One trait of good and effective leaders is self-awareness. By being self-aware, a leader can consciously influence any situation and climate of a group.
The workforce is and will be more diverse than before. Nowadays, three generations enter the workforce and are required to work and collaborate with each other in the same workspace: the Baby Boomers, Gen X, and Gen Y or Millennials.
Most people would easily associate the term ‘blockchain’ with cryptocurrency, but it is no longer confined solely to the digital currency. In fact, the technology has immense potentials in changing the ways the Human Resources operate.
When managers are asked about what makes employees a favourite, most will likely answer that they fancy individuals who are diligent, punctual, responsible, productive and other positive characters you could hear.
Any organisation worth its salt understands that its greatest asset is its people. It follows, then, that the Chief HR Officer – sometimes also referred to as the Chief People Officer, or Chief Talent Officer – is one of the most important seats at the C-suite table.
Nowadays, with the development of the knowledge economy, competitions for human resources is becoming more intense, leading to the need of companies to promote more strategies to retent talent. Thus, Talent Recognition plays an important role, not only in contributing to positive impacts on organization’s culture, but also improving business efficiency of companies.
What should you do when your employees went the extra miles and did well in his job? Is peppering them with reward or praise enough? Let’s find