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Coffee Break: Transparency, bias and the impact of Google on your career

26th Aug 2016
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Here is your weekly list of news, opinion and interesting blogs from across the HR world.

Let us know what you've enjoyed reading this week, and what you think of the pieces we've picked out for you!


- Technology never sleeps (The Future of Work is Human)

- Surprising ways music can affect work (Unum)

I ate lunch away from my desk for a week and was shocked by how it affected my productivity (Business Insider)


- Why company culture matters when recruiting (Undercover Recruiter)

- Is your Google identity helping or hurting your career? (Forbes)

- The talk about racial bias companies should be having (HBR)

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Software firm embraces ‘radical transparency’ with new HQ (Fortune)

- It's time we gave up the ghost on employee engagement (Fistful of Talent)

- Having a friend at work is harder than you think (Tim Sackett)


- How organizations have changed their performance reviews (Rajarshi Chakraborti, LinkedIn)

- How to speed up your feedback cycle before you lose employees (Fast Company)

- The jobs we'll lose to machines - and the ones we won't (TED)

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