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A recent analysis by McKinsey found that the pandemic has transformed how we work for good. Yes, some of us will return to the workplace. Many others, though, will become part of a hybrid team or remain remote contributors. Some … Read more
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Artificial intelligence has been infiltrating the business world for the past several years and has also played a major role in HR automation. Today, companies across all industries are using AI to automate a variety of job tasks and replace … Read more
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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
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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
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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
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The evidence overwhelmingly supports the business case for workforce diversity. So why are companies still failing to achieve their diversity goals?
Diversity has become a higher priority on the corporate agenda. Simultaneously, the business case for workforce diversity is now … 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
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
What is the correlation between the employee benefits offered and employee experience?
Your organization probably invests a lot of time, energy and also money to retain your top employees. And yet, at least occasionally, you still wind up losing them … Read more
What is navigation assistance? And how will it help employers control healthcare spending in 2021?
While 2020 has thrown human resources (HR) many curveballs, one fact remains constant: Employees need help navigating their benefits.
Poor healthcare consumerism influences the cost … Read more
The COVID-19 crisis continues to have a significant impact on business, communities, families and also, most importantly, people. Sadly, as of September 29th, the world has lost over one million of its citizens to this pandemic.
The 1 million number … Read more
Love it or hate it, the job description is a fact of business life…
The problem with many job descriptions? Too often, they are written to benefit the hiring company and not the person looking for a job. They also … Read more
Many companies and job titles will go through drastic changes due to the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic. The HR sector and the people working in it will undoubtedly experience some of them. Here are five things people can anticipate regarding HR … Read more
Hiring is costly.
Hiring the wrong employee is even more pricey, and the more pivotal the position is, the more expensive it can be. A bad hire costs your organization in three ways: finances, time, and intangible factors. Hiring and … Read more
Human resources is having a moment.
OK, let’s be honest. HR has been having a moment for a while now. Not a good moment, per se, but not a bad one either. It’s undergoing some pretty big changes. It’s no … Read more
Today’s headlines are brimming with emotionally-charged topics including racial injustice, protests, sexual harassment and more, making it unrealistic for employers to expect their employees to leave their opinions at the door.
Organizations must take advantage of this emotionally fraught time … Read more
What do “diversity and inclusion” mean in the workplace?
Debra Ruh, CEO of Ruh Global Communications and author of several books including Tapping into Hidden Human Capital: How Leading Global Companies Improve their Bottom Line by Employing Persons with Disabilities… Read more