What in years past would have been considered a benign ceremony at which SHRM signed on to a new White House training initiative, has turned into a Twitter contretemps over the symbolism of the HR organization’s participation.
Call them dinosaur-brains or Neanderthals, there are people in every business who live to make us miserable. They aren’t necessarily actively toxic, but some are so rude, bureaucratic, and/or annoying, your automatic response may be to disengage from them and your work. As well all know, disengagement kills productivity.
Corporate learning management systems have become an essential component in every stage of the employment cycle, including the recruitment of top talent. The ability to complete training exercises at any time and on any device can help you entice qualified candidates, and robust training platforms give HR departments the opportunity to vet prospects with qualitative
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I guess a major pivot wasn’t enough for Peter Harrison to keep his job.
Managers of businesses have become more aware of the potential for workplace bias due to the Starbucks incident back in April. This prompted Starbucks to close 8,000 of their stores to address an underlying bias issue, which then caused other companies to reevaluate how they solve major bias issues in their own workplaces.
Larry Nash, head of the U.S. recruiting team at EY, is my guest in the next episode of the “Big Fish in the Talent Pool” series (link below). During our discussion, he offers interesting insights into his own career path, including an ex-pat year in Tokyo, his perspective on the speed of change, using IBM’s Watson
Hosts Stacey Harris and John Sumser discuss important news and topics in recruiting and HR technology. Listen live every Thursday at 7AM Pacific – 10AM Eastern, or catch up on full episodes with transcriptions here. HR Tech Weekly Episode: 180 Air Date: July 19, 2018 This Week Workday Advances Into Augmented Analytics with
閱讀中文版本 Jo Hayes, director of pipeline initiatives, The Women’s Foundation on the strategies to build a truly inclusive workplace to stay ahead in a time where attracting and retaining top talent is becoming increasingly challenging. To remain competitive in an evolving technology-driven market, having a diverse talent pool is key. To build a truly inclusive workforce
As workforces get leaner, it is natural to see an increased focus on productivity. This brings us to the question – what is the best temperature for productivity? As it turns out, it may depend on the gender of the employee you’re asking with studies showing that women are comfortable at a temperature which is 2.5°C higher