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Work Flexibility Is No Longer Just A Corporate Issue

Work Flexibility Is No Longer Just A Corporate Issue | Sebastian's HR & Recruitment | Scoop.it

Flexible jobs, or jobs that can be done remotely, are very common today. A recent Gallup survey found that 43% of American employees spend at least some time working remotely.

 

The nearly half of jobs that can be done remote is no surprise to anyone who has been paying attention, as technology has paved the way for workers to unplug or become location independent. It’s the same reason why millennials are keen to become digital nomads and travel while they work.

 

Employers benefit by having remote employees because their productivity spikes without distractions provided by an office environment. Further, a FlexJobs report found that 82% of millennials said they are more loyal to their employer if they have flexible work options.


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Peter Miller's comment, June 16, 2017 12:47 AM
I consider Work from home the best... Because I follow Just one Rue " PRODUCTIVITY OVER PRESENCE"
rodrick rajive lal's curator insight, June 29, 2017 1:53 AM
Work from home and Flexi-timings are some of the cliched terms that some of the more upcoming and progressive corporates are coming up with. The fact is that the typical ten to five shift might not, after all, be most productive timings. Schools too need to explore the concept of Flexi-timings in order to boost productivity. The ultimate goal of every corporate organization should be productivity, and as long as goals are being met, it should be OK if the employee works from home three or four times in a week.
 
Jerry Busone's curator insight, June 30, 2017 7:46 AM

Pay attention... want to engage and  impact your new workforce ... have flexibility in the work environment  

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How to Deal with Weird Job Interview Questions

Image from Hamza Butt. Job interviews are nerve-wracking enough—and then you get hit with an odd question like “If you were a tree, what kind of tree would you be?” Advertisement If you know why these types of questions are being asked, however, chances are better that you can get at what your interviewer wants to know without getting flustered or leaving a bad impression. I asked Alison Green, an experienced manager and consultant who runs Ask a Manager, why companies sometimes ask these types of weird questions. She broke it down: With the brainteasers, they’re often less concerned abou

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Future of work: four supply chain careers for 2025 

Future of work: four supply chain careers for 2025  | Sebastian's HR & Recruitment | Scoop.it
100 years ago, nearly 40 percent of all US jobs were in agriculture. Today, the figure is 2 percent. The same dynamic happened in manufacturing, which in the 1950s dominated work, but since then has receded as a mass employer. Technology made it happen then, and technology shows no evidence of slowing down now. What lies ahead for work, and how will supply chain careers evolve in the next decade? Digitisation is having disruptive effects on managerial, logistics and other supply chain functions. Automation in plants, fulfilment centres, and areas like procurement, production planning and maintenance is eliminating jobs. And yet overall hiring continues to rise and senior leaders say that finding and hiring the right talent is harder than ever.

The work paradox in supply chain is much like a phenomenon described in a brilliant TED talk by MIT professor David Autor on automation and employment. Autor retells how in the 1970s before banking ATMs were introduced, there were about 250,000 bank tellers in America. Today, there are 500,000. The reason that jobs expanded rather than disappeared was that ATM-enabled cost savings in branch operations allowed banks to open more branches, creating a net increase in new positions. The work itself changed from rote, low-value tasks to a relationship-intensive sales and problem-solving role. Banks saw business benefit from these newly empowered tellers and hired more.

Automation changed the work, and probably enhanced careers. In supply chain, two potentially impactful digital technologies are now asserting themselves across industries. Advanced robotics and machine learning are clearly able to automate rote, low-value work in supply chain functions today by doing everything from packing cartons to approving orders. In fact, growth in acceptance of these technologies as important to supply chain strategy is impressive everywhere.



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The HR Software Market Reinvents Itself

The HR Software Market Reinvents Itself | Sebastian's HR & Recruitment | Scoop.it
The $14-plus billion marketplace for HR software and platforms is reinventing itself. Fueled by mobile apps, analytics, video, and a focus on team-centric management, we are seeing a disruptive change in the HR software industry. This is a shift investors, buyers, and HR professionals should watch out for.

