the trenches

Aon Hewitt, the field changes for Mercer, ADP, Kenexa


From its Recruitment Process Outsourcing to Benefits Admin, to Payroll and Talent Management, there is now less of a delta between them and other major employer services companies like ADP and solution providers like Kenexa and Taleo. Continue reading

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Putting a man on the moon proves easier than California payroll


After years of trying, California has finally come up with a rule that is harder to implement than putting a man on the moon. Continue reading

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Why SaaS doesn’t serve


Purest SaaS vendors make me as nervous as a long tail cat in a room full of rocking chairs. Continue reading

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We just don’t care


Steve Boese says we are comfortable being scared, I think we just don’t care Continue reading

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Self-Service and Mobility and an EPT


After starting this blog a few weeks ago, I have to admit, I’m addicted to checking my blog stats. It’s become a personal challenge to myself to see if I can draw more readers today than I did yesterday. I … Continue reading

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ADP’s WorkScape acqusition good for CornerStone


ADP’s acquisition of Workscape will make CornerStone OnDemand the lead dog in the Talent Management Space. Continue reading

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Alphabet Soup


Two members of my team recently earned their CPP (Certified Payroll Professional) certification.  They studied hard, went to classes and sat for the exam.  They were both thrilled to learn that they passed and can now order their new business … Continue reading

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