Friday, October 30, 2015

With new site, Google makes public many of its internal HR tactics - The Washington Post

From the re:Work site: "We’ve launched re:Work as a curated platform of tools and lessons from Google and our partners, designed to help you use data and science to make things better, no matter where you call work."

"Now, anyone wanting to adopt other Google HR practices has a dedicated place to look. On Thursday, Google is launching what it calls a "curated platform" on the Web for sharing management ideas—both its own and those of other companies. Called re:Work, the new site will feature research-backed examples of how Google approaches things like hiring and anti-bias training, providing free public tools such as slide decks and checklists that the company uses internally. Details about the site were shared first with the Washington Post."
With new site, Google makes public many of its internal HR tactics - The Washington Post
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