The story is simple and has repeated itself. Just as a cottage industry of online recruitment, learning, and performance management vendors disrupted incumbents in the early 2000s (prompting pushing SAP to pay $3.4 billion for SuccessFactors, Oracle ORCL +0.69% to pay $1.9 billion for Taleo, and IBM to pay more than $1.1 billion for Kenexa), a new set of disruptors are doing it again.

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Pour recruter la génération Z, les entreprises devront changer d'outils

Ultra connectés et en attente de relations plus humaines, la nouvelle génération pousse les ressources humaines à se réinventer.

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Julien Coualan's curator insight, September 12, 2016 3:58 AM

"La génération Z recherche un recrutement agile, mobile, digital et humain"

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THE FUTURE OF WORK : Jobbing Out Is The Latest Trend

THE FUTURE OF WORK : Jobbing Out Is The Latest Trend | Sebastian's HR & Recruitment | Scoop.it
Few people would deny that the world of work is changing. Gone are the days of a job for life with the promise of a gold watch and a pension after 40 years of faithful service. Today the employment market is volatile, fast-moving and in a constant state of flux. Full-time permanent contracts as characterised by the 1950s manufac - turing-based economy are disappearing as career paths become multifaceted with the average work - ing life encompassing periods as an employee, some years of self-employment and inevitably also times of unemployment. The past 20 years have seen the emergence of many new forms of work from teleworking, coworking and crowdworking through to job sharing and training contracts. In many countries, up to 30 different types of labour contract are in use along - side each other and the percentage of people employed under non-standard contracts continues to grow. In Japan, 35% of people work under non-permanent contracts.

The figure is 40% in the EU, and some 15% of the EU workforce – around 33 million people – are self-employed. This number rises to 25% in the US. Even those Euro - peans with ‘standard’ contracts now work atypical hours – with two-thirds working evenings or weekends as opposed to the classic ‘nine to five’. Now, however, we are witnessing the emergence of a brand new phenomenon, with people resign - ing from secure employee positions to go-it-alone as independent workers. This ‘jobbing out’ as I like to call it has undoubtedly been hastened by the recent economic crisis where a contracting global economy meant that many people lost their jobs and were forced to take a different approach to work. However, it is not just necessity at play. Workers are increasingly faced with either burnout or bore-out in their working lives, and are seeking a new freedom and flexibility in their work.

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The need for a Digital New Deal for Workers

The need for a Digital New Deal for Workers | Sebastian's HR & Recruitment | Scoop.it
As far as jobs are concerned, two spectres are haunting our societies:
-  one that is supposedly destroying jobs, the other that is transforming them: the spectre of automation, i.e. the idea that most jobs will disappear as they are replaced by robots or software, which will throw us all into the oblivion of uselessness and poverty; - the spectre of the gig economy, i.e. the idea that the few remaining jobs won’t be salaried, but rather they will mostly be freelance, thus completing the “great risk shift” that Jacob Hacker wrote about ten years ago. A recent paper by the French Council of Economic Advisers (Conseil d’analyse économique or CAE, of which I am not a member, although I did co-author the paper) sheds light on these two phenomena, drawing the conclusion, however, that they are actually (still) marginal ones.

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Quels sont les meilleurs réseaux sociaux pour recruter ?

Quels sont les meilleurs réseaux sociaux pour recruter ? | Sebastian's HR & Recruitment | Scoop.it
Avec tous les réseaux présents sur le web, retrouvez quels sont les meilleurs réseaux sociaux pour recruter dans vos démarches de recrutement.

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Antoine Gravet's curator insight, March 21, 2016 10:51 AM
Ici sont les meilleures plateformes pour recruter des talents. Bien sûr il s'agit de l'océan rouge où tous les cabinets de recrutement et chasseurs cherchent. Heureusement, il existe d'autres alternatives aujourd'hui comme LBJ pour retrouver dans une seule interface toutes ces plateformes et donc tous ces profils. Contactez-nous pour plus d'informations.
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Faut-il créer le buzz pour mieux recruter ?

