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HR Open Source case studies prepare you for the future of work by taking you behind the headlines to provide a window into the real work that goes into successful HR and recruiting initiatives - how they pitch and championed support, how they executed, what they got wrong (every good win has an equally good failure story), metrics and ROI, and technologies used. Our case studies are written by practitioners for practitioners, and are designed to stop talking about theory and showcase the organizations getting HR and recruiting right in practice. Learn more about contributing a case study.
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Sparks are brief one-page summaries that community members create to share actionable learnings of progressive initiatives they have executed. They're designed as a snackable case study formats to promote more peer to peer resource sharing and learning. They typically take 10 minutes to complete.
We’re living in a golden age of information – blogs, podcasts, newsletters, videos, chats, groups, and more. Google has become our classroom. Our network is our extended brain. Finding information is easy. Sifting through the noise to find valuable and relevant information that helps HR and Recruiting practitioners drive innovation and make an impact in their organizations is much harder. We're here to help make that easier for you.
The template section includes curated resources, contributed and used by real practitioners, that can save you time, effort, and prevent you from reinventing the wheel. These are not best practices, they're proven resources that have worked for your peers - and may well work for you.
We'll be maintaining and adding to this list over time. If you'd like to contribute a resource, let us know at email@example.com.
From Survey Monkey: Diversity is about more than demographics. No matter how much you focus on hiring a diverse workforce, you’re not actually moving the needle if your employees don’t feel a sense of belonging. For diversity and inclusion efforts to succeed, it’s important to look beyond demographics, using data to uncover what makes a culture truly inclusive. The data you gather can be a guide for creating an environment of inclusiveness in the workplace where all employees can thrive.
The guidebook was designed for groups of three to five Starbucks partners to work through the learning session at their own pace—self-directed versus heavily moderated. Each module in the guidebook follows the same pattern—some form of inspiration (a film, a look into mind science, a leader sharing a story) followed by self- or group reflection and a chance to practice.
This people & culture dashboard was shared in the spirit of open source hr by Reddit's VP People & Culture - Katelin Holloway.
The goal of a user guide is to set blindingly clear expectations on how to collaborate without extra second-guessing.
The HR Open Source Employer Brand Dashboard was developed as a crowdsourced community project from HROS Labs. It’s designed as an open source .ppt framework to help practitioners roll up and report their employer brand activities. The dashboard is not intended to be all-inclusive, rather a customizable framework that you can modify to fit your needs.
This short guide aims to provide the first clear action plan for how recruiting teams, and company leaders, can become GDPR compliant.
This brand ambassador training guide was contributed to HROS by GE.
This resource was shared by Buffer via a Fast Company post.
The Modern Recruiting Employer Brand Checklist was built and crowdsourced with input from over a dozen leading practitioners who work in Employer Branding.
This deck was shared via Facebook's new Managing Unconscious Bias portal where their L&D team shares some of their training resources. Learn more at: https://managingbias.fb.com.
This recruiting intake form was contributed by Tenfold.
This sample recruiting budget was contributed by Glassdoor.
This template was contributed to by Charlotte Marshall and the Employer Brand team at Thermo Fisher as a resource for their HROS case study, "How Thermo Fisher Used Storytelling To Build Their Employer Brand".
This template was contributed by Hootsuite as part of their HROS case study, "How We Built A New Global Recruiting Dashboard".
This template was contributed by OPOWER as part of the HROS case study, "How We Use Data To Optimize Recruiting."
This persona mapping and empathy ebook was contributed by Ph.Creative as part of Virgin Media's HROS Case Study, "How Virgin Media is Turning Great Candidate Experience Into A £5.3M Revenue Stream"
This template was contributed by Amplify Talent to support new hire onboarding.
This template breaks down email conventions for over 1,500 companies. Contributed to HROS by Stacy Zapar and Tenfold.