The UK government finally pins down Mark Zuckerberg

engadget | February 21, 2019

The UK government finally pins down Mark Zuckerberg
The UK government has been trying for the best part of a year to get Mark Zuckerberg in front of it. Now, after being repeatedly given the run-around by the Facebook CEO, it looks like it might finally have its man. The Department for Digital, Culture, Media & Sport has confirmed that UK culture secretary Jeremy Wright will meet with Zuckerberg at Facebook's Californian headquarters on Thursday.

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The Human Resources industry is abuzz with innovations and technology trends that are changing the way organizations think about people in their workforce (aka, talent with a capital “T”). In addition, the much-prophesied “silver tsunami” is on our doorsteps after the respite provided by the recent recession. General industry studies that show rapidly increasing adoption of HR technologies abound, with cloud Talent Management solutions at the forefront. And disruptive technology trends  the cloud itself, plus ubiquitous mobile, social, and analytical capabilities delivered via consumer models are changing the way talented people expect to interact with their employers.

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Spotlight

The Human Resources industry is abuzz with innovations and technology trends that are changing the way organizations think about people in their workforce (aka, talent with a capital “T”). In addition, the much-prophesied “silver tsunami” is on our doorsteps after the respite provided by the recent recession. General industry studies that show rapidly increasing adoption of HR technologies abound, with cloud Talent Management solutions at the forefront. And disruptive technology trends  the cloud itself, plus ubiquitous mobile, social, and analytical capabilities delivered via consumer models are changing the way talented people expect to interact with their employers.