The pandemic has highlighted vital HR issues, from a lack of support for remote working to mental health oversight challenges. But it also offered HR leaders the chance to shape the response.
As HR rethinks the current HR operating model to be more agile, these three steps will help to define strategy and outcomes and ease execution.
The pandemic changed the way employers and employees work together. Gartner says how.
Current HR practices and policies may be making hybrid working a nightmare. It is time for HR leaders to recalibrate.
The new trend of hybrid working higlights a shift in employee motivations, from a sense of "place" to "purpose."
It all comes back to whether you have the right privacy framework.
The SaaS player is helping HR teams to keep in touch with their employees.
Remote work enables some employees to remain productive during the COVID-19 pandemic, but HR must tackle the issue of paid sick leave — whether employees work from home or not.
A new AI-based platform is showing how CHROs battling COVID-19 can ease hiring pressures in other companies.
And it is a good thing for CHROs and HR leaders.
Social unrest is one reason HK companies seem to be readier.
Strategic workforce planning is critical for filling the skill gaps of today and tomorrow, but many HR leaders lack capabilities and maturity to tackle this key activity.
At the end of this year, the HR profession is going to look very different.
The new decade will see HR changing itself to become a change agent for the company.
A framework to evaluate cost optimization decisions is key to identifying how HR can manage costs to drive strategy.
Early adopters are already using blockchain-inspired approaches in certain HR areas. These use cases offer HR leaders a glimpse of what’s to come.
Employee performance often drops at companies that nix performance ratings because managers lose a key reference tool and employees become less engaged.
Sharing employees is now a new thing and can disrupt the way we value employees.