Business disruptions like coronavirus mean turmoil for employees and work. Answer these 10 questions in your HR outbreak management and pandemic plan.
Finally, a modern field service platform designed with field service workers in mind.
We need to see them differently, and not as Millennials 2.0.
Hong Kong HR leaders are not waiting for Government actions and rolling out pre-emptive measures to limit spread -- and that is a good thing.
While many see the benefits, only 28% feel they are equipped to deliver a clear strategy.
Here’s another reason why HR should advocate flexible workspaces -- the environment.
Metadata frameworks may be HR's best friend, along with engaging employees (not just chatting) and keep leaders informed in real-time
A key challenge for all employees is access to the right information and advice. AI can help.
Putting off care for behavioral health needs can increase medical spend by up to 300%.
Australians are taking a different approach that can shape global employee mindsets.
Contact centers are evolving fast with AI and automation, and HR leaders need to look out for new types of talent.
Advances in HR tech are about to change the way your workforce works.
AI is making sure your contact center will never be the same again.
To make performance reviews more effective, incorporate team-based feedback, make them a shared responsibility and keep them forward-looking.
The right one can even unshackle your HR and IT from spending resources on neverending searches.
Many are seeking job security with full-time placements, while more are willing to migrate for their first jobs.
Economic uncertainty can drive pressure on business leaders to compromise their priorities. HR leaders must work to keep talent needs front and center.
Key lessons: HR is now everyone's concern and be careful what you sow.
At the end of this year, the HR profession is going to look very different.
Most HR leaders expect their overall and subfunctional budgets to increase in 2020. In an economic downturn, they’ll especially try to protect HR technology, analytics and L&D.
Without a concerted push to get and grow tech talents, the drive will face immense difficulties.
It is the year where companies will get serious about EX as they try to avoid talent crunch and public shaming.
They see employee engagement as critical to navigating the challenging economic climate.
New features and flexibility to help HR tackle OKRs and the gig economy.
A lesson for all CXOs into establishing a data-driven culture: stop controlling and start influencing.