Home Future-Proof Business Talent & Workplace Experience

Talent & Workplace Experience

Technological changes in the workplace have streamlined HR processes and made it much more efficient and work more collaborative. But at the same time, technological advancements have made it difficult for certain aged individuals to keep up. The knowledge upgrade needed...
In order to promote a high quality workforce and collaborative relationships between employees and management HR provides guidance, training, and recommendations on managing performance, conduct issues, and contract interpretation, resolves complaints at the lowest level, and negotiates timely and...
One of the keys to the long term success of any company is their ability to attract, retain and develop their employees. Over the course of the next twenty years, millions of employees will be leaving the workforce.  These demographic...
According to CIPD, HR leaders and managers today are embracing workforce diversity and inclusion. Diversity comprises not just the differences in people’s demographic characteristics (gender, language, culture and so on) but also work styles and opinions. Although diversity has...
HR bears the responsibility to promote wellness initiatives and employee incentive options as a cost-effective health, wellbeing  and work-life balance that will also yield important organisational performance benefits. HR administers benefits and work-life programs, provides benefits education and problem resolution...
U.K is the digital tech capital of Europe, according to Tech Nation’s report. The highlights of the report include:- In 2016, digital tech investment reached £6.8 billion in the UK, 50% higher than any other European country. UK digital tech turnover...
Theodore Kinni, a contributing editor of strategy+business, compiled Susan David’s essential reading, to beeter understand Emotion in the Workplace.   “Emotions can be harnessed to live and lead in better ways,” says Susan David. “For so long, we’ve treated emotions in organizations as warm, fluffy,...
People value workplaces that contribute to their personal development as professionals. Young workers in particular prefer working for companies that invest in developing their capabilities and keeping their skill sets relevant through constant learning and development opportunities: Deloitte’s research on Millennials...
According to Professor Bettina Büchel, in several countries, firms are now expected to share current and aspirational diversity figures and report on progress. Today, there are still fewer women than men on company boards, even though in many countries that...
According to Gregory Lewis, the head of Talent Acquisition at LinkedIn, Brendan Browne, confirms that using data and talent analytics has changed the way his department is perceived by the business. Will Gaker from LinkedIn’s talent analytics team and RJ...
- Advertisement -

RECENT POSTS