When the human-resources staff of a company or organization reaches out to an HR/work-life consultancy, it's usually because they've gotten the green light to implement some kind of change in their organization--culture, flextime, resiliency, etc.
“War is too important to be left to generals,” Georges Clemenceau, France’s former prime minister and one of its leaders during WWI once said. Similarly - many executives believe - talent management is too important to be left to HR.A recent study by KMPG regarding the implementation of evidence-based HR suggests that HR departments — or at least their reputation in the organization — might be the biggest obstacle to implementing a smarter analytics-based operations. “The skepticism [about the potential of evidence-based HR to make a real differ
New Deloitte Global Human Capital Research shows that organizations today must work hard to create a meaningful, humanistic work environment to drive engagement, performance, and a magnetic attraction in the market.
The study: Nicholas Bloom and graduate student James Liang, who is also a cofounder of the Chinese travel website Ctrip, gave the staff at Ctrip’s call center the opportunity to volunteer to work from home for nine months.
When recently looking at images of the impressive new Facebook offices designed by Frank Gehry, I was struck by the accompanying comments of Mark Zuckerberg. “Our goal was to create the perfect engineering space for our teams to work together. We want our space to feel like a work in progress. When you enter our buildings, we want you to feel how much left there is to be done in our mission to connect the world.” That statement, along with its realisation in physical form, is fitting with the vi
Human Resource leaders who have embraced analytics have the advantage at budget time. Rather than the usual tussle with Finance over the HR department’s headcount and the costs of implementing and maintaining HR processes, people analytics give us the tools to step into the conversation speaking the language of finance with cost justifications and ROI figures.The end of June marks the end of the financial year for Australian companies and many others around the globe. Last week an HR Manager ask
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