Faut-il créer le buzz pour mieux recruter ? | Sebastian's HR & Recruitment | Scoop.it
Attirez des profils rares (et soignez votre image) en vous inspirant des meilleures campagnes de recrutement viral sur les réseaux sociaux.

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Julien Coualan's curator insight, February 29, 2016 3:54 AM

attirer de nouveaux candidats et trouver quelques perles rares à embaucher.

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attirer de nouveaux candidats et trouver quelques perles rares à embaucher.

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attirer de nouveaux candidats et trouver quelques perles rares à embaucher.

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Six Things You Don't Owe Your Boss

Six Things You Don't Owe Your Boss | Sebastian's HR & Recruitment | Scoop.it

The typical workday is long enough as it is, and technology is making it even longer. When you do finally get home from a full day at the office, your mobile phone rings off the hook, and emails drop into your inbox from people who expect immediate responses.

 

While most people claim to disconnect as soon as they get home, recent research says otherwise. A study conducted by the American Psychological Association found that more than 50% of us check work email before and after work hours, throughout the weekend, and even when we’re sick. Even worse, 44% of us check work email while on vacation.

 

A Northern Illinois University study that came out this summer shows just how bad this level of connection really is. The study found that the expectation that people need to respond to emails during off-work hours produces a prolonged stress response, which the researchers named telepressure.


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The Learning Factor's curator insight, February 2, 2016 4:48 PM

When you don’t have good boundaries between your work and personal lives, your health and performance suffer. Dr. Travis Bradberry helps you set things straight.

Adele Taylor's curator insight, February 3, 2016 3:41 PM

I am definitely guilty of checking my emails before and after work, but I have taken to disconnecting them when I am on holiday otherwise I know I will look.   Anyone else guilty of the same?

Also, there are some interesting points about where the balance lies between work and family, particularly points 4 and 5.

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Employee Engagement Predictions for 2016

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See what the major challenges — and opportunities — that we'll face in the realm of employee engagement in 2016.

 

TinyPulse 2015 Employee Engagement Report gave us some eye-opening insight into important trends that are shaping the workforce. Now, on the eve of 2016, we look forward to the challenges — and opportunities — that we'll face in the coming year.

Drawn from TINYpulse research and the major themes and developments we've seen in the workplace, here are 16 predictions for employee engagement in 2016.


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Entreprises, la marque employeur est une réalité et les salariés sont déjà actifs

Entreprises, la marque employeur est une réalité et les salariés sont déjà actifs | Sebastian's HR & Recruitment | Scoop.it
L'agence de marketing éditorial et digital dédiée "Parlons RH" vient de publier une très instructive infographie qui fait le point sur les usages des salariés

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Julien Coualan's curator insight, December 15, 2015 1:09 AM

"Marque Employeur, il est temps d'e-penser."

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"Marque Employeur, il est temps d'e-penser."

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What the Rise of the Freelance Economy Means for the Future of Work

What the Rise of the Freelance Economy Means for the Future of Work | Sebastian's HR & Recruitment | Scoop.it
If the digital revolution makes alternative working models and employment relationships more commonplace, policymakers will need to consider designing a system of more portable benefits. Workers in many fields are becoming free agents in digital marketplaces, for better and for worse.

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If You Have These Skills, No Robot Will Ever Take Your Job

If You Have These Skills, No Robot Will Ever Take Your Job | Sebastian's HR & Recruitment | Scoop.it
Losing your job to robots is no longer a sci-fi fantasy. Here are eight skills that can keep your job from being handed off to a robot.

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John Lasschuit ®™'s curator insight, May 19, 2017 6:50 AM

Some estimates say, robots may take over more than five million jobs across 15 developed countries. Machines could account for more than half the workforce in places like Cambodia and Indonesia, particularly in the garment industry.
What will the future be? Nobody knows. But you can try to beat them.

