Gen Z as has much to lose as their predecessors with hyperautomation. It’s time to understand its impact on job security and society instead of leaving it to market forces.
HR needs to create value with them, not just for them. We can call it Creating Value Plus.
WFH is creating new levels of stress and burnout yet employees do like it; HR leaders, however, need a new approach to make the new work model work.
News research shows that remote working created seven trends employers cannot ignore.
Make remote work productive and engaging for employees with these empathetic but practical actions.
Research shows employers need to do more to address workforce depression and sustain current mental health initiatives.
The pandemic showed how important it is to empower employees with IT quickly.
Questions about employee travel risks and vaccine effectiveness add complexity to pandemic management at the workplace.
Are employers ready to meet the needs of a very different workforce?
Employers want their workforce to be productive. But employees are beginning to see monitoring tools as too intrusive. The answer lies with ethics.
Companies to focus on tech skills and temporary employment to bridge skill gaps resulting from digitalization.
GRIT wants to shorten the hiring process by adding transparency and fairness.
They are looking at all aspects of employee support, including supporting careers and improving employee experience.
The Southeast Asian country is on its way to recovery with more than half of companies looking to hire.
To preserve employee well-being in times of political and social disruption, manage negative emotions, establish appropriate political expression policies and create safe spaces for dialogue.
As more organizations consider consolidating their office footprint and choosing hubs for their hybrid workforce, it is critical for HR leaders to inject talent intelligence into location strategy decisions.
Gartner says we need to get dynamic about skills training or face a workforce with useless skills.
While employees are more concerned about financial well-being, their employers are not giving them the right tools or advice.
While everyone is working from home.
Technology is ready, but the internal comms and HR teams need to decide how they will work together.
Employee engagement improves customer experiences but requires leadership and the right corporate culture.
The solution played a critical role in India’s fight against the pandemic by maintaining power generation and distribution to organizations on the frontlines.
A new IDC report shows that CHROs need to widen their scope, become business partners and not see themselves as mere champions of the HR department.
It's a decision with immense ramifications, says a new think tank report.
CHROs expect HR function budgets to be under constant pressure in the year ahead. Make sure to protect what’s important.