The Covid-19 pandemic has accelerated the transition of Human Resources department admin-focused function into a more strategic role. HR more than ever is now expected to lead organizations through the sea of change.
Are you thinking about changing your HR system? Do you feel your current HR system does not provide a satisfying “user experience”? Do you feel limited in the digitalization of your HR processes? It might be time for your company to explore new HR Software horizons.
According to LinkedIn, the demand for talent acquisition professionals rose by 63% between 2016 and 2020, and this trend is expected to continue. Talent acquisition professionals are not just growing in numbers, they are also evolving.
Discover 10 assignments C-Level and Directors can give Human Resources Managers to develop future skills, exploring projects that will strategically fit the company’s long-term growth and resilience to change.
Align your Learning & Development with the framework of the global goals to create impact on your workforce and community and give a visible sense of purpose to your HR department.
Millennials in the workforce represent the present and future of every company out there, but at the same time, that very population group seems less engaged and does not respond well to traditional corporate culture.
The business impact of a rightly executed L&D strategy is often underestimated. Just like a right recruitment strategy, it can have profound impact on your organization’s future and its business potential.
A quick way to get things off the ground is to look outside your organization and ask for support from external partners that will help you deliver impact quickly and kickstart a L&D culture in your organization.