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Productivity and focus are hard to achieve, especially in the age of technology where employees need to switch from one device to another, or from one place to another as
Chances are, you have heard people say “Just trust your gut feeling” when you are faced with a critical circumstance or when you have to make important decisions. The truth
Citigroup Inc. has adjusted the pay in Singapore of women who earned less than their male peers for doing the same work, the latest action in a growing trend of
The Future of Human Resources study revealed that the global economy is continuously developing in both social and professional terms. Not only will the day-to-day business change, but personal development
The case and cause Presenteeism refers to employees coming to work without being productively engaged there, whether due to illness or distraction. To illustrate, Donovan, a 30-year-old tech manager,
Imagine a life where your office chair is your couch with warm home-brewed coffee at your arm’s reach. You don’t have to wear a suit, spend hours grooming your hair,
So you have tendered your resignation. Now what’s your next move? Obvious answer would be seeking new job opportunities, if you have yet to secure one. But wait.. there’s a
As an HR pro, there are two things that I’ve had to investigate repeatedly. The first is employees using inappropriate language. Call it trash talk, smack talk, or whatever. The
The number of older employees in the Irish workforce has doubled in the last 20 years, making it more likely that a workplace will have a more age-diverse workforce.
Posted by Colleen Bordeaux on January 17, 2020.
The future of work is already here, and by now you’ve likely heard about the fourth industrial revolution—where up to an estimated
Today’s Time Well Spent
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Kronos reminded me that we need to be more flexible
when it comes to employee’s work time. I’d like to think organizations know
When requesting a leave of absence, employers believe that employees have to be honest with their reasons for taking the day off. But the truth is, some people are willing
“Self-awareness is probably the most important thing towards being a champion.” – Billie Jean King Self-awareness is a great skill to possess. According to Ascend research, self-awareness can boost people’s
Proponents of global trade had a good week: The Senate passed the United States-Mexico-Canada Trade Agreement (USMCA) on Jan. 16 by a vote of 89-10, and the U.S. and China
The U.S. House of Representatives on Jan. 15 passed by a vote of 261 to 155 the Protecting Older Workers Against Discrimination Act (POWADA), which would permit plaintiffs to sue
Last week, I wrote an article about the career development strategies that organizations need to consider. It’s important for organizations to make investments in an employee’s career and future with
Many companies still have piecemeal approach when it comes to creating HR tech strategy, meaning that one platform is employed only to solve one issue. When tech solutions don’t communicate
Underperforming employees are easy to detect. Hampering task quality, missed deadlines and meetings, presenteeism, or slacking off at work are among the signs that your employee is unable to meet
While talents keep themselves updated with digital advancement to boost their personal brand, businesses through their HR department does not want to lose the moment of the developing tech trends.
The U.S. Supreme Court heard oral arguments Jan. 15 in Babb v. Wilkie, a case that asks what standard of proof applies to a federal government worker's Age Discrimination in
Part 2: Unlocking critical capabilities in supply chain through an operating model transformation
Posted by Eileen Radis, Lynn Gonsor, Paul Atkins, and Kurt Banas on January 15, 2020.
