Image by Victoriasky1
Image by G-Stock Studios
Hiring during the prolonged COVID-19 crisis hasn’t gotten any easier. This is especially true for smaller companies struggling to be recruiting contenders without necessarily having access to all the latest and greatest HR technology.
As many small business leaders have … Read more
Image by Evgenyi Gromov
Many of us might not know that Warren Buffet, Bill Gates, and also Elon Musk consider themselves introverts. Like many other introverted people, they have capitalized on their ability to listen well, stay objective, and find the answers in chaos.… Read more
Phot by Constantin Stanciu
Hiring is so very different today. The technology we so depend on is also our biggest challenge. To solve that challenge, we can’t hide behind “what we’ve always done.” We need more courageous recruiting!
The onset of the 2020 pandemic … Read more
2020 was a year of job losses and significant changes for human resources and hiring teams. While the pandemic will eventually come to an end, many of the changes we’ve seen will stick around — perhaps permanently. So maybe it … Read more
Photo by Thomas Reimer
I spend a lot of time talking with people about HR tech and the best ways to use that technology. As I often say, “Making a technology choice involves endless forks in the road — and sometimes the right path … Read more
Photo by ThisisEngineering
The success of any business is not just reliant upon the efforts of leadership. To truly thrive, companies need skilled and committed employees. This certainly means that human resources and management need to apply resources to discovering and attracting the … Read more
Photo by Fizkes
In a survey conducted in 2019 by Brandon Hall, less than half of the responding companies believe they effectively create a great candidate experience.
That same Brandon Hall survey reported that 73 percent of companies care about delivering an excellent … Read more
Photo by Roman Samborsky
Few things frustrate business leaders more than a failed new hire. And yet, chances are your hiring process still focuses on filling a vacancy instead of finding a good culture fit.
Think about it: Finding the perfect candidate for a … Read more
Photo by Viesinsh
The pandemic has only accelerated our ever-growing skills gap. However, there’s a silver lining to the chaos we’ve experienced this year. People have proved to be remarkably resilient. People are still the best resources to take on the disruption and … Read more
Photo by Narith Thongphasuk
Ask anybody: last year wasn’t ideal. But perhaps we shouldn’t completely discount 2020 just yet.
When the ball dropped above Times Square at the very end of 2019, the world welcomed 2020 with much joy and hope. No one then … Read more
Photo by Anikasalsera
It’s that time of year again. Time to look back on TalentCulture’s Top 5 posts of 2020!
Not surprisingly, many of our most-read posts of 2020 were influenced by the pandemic that dominated the world of work. Also not surprising: … Read more
Photo by Wright Studios
What is the internet of careers? And how will that impact the future of work?
We approach the end of a genuinely unprecedented year. And many organizations and people are asking what the future holds for the workforce in 2021.… Read more
Photo by Yurolaitsalbert
Photo by Benzoix
Hiring hourly employees — for retail, travel and hospitality, hospitals, restaurants, and warehouses — is more critical now than ever before.
So why don’t we make the hiring process easier? And why don’t we treat those on the front lines … Read more
Photo by Taylor Deas-Melesh
It’s now starkly obvious that the coronavirus pandemic has changed so many aspects of our lives — not the least of which is the mental health of our employees. Rates of anxiety, stress, and depression are all up. The good … Read more
Especially during our prolonged pandemic, and right before we begin the holiday season, firing someone is not fun. The impact on the person getting fired is both obvious and tragic. But the person letting employees go is also affected. As … Read more
Suzanne D. Williams
Those responsible for human resources management have always found themselves in a precarious position. After all, HR pros often deal with a trust deficit on either side of the bridge they span. From one side, senior management feels HR practitioners … Read more
How will AI transform talent management? How will it impact talent acquisition?
One of the biggest challenges in talent management today? Enabling our employees to develop within our organizations — helping them grow and learn new skills so they don’t … Read more
Working from home. Schooling from home. Social distancing. New workplace norms. New consumerism rules. Mask mandates. It’s difficult to identify one aspect of personal life or society left untouched by the novel coronavirus pandemic. Not surprisingly, the global workforce — … Read more
2020 has changed the workplace – possibly forever. Which makes it even more important to look at the 2021 HR landscape now.
Over the last year, HR professionals have been challenged with the responsibilities of managing a remote workforce. Soon, … Read more
How do you define strategic learning? How does your organization upskill, reskill, and retrain employees?
Did you know? Only 57% of the 350 HR pros we surveyed report they use their payroll or HCM systems to store data on training … Read more
In the past six months, we’ve seen the rise of what I can best describe as ‘emergency culture’. Employees are in a constant state of high alert. “Solving the unsolvable is the new normal,” says Flóra Bondici, chief people officer … Read more