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In a new world of work, more of the same is not an option

In a new world of work, more of the same is not an option | Sebastian's HR & Recruitment | Scoop.it
With non-traditional employment contracts now the new norm I believe it is time to take a fresh approach to the working models of the future, writes Denis Pennel.

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The job juggle is real. Many Americans are balancing two, even three gigs

The job juggle is real. Many Americans are balancing two, even three gigs | Sebastian's HR & Recruitment | Scoop.it
Many Americans who struggled to find a job several years ago are now juggling two or three. The number of multiple job holders hit an eight-year high in September as several forces reshape the labor market. Many workers are seeking extra income as wages are inching up. Job openings are near record levels. And the burgeoning gig economy is putting a premium on freelance work and short-term projects.

Michael Alfaro, 49, of Coloma, Mich., toils full-time as an executive customer service representative for an appliance manufacturer. And on most evenings and some weekends, he works the late shift -- 6 PM to 10 PM or 4 PM to midnight -- in the electronics department of a local department store. Alfaro decided to take the gig last November to whittle down about $37,000 in debt, including credit card, and student and personal loans. But he also was spurred by the struggles of area retailers and other businesses to find employees. “It encouraged me,” he says.

The ranks of multiple job holders jumped by 300,000 last month to 7.8 million, according to the Bureau of Labor Statistics. The moonlighters represent 5.2% of all those employed, up from 4.9% in September 2015.

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Entretien d'embauche : les questions les plus fréquentes

Entretien d'embauche : les questions les plus fréquentes | Sebastian's HR & Recruitment | Scoop.it
Quel que soit le poste convoité, le recruteur ou la société visée, un entretien d'embauche reste un exercice jalonné de passages obligés. Liste des questions les plus fréquentes

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Julien Coualan's curator insight, September 19, 2016 3:13 AM

Quel que soit le poste convoité, le recruteur ou la société visée, un entretien d'embauche reste un exercice jalonné de passages obligés. Liste des questions les plus fréquentes à préparer efficacement pour briller devant le recruteur.

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La méthode à suivre pour être une “star” en entretien !

La méthode à suivre pour être une “star” en entretien ! | Sebastian's HR & Recruitment | Scoop.it
Passer un entretien ne s’improvise pas ! Certes, la première impression est fortement liée à votre poignée de main, votre présentation, votre posture et votre contact visuel. Mais, en dehor

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Julien Coualan's curator insight, August 25, 2016 3:28 AM

Que l’entretien soit plus informel ou structuré, sa réussite dépend d’une bonne préparation et cela prend du temps !

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Quelle est la différence entre Responsable recrutement et Talent Acquisition Manager ? - Link Humans

Quelle est la différence entre Responsable recrutement et Talent Acquisition Manager ? - Link Humans | Sebastian's HR & Recruitment | Scoop.it

Vous avez découvert depuis au moins 2 ans de nouveaux intitulés de poste, Talent Acquisition Manager. Beaucoup de personnes s’interrogent sur ce nouveau titre, est-ce un responsable recrutement ou un super recruteur ou carrément autre chose ? Nous en avons débattu à #TruParis le mois dernier et il était plus compliqué que prévu de le définir. Je …


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Julien Coualan's curator insight, June 10, 2016 3:34 AM

Talent Acquisition Manager. Beaucoup de personnes s’interrogent sur ce nouveau titre, est-ce un responsable recrutement ou un super recruteur ou carrément autre chose ?

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Accéder au marché caché de l'emploi

Accéder au marché caché de l'emploi | Sebastian's HR & Recruitment | Scoop.it
Une recherche d'emploi efficace ne peut en aucun cas s'appuyer sur les seules réponses aux annonces. Apprenez à accéder au marché caché de l'emploi en développant une approche offensive et originale, une approche qui vous distinguera de vos centaines de concurrents.