In Part 1
Based on input from talent acquisition, development and compensation experts from across the globe, Korn Ferry has identified emerging global talent trends for 2020. “The workforce is rapidly evolving. This
A new study conducted by CareerAddict.com revealed that progression is considered more important than pay, with an astonishingly high number of survey participants (82.39 percent) saying that a lack of
Policy and procedure in a company serve a number of purposes, such as providing clear communication between the organisation and employees regarding their condition of employment. They also form a
As a regular employee who doesn’t have much knowledge about HR tasks and responsibilities, you might think that the department exists only to bring in new hires, manage payroll, and
Great employee and candidate experience is the key to successful talent acquisition. While employee recruitment focuses more on retention, candidates experience focuses on the broader aspects since job applicants are
The representation of women as speakers and panelists at conferences and summits is low across most industries and types of gatherings, according to an analysis of more than 60,000 event
New research highlights the advantages of family paid time off (PTO) for employees and employers, and it's a lesson the federal government and cutting-edge companies are taking to heart as
Unlimited paid time off (PTO) offers advantages for workers and employers, but it isn't the best option for every organization. It pays to learn the pros and cons of unlimited
I don’t know that we’ve spent a lot of time talking about
conflict of interest issues. For that reason, I’m glad we’re getting the chance
here. I believe there’s a takeaway for
In the future, data science is predicted to be the default strategy among many HR teams. Many experts commented that the past few years is unarguably the year of data
The internet has become a common tool in the workplace. Companies from all sectors were quick to embrace the opportunities and potentials given by the internet and put them to
India will create at least 1.6 million fewer formal jobs across government and low-paying sectors, State Bank of India estimates, a segment that typically absorbs some of the millions of
The start of a new year is typically a time for renewed motivation to pursue resolutions like exercising more or eating healthier. For the career-minded, it’s time to refresh the
Whistleblowers who expose violations of European Union (EU) law are protected from retaliation under the terms of a directive adopted Oct. 7, 2019, by the Council of the EU. The
Flexibility in the workplace has long been adopted by several companies, especially startups. Yet, there are still a few organisations that are strict to their company rules and take necessary
Big data has been around us since the ancient times, but the term itself was just coined in 2005. Developed from simple records, big data has transformed to be more
It’s very likely that the thought of improving your employees’ language abilities has never crossed your mind. Perhaps the notion of corporate language learning is something entirely foreign to you
Graphic designers, electrical engineering technicians and certified accountants were among the top ten jobs in demand last year, according to Malaysia’s Critical Occupations List (COL). The annual list, which has
The pay gap between men and women in Singapore has narrowed over the last decade and a half, but females are still over-represented in roles with lower wage increases, a
I’ve mentioned before how today’s recruiting
strategy needs three key constituents: regular full-time workforce, regular
part-time workforce, and contingent workers (i.e. freelancers, contractors,
consultants, etc.) Each group has a
unique recruiting as well as
The following anecdote is drawn from multiple accounts and has been fictionalized to preserve privacy and confidentiality.A law firm specialized in intellectual property (IP). Its clients ranged from multibillion-dollar international
Posted by Darryl Wagner, Sourabh Garg, and Callum Humphrey on January 10, 2020. As the writer Elbert Hubbard once said, “One machine can do the work of 50 ordinary men.
Happy 2020! I hope you had a fabulous holiday season and did
something festive to bring in the New Year. It seems kinda weird to say we’re
in 2020 when there’s been
Many believe that diving into the human resources industry is such a rewarding career but also comes with a lot of pressure and responsibilities. Sometimes, working as an HR officer
Finding the right talents to fill openings is getting more challenging for the last few decades. SHRM reported that late 2015 was the most difficult hiring period in four years.
Organizations that are focused on employee engagement and retention need to consider career development as part of their strategy. Employees want to know that they have a future with the
Workplace appreciation is a gesture given by a manager to employees, or from employees to their colleagues with a purpose to praise one’s great achievements. According to some research, workplace
Here’s a look at the steps that HR leaders can take in order to make sure that technology adoption takes place in their respective organizations. In a bid to make
“Nothing strengthens authority so much as silence.” – Leonardo da Vinci __ Sound has been part of our life. Be it the faint sound of the air conditioner in your
The U.S. Supreme Court will decide whether the First Amendment’s freedom of religion clauses prevent courts from reviewing employment discrimination claims against parochial schools when workers performed important religious functions.
Posted by Robert Davis, Christine Drager, and Maria Moliterno on December 20, 2019.
Here’s a quick roundup of recent legislative and regulatory developments relating to employee benefits and compensation:
According to ATKearney index, Singapore is classified as an Alpha-city, indicating its influence on the global economy. Singapore is also a highly developed country and is ranked 9th on the
According to Rush, many people – not to say, even star employees – can get winter blue during the season. Winter blue is a mood shift during the colder, darker
An audiologist who had 60 documented instances of tardiness in a two-year span could not perform the essential functions of his position under the Americans with Disabilities Act, the U.S.
