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UNIVERSITY OF GOTHENBURG’S USE OF HR OPEN STANDARDS FOR PROVISIONING

Guest Blog Post: Ola Lundgren is an Integration Architect | University of Gothenburg Founded in the late 19th century, and currently home to upwards of 50,000 students every year, the University of Gothenburg is one of the larger universities in Sweden. The University has an employed staff of roughly 6,500 teachers, researchers, and administrative personnel, […]

COFFEE CHAT: XML VS. JSON

When deciding to choose between XML and JSON it’s important to be able to understand the strengths and weakness of each – XML is older and more refined but JSON is lighter weight and more optimized for newer technologies. You need to understand your business case, how you will be using the data, and how […]

WORK FROM HOME TIPS

By: Kelly Berntson, Communication and Events Manager With so many people working from home, I wanted to share with you some advice about how I succeed working from home. I’ve been working from home for 2 years now (after working 8-5 office in various sized offices) and have learned how to stay motivated while maintaining […]

AN INTERVIEW WITH HR OPEN PRESIDENT, JASON SOLE

Looking to learn more about HR Open Standards President, Jason Sole? Well, when he’s not volunteering his time to help promote HR Open at conferences or representing the Consortium at US Chamber events he’s the Director of Sales Engineering at DirectEmployers Association (DE). Jason serves as the primary liaison between the Development, Member Support, and […]

STAGED ASSESSMENT ORDER REQUEST

The HR Open Standards Assessments workgroup is excited to announce a new feature as part of HR Open 4.3 Assessment standard (coming mid-2020). Support for a staged assessment order request allows one system partner to request delivery of multiple, staged assessments from one assessment provider within a single message transaction. The staged assessment enhancement was designed […]

HR Open Standards Consortium Announces 2020 Board of Directors

HR Open Standards Consortium Announces 2020 Board of Directors HR Open Standards Consortium, the only global network of HR technology professionals committed to leading the ongoing development of global HR interoperability standards, has announced its Board of Directors for 2020. The volunteer board contributes their technical and business acumen to guide the organization in its […]

PEOPLE ANALYTICS IN STANDARDS IMPLEMENTATIONS

Guest Blog Post: Dr. Michael Moon, People Analytics Leader | ADP Imagine if you were asked to buy a house without ever seeing it. Your real estate agent tells you it has everything you asked for and you should trust her because she has had 100% success in predicting her client’s happiness with their purchase. […]

LEARN THE MYSTERY BEHIND HR OPEN STANDARDS

Every year we hold an informational webinar to introduce the Consortium to new members and show how our workgroups and projects operate. This is also a great opportunity to remind our members about the important work we do, how to be a part of it, and how we benefit the HR technology community. As a […]

SPOON, FORK OR BRANCH?

Well, you won’t need a spoon to develop in the HR Open Github environment. Forking and branching are two methods for deviating from the Main (approved and deployed) code. A branch is part of the original repository, whereas a fork is a copy of the original repository.  HR Open recommends our workgroups use branches. The […]