For the umpteenth time, the oft quoted and much revered PwC Global CEO Survey, now in its 17th edition and unveiled amidst much grandeur each January in Davos, revealed that talent strategies are (RT @david_green_uk: How can #HR, Talent &...
“ BLR recently published the results of their 2013 HR Trends survey - sponsored by SuccessFactors - which offers some interesting and specific insights about how HR professionals are utilizing social media in the workplace.”
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With advancements in technology clipping along at lightning speed, and with rapidly evolving regulatory and compliance requirements presenting an ever-present risk, HR and IT need to work together to update processes and procedures, and establish clearly defined guidelines and best practices that can help minimize mistakes and maximize transparency and efficiency.
Using the employee engagement funnel and gamification for business transformation (Using The Employee #Engagement Funnel and #Gamification For Business Transformation - #elearning @scoopit http://t.co/Ru8RsnYMv8)...
Furthermore, to look at how we can attract and align talent and niche skills to drive growth industries; such as high value manufacturing, services and technology. Evolving role of HR. Human resources (HR) professionals are ...
Second of two parts Did you miss Part 1? See How Short-Term Financial Decisions Can Destroy Workforce Productivity One of the classic articles about workforce managements is entitled, On the folly of rewarding A, while hoping for B.
HR tips for driving large-scale transformation Human Capital Magazine Online Dharma Chandran was appointed chief HR officer of international contractor Leighton Holdings when the company was undergoing massive changes on the back of the GFC.
“Our employees are our greatest asset.” Year after year, it seems like employers focus on the same catchphrase. Meanwhile, workforce engagement statistics continue to crawl along the ocean floor like bottom feeders scouring for scraps.
HRmagazine.co.uk The digital transformation agenda creates a new role for HR HRmagazine.co.uk However, there is also a very significant role for HR to play in this transformation, particularly as organisations seek to become truly digital and social.
Recently we discussed how companies can actually realize more learning through less learning by building a productive learning culture. To build a productive learning culture, the best organizations do three things: 1.
Huit DRH sur dix sont désormais familiers des solutions logicielles en mode SaaS. Après avoir mis leur paie dans le cloud, ils passent maintenant à des processus plus stratégiques comme la gestion des entretiens annuels ou le recrutement.
The summer months are here, so how about mixing in some fun at the office with gamification? While your staff members rotate taking longer vacation breaks, reward those employees who are still in the office by using gamification training to let them have some fun while learning new skills.Using gamification in employee training has become an increasingly popular way to engage employees and train them in best practices. In fact, the Entertainment Software Association estimates that up to 70 percent of large employers use games and interactive software for training. By 2015, Gartner projects that 50 percent of corporate innovation will be gamified. If you’re looking for a better way to improve your customer service team’s skills, follow our tips below to craft a gamification strategy that your employees will enjoy and benefit from.
This is the third part of a three-part series on the future of digital talent acquisition. Previously, I looked at the power of content and social media. While content has power in itself, that power is enhanced when driven via social channels.
All of the technology in the world cannot make up for the human connection. Human Resources was put in place to represent and support the people of the company - whether they are in the candidate process, or full-fledged employees. HR Tech continues to evolve, but it should not act as a replacement for human interaction, only a supplement.
“Millennials are reshaping the talent markets with new expectations; new technologies are changing work in countless ways; and we are more frequently competing and racing with machines for knowledge work. The findings of our global survey reveal that a majority of global organizations are not prepared to deal with these trends that are reshaping the workforce.”