The results of the 11th Children’s Dream Career Survey for 2020 are out. The annual survey is conducted by Adecco Group Thailand. 4,050 Thai children, aged 7 to 14 years
Mental health needs are diverse, and in fact the mental health crisis is incredibly complex, with 1 in 5 adults experiencing some form of mental illness each year. Starbucks partners
The hardest part of living alone with your pet is when you have to say your goodbye to them to leave for work. Fortunately, you won’t have to separate from
What is absenteeism? Absenteeism is a practice of regularly staying away from work without any legitimate reasons and/or unplanned legitimate reasons such as personal leave, sick leave, jury duty, or
A United Kingdom employment tribunal ruled that veganism is a philosophical belief under the Equality Act, meaning that vegans are entitled to protection from discrimination because of this belief.The plaintiff's
With bullish hiring sentiments, private sector players are likely to create seven lakh jobs and the overall increase in salaries is projected to be around 8 percent in the New
The Government rules that ensure that employers do not discriminate against Singaporean workers by hiring foreigners will be updated this year. Minister for Manpower Josephine Teo announced plans to update
It was a sunny happy day – until out of nowhere, the manager asked you to come to his room. Your manager showed you a messy report with a frown.
Did you have an awesome weekend during Christmas and New Year? Glad to hear that! Now that the holiday is over, it’s time to get back to the reality –
More employees are leaving the workforce for a period of time or considering early retirement because of caregiving responsibilities. Caregiver benefit programs—and training managers to understand caregiving and its responsibilities—can
Welcoming new employees to your organisation is quite rightly treated as a priority in the employee life-cycle. Ensuring the period between a job offer being made, day one in the
Every business has problems they want to
solve. It could be a small problem or a large one. The key to solving business problems
Gathering the right data and informationHaving a
As Malaysians usher in the new year, job prospects are looking better for fresh graduates, with ample openings in small and medium sized enterprises (SME) that are facing a shortage
Mindfulness has become mainstream in the past decade gracing the covers of magazines and making waves in wellness circles and beyond while transforming the lives of celebrities and business leaders
Reports on workplace harassment and discrimination are on the rise since the #MeToo movement started. According to Market Watch survey, EEOC complaints are going up and so are internal complaints
Jilt is described as a sudden rejection or abandonment without reason by one party. It often occurs in dating when one partner suddenly leaves the other without telling specific reasons.
A new Korn Ferry survey reveals one resolution that tops the New Year’s wish list for professionals – and it’s more desired than a promotion, more pay and better work-life
A new study on diversity in employment has revealed that discrimination is still a major issue in Malaysian workplace, with workers feeling excluded at work and worried over their job
When your boss asks, “What do you really want to achieve in this career?”, how will you answer? Better career development? Better work-life balance? Better salary? Or higher promotion?
Everyone is expecting New Year to be better, wonderful, and excellent – better than the previous year. So people start planning new goals for a new life. Your employees might
The fitness industry has gone through many transformations and challenges over the decades. Gym businesses face difficulties keeping their members as lower-cost gyms open up in their vicinity. Not only
I’m sure the title of today’s article is no surprise to
anyone. When it comes to the game of business, the winners are those
organizations that can hire, engage, and retain the
The rising demand for artificial intelligence (AI), the technology that mimics the human brain, is a no brainer. However, although the number of AI professionals in India has doubled, 2,500
Recruiting is an intriguing job with not only a busy schedule and demanding tasks but also fun and rewarding experiences. Being a recruiter can open doors for many opportunities such
Business leaders remain bullish about their businesses on several levels for 2020, including overall profitability. But they also have a real fear of a possible economic slowdown. Those are a
U.S. companies are offering lower pay increases to attract new employees, while the number of people looking to change jobs has declined, according to new findings from IT consulting and
“Mental toughness is frequently used to refer to any set of positive attributes that helps a person to cope with difficult situations.” According to a study published at ResearchGate, the
In a world of work occupied mostly by men, women are believed to bring the skills, perspective, and cultural differences needed to save the company from collapsing, observed Tony Schwartz.
What did you want to be when you grew up? A sixth of Americans wanted to be a doctor, according to new research. A new survey of 2,000 Americans brought
Attractive companies are a favourite place of individuals to work because they have a commitment to enforcing solid employee relations and embracing the core values. If you are among those
Climate change is barely a new topic in our life. Those who care about the planet have been arranging protests and initiatives to demand politicians and businesses enhance their environmental
John M.Darley and Bibb Latane popularised the term ”bystander effect” after studying the most unusual murder happened to Kitty Genovese. Genovese was at her apartment in Queens, New York when
This is the time of year for predictions. One of the things that shows up fairly consistently on HR related trends articles includes predictive analytics. So, what exactly are predictive
“I think it’s very important to have a feedback loop, where you’re constantly thinking about what you’ve done and how you could be doing it better.”
– Elon Musk
The U.S. House of Representatives approved the United States-Mexico-Canada Trade Agreement (USMCA), which will modernize the 25-year-old North American Free Trade Agreement.