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The employment & recruitment industry: Evolving to Fit

The employment & recruitment industry: Evolving to Fit | Sebastian's HR & Recruitment | Scoop.it
What is the Staffing Industry? It seems like a simple enough question on the face of it, but the staffing industry is quite amorphous and constantly shifting, especially when we look at it on a global basis and take into account some of the new...
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Recrutement : des entretiens de plus en plus virtuels

Recrutement : des entretiens de plus en plus virtuels | Sebastian's HR & Recruitment | Scoop.it
Si l’entretien sur Skype remplace parfois la rencontre physique, l’entretien vidéo différé, lui, s’inscrit dans un processus qui comprend plusieurs échanges entre le candidat et le recruteur.

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Julien Coualan's curator insight, February 5, 2016 3:38 AM

Si l’entretien sur Skype remplace parfois la rencontre physique, l’entretien vidéo différé, lui, s’inscrit dans un processus qui comprend plusieurs échanges entre le candidat et le recruteur.

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What The Interview Process Is Like At Google, Apple, Amazon, And Other Tech Companies

What The Interview Process Is Like At Google, Apple, Amazon, And Other Tech Companies | Sebastian's HR & Recruitment | Scoop.it

It’s kind of a perfect storm.

 

A record 78% of hiring managers anticipate more hiring in the first half of 2016 compared to the second half of 2015, according to the from career site Dice. That means there are plenty of openings to fill that accommodate a range of seekers from entry-level to executive.

 

CareerBuilder reports that over 100 occupations in the U.S. currently have more job postings than actual hires month over month. Combined, these two factors make it a great time to be looking for a job.


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The Learning Factor's curator insight, January 19, 2016 4:51 PM

The best and worst interview processes according to job applicants will surprise you.

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Tribune : comment la notation d'entreprise influence la relation candidat - employeur ? - Blog du Modérateur

Tribune : comment la notation d'entreprise influence la relation candidat - employeur ? - Blog du Modérateur | Sebastian's HR & Recruitment | Scoop.it
Avant-propos : cette tribune a été rédigée par Alban Salini, associé chez My RH Community. Cette agence est leader en France de la E-Réputation RH. Spécial

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Julien Coualan's curator insight, December 17, 2015 7:24 AM
Une nouvelle étape du parcours candidat
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Les jeunes en entreprise aspirent à la « liberté et au bonheur au travail »

Les jeunes en entreprise aspirent à la « liberté et au bonheur au travail » | Sebastian's HR & Recruitment | Scoop.it
Les jeunes « bousculent » les entreprises, forcées de se réinventer, qui doivent faire face à des attentes nouvelles en termes d’épanouissement personnel et de bonheur au travail, explique Béatrix Jounault secrétaire générale du think tank Fabrique Spinoza.

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la Fabrique Spinoza's curator insight, November 24, 2015 8:53 AM

 

Un article publié dans le cadre du débat "Ouvrons le marché du travail à la jeunesse" organisé par le Cercle des économistes et Le Monde qui invitent 10 think tanks à débattre ce lundi 23 novembre 2015 à partir de 17h30 à l'auditorium du Monde :

www.lemonde.fr/economie/article/2015/11/20/emploi-des-jeunes-un-devoir-de-resultats_4814535_3234.html

www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/billets-ouvrons-le-marche-du-travail-a-la-jeunesse-19381703196


EDOUARD LE MARECHAL's curator insight, November 27, 2015 5:45 AM

Je me souviens d'un copain banquier qui, en 2011, m'avait dit : "tu verras, au bout de six mois chez nous,  quand ils auront goûté aux RTT et au crédit gratuit, ils mettront une cravate et fermeront leur g...". 

Aujourd'hui, ce sont les banques qui demandent qu'on les transforme...

Geemik Maria Açucena Da Silva's curator insight, November 29, 2015 8:21 AM

""Les experts sont unanimes. Les entreprises doivent innover sous peine de voir les forts potentiels leur échapper. Attentifs à leur qualité de vie au travail et au plaisir qu’ils peuvent en retirer, les générations Y et Z n’hésitent plus à imposer leurs exigences à leur management. Préservation de leur vie privée, ambiance de travail, accès aux réseaux sociaux, télétravail, autant de critères qui constituent l’attractivité des entreprises pour les jeunes diplômés."