Author: SHRM Global
Date/time: 20th December 2019, 18:02
Publicly traded companies based in California are scrambling to meet a state law—the first in the U.S.—requiring that they have at least one woman on their boards of directors by
Posted by Inbal Namir, Stav Agmon, and Jill T. Perkins on December 19, 2019. In this era of longevity, where average global life expectancy has rocketed from 53 years in 1960
Entering into a new decade, boards and C-suite leaders around the globe are concerned with the escalating competition for specialized talent, their organizations’ culture and the ability to advance their
Let me start by saying that getting a sunburn
is no joking matter. We need to take care of our skin by using sunscreen, applying
moisturizers, and getting regular check-ups at the
Employers in Singapore are grappling with the rising cost of staff health benefits while at the same time modifying their insurance benefits to attract and retain talent in a competitive,
Finding qualified candidates with disabilities can be a challenge for employers for a couple of reasons. One of the reasons is that persons with disabilities are often lack of education,
Workplace rudeness or incivility refers to atypical behaviours such as dictatorship, oppression, or abusive supervision with an intention to harm the target. For example, a dictator manager does something harmful
India’s got talent in hundreds of its smaller towns and cities, and companies are using novel ways to uncover it.
Author: SHRM Global
Date/time: 19th December 2019, 12:02
Congress is poised to extend through the end of 2020 the Work Opportunity Tax Credit (WOTC), which provides employers with an incentive to hire disadvantaged employees. Proposed legislation supported by
Recruiters and HR professionals are going to need to mix up their strategies if they’re going to attract members of Generation Z, people born after 1996, according to Pew Research
If you’re a woman wondering how long you’ll have to wait for the same economic opportunities as your male counterparts, the answer could be more than two and half centuries,
A good leader should be able to solve organisational problems in moral and ethical methods. However, many leaders and CEOs often do the other way round and end up making
As a hiring manager, there are standard, formal questions to ask candidates during an interview such as “why should we hire you?” or “what makes you fit in this position?”.
A transgender woman assigned to a government contract could not pursue a harassment claim based on co-workers’ misuse of pronouns and other slights she allegedly endured prior to her removal
Part 1: Making sense of a complex web
Posted by Eileen Radis, Paul Atkins, and Kurt Banas on December 17, 2019. Supply chain is rapidly becoming a key strategic function across the
Posted by Kathi Enderes and Nehal Nangia on December 17, 2019.
Deloitte research shows that in the last five years, urgency around diversity and inclusion (D&I) has increased by 53 percent.1 The
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Months of anti-government protests and civil unrest in Hong Kong have prompted global banks and other employers to consider hiring in alternative locations like Singapore and Taiwan until situation improves,
By Rhys Hughes, Regional Vice President Asia and ANZ at SumTotal Systems The employee experience is the journey an employee takes with your organisation. It includes everything from major milestones
Korn Ferry study revealed a bleak fact that workplace stress shows no sign of slowing down. Workplace stress is reported higher than in the past years, taking a significant toll
Many said that dogs are man’s best friend and are a better companion than other animals alike. According to research from Rover, dogs have proven themselves time and again to
The terms talent acquisition and recruitment are often used interchangeably. But do you know that they serve different job functions? It is important for human resources practitioners to understand the
Recruiting, hiring, and training the best employees take significant time and money investments. Without offering these workers a good employee experience, companies risk losing their investments when these employees forsake
I ran across an old article in Harvard
Business Review titled “Reinventing
Customer Service: How T-Mobile Achieved Record Levels of Quality and
Productivity”. Every organization needs to deliver a
certain level of customer service.
Sexual harassment in the workplace can have long-term economic impacts on the victims resulting in depression, decreased engagement and/or the decision to leave the job, according to new research from
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What comes to your mind when hearing the word “psychopath”? Psychopathy has always been part of human society. Not only does exist in fiction movies or novels, but psychopaths are
Many studies mentioned that employee development is a crucial strategy to retain and attract talents, given that many people want their workplace to help them excel in certain expertise. SPE
The overall unemployment rate in Singapore inched up slightly in the third quarter of this year, even as total employment growth more than tripled from the previous quarter. The seasonally adjusted unemployment
Feathers have been ruffled among personnel at a flagship newspaper as a deadline nears for its owners to reveal a list of hundreds of staff to be axed this week,
Posted by Chris Havrilla and Matthew Shannon on December 12, 2019.
The realities of tomorrow’s workforce will require organizations to be more flexible in enabling the execution of work—wherever it needs
Starbucks has just announced a partnership with the Employment and Employability Institute (e2i), an organization established by the National Trades Union Congress (NTUC) to create better jobs and lives for
Posted by Zachary Toof, Nehal Nangia, and Janet Clarey on December 11, 2019.
Bias is everywhere. Nearly two-thirds of respondents in Deloitte’s 2019 report on the state of inclusion reported experiencing
Life without a problem is just an illusion. Everyone will always have to deal with various kinds of problems in their everyday life, be it major or minor such as
According to World Bank research, Indonesia’s economy is the largest in Southeast Asia and is one of the biggest economies in the world. With a population estimated at 270mil people,
As we enter a culture-first decade, it’s only appropriate that Singapore’s #1 Best Place to Work in 2020 has a “strong cultural identity” with a culture that “breeds collaboration and
Human resource is the starting point where an organisation’s core value is built and instilled into practice. But with the technology is rapidly advancing and individuals demand more recognition and
Posted by Kathi Enderes, Erin Spencer, and Charu Ratnu on December 10, 2019.
Talent mobility is a priority for most organizations—76 percent of companies that participated in the 2019 Deloitte
I ran across this quote from the most recent HR Technology
Conference and Expo:
“Careers in the Future of Work: The old career model is over. Goodbye career ladder. Hello career lattice.”
Why should you have an employee volunteer program? According to Accenture 2020 Vision, employer-supported volunteering (ESV) is expected to have undergone unprecedented growth and change, driven by a blend
A retirement plan has always been an added benefit for employees offered by companies. Each employer allows different retirement plan depending on the country their business is operating. For Indian
Low-income Malaysians and millennials are piling up debts and risking bankruptcy by turning to banks for loans and credit cards to support their lifestyle choices, says a World Bank Group
Singapore is now the seventh most expensive location in Asia for expatriate workers to live, and 13th most expensive in the world. This was one of the findings of the
Businesses that fire workers via text message or e-mail could find themselves running afoul of Australian labor authorities, who recently cautioned employers through two legal decisions that job termination notices
Workplace harassment that precedes a suicide attempt, even if the attempt is judged a compensable work accident, may also be subject to an award of damages by a French labor
Posted by Tim Davis, Janet Clarey, and Jeff Mike on December 9, 2019.
Gone are the old “predict-and-control” models of organizational leadership and people management—relics of a time when hierarchy
With unemployment currently at 3.6 percent, near a half-century low, job seekers are strongly positioned for successful job searches as 2020 approaches. By comparing the most recent data on the
Recruitment technology has experienced a boom since the introduction of artificial intelligence (AI). What once were tasks performed by humans have been replaced by algorithms. Much of this has been
Both employee turnover and employee attrition are important metrics for company growth. They give clues to employers about recruitment insight and financial loss within an organisation. While many employers believe
Every organisation needs a trusted expert to take care of managing employees salary and company taxation. In other words, each employer needs a payroll professional to help them avoid any
More than half (52 percent) of U.S. respondents in a recent survey reveal they become so frustrated when soliciting customer support that they swear or even cry. This figure is
Building a professional network is important. We use our
professional network for information, support, and sometimes assistance. It
takes a long time to build a network and forever to maintain relationships.
An employee who once complained that younger workers got more overtime than older workers was lawfully fired for violating a workplace safety rule, according to the 7th U.S. Circuit Court
A worker who began showing signs of depression and eventually quit and sought treatment should have been offered Family and Medical Leave Act (FMLA) time off, the 7th U.S. Circuit
Posted by Denise Moulton and Mackenzie Wilson on December 6, 2019.
Finding and keeping good talent has been a challenge for organizations since the dawn of the first Industrial Revolution—and
You know that onboarding holds a special place
in my heart. I facilitate the Society for Human Resource Management (SHRM)
seminar on Talent
Acquisition: Creating Your Organization’s Strategy.
During the seminar, we talk about
Is it okay to speak louder when talking to your new hire who wears a hearing aid or to say “see you later” to visually-impaired talents on an onboarding? David
Rapid advancement of technology has helped employers in sourcing and hiring the best talents from around the globe. Yet, despite being tech-savvy in recruitment, many leaders believe that it is
According to the Human Rights Campaign, many Americans refrain from talking about sexual orientation and gender identity or expression because it feels taboo or because they're afraid of saying the
Conversations on employees' gender identity, as well as how to protect and respect individuals who identify as a different gender than the one they were assigned at birth, are taking
It’s been nearly a hundred years in the making, but the Equal Rights Amendment soon may be ratified, bolstering calls for equal pay and greater gender diversity in the workplace.
Posted by Matt Deruntz, Julie Hiipakka and Chelsey Taylor on December 5, 2019.
Work, the workforce, and the very notion of a “job” are all changing fast, thanks to accelerating
According to a new survey of more than 2,000 U.S. adults age 18+ conducted online by The Harris Poll on behalf of Yoh, a leading international talent and outsourcing company
Actress and freelance writer Yumi Ishikawa, whose campaign against mandatory high heels in the workplace saw broad public support, has stepped up her fight against strict corporate dress codes in
Gallup has surveyed more than 30 million people regarding workplace engagement since the year of 2000 and the results have remained amazingly consistent for over fifteen years since the study
One of the main challenges for new HR practitioners is to understand the jargon in which human resources professionals often use in their day-to-day responsibilities. Here is the list of
Companies that value their female employees tend to perform better financially, according to a recent appraisal by UN Women and Zhaopin, an online recruitment platform in Beijing. The appraisal showed
A French law is ushering in new obligations for companies to employ people with disabilities.
Author: SHRM Global
Date/time: 5th December 2019, 12:02
Most employers provide benefits for children's health care and leave time for parents to spend with children, but single and childless employees often have family caregiving needs, too.
Citing conflicting testimony offered by the plaintiff regarding the timing of alleged complaints of discriminatory remarks by a co-worker, the 2nd U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals ruled that an employee’s
Posted by Kathi Enderes and Mike Kemp on December 4, 2019.
The talent market is tighter than ever—skills requirements are rapidly changing, and unemployment is at unprecedented lows in many
Constructive feedback and criticisms are crucial for one’s success. Yet, not all people, even leaders, like to give feedback to others. Reported by Zenger and Folkman, almost everyone loves receiving
Most civil servants will get a year-end bonus of 0.1 month this year, with a one-off lump sum payment of S$250 to S$1,500, the Public Service Division (PSD) said on
Human Resources officers are responsible to prevent internal conflicts between employees in an organisation. But what if the HR officers themselves have a problem with employees and treat them wrong?
Posted by Peter DeBellis, Christina Rasieleski, and Geetika Dang on December 3, 2019.
Over the past few years, we’ve talked about the rise of the social enterprise—an organization that combines a
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Indonesian President Joko Widodo on Thursday (Nov 26) ordered government agencies to remove two ranks of public servants in 2020 and replace their roles with artificial intelligence, in a bid
Mercer’s annual Singapore Total Remuneration Survey (TRS) for 2019 has revealed that the overall salary increase projected for Singapore for 2020 is 3.7 percent compared to 3.6 percent in 2019.
Businesses continue to expand their global operations. Talents are seeking fulfilling work experience. That’s why employee mobility increasingly becomes more compelling than ever. What is employee mobility? Employee mobility,
A Chief Human Resources Officer (CHRO), also known as Chief Personnel Officer (CPO), is an organisation’s key in ensuring a strategic environment in order to maximise talent motivation, aiming to
Thousands of new companies are launched in India every year, making it the third-largest hub of startups in the world, according to the National Association of Software and Service Companies
Posted by Vijay Krishnan and Jeffery Hall on November 25, 2019. In today’s ever-changing, connected, and digital world, organizations are constantly challenged to transform the way they operate and do business.
Japan Inc.’s jobs-for-life system, which for decades has brought stagnant wages and crimped corporate mobility, is withering away, Bloomberg reports. The latest evidence comes from food company Ajinomoto Co., which
HR professionals! You’ve probably been a participant of a number of HR workshops where you can stay current, gain new knowledge, as well as expand your network. You probably know
It’s no secret that employee turnover is expensive. Earlier this year, a Gallup Poll reported the cost of turnover to be $1 trillion. Factor in leadership time, loss of momentum,
“Focus on the customer” is pretty much established doctrine for running an enterprise. The more market and customer data, the better. How are market segments and demographics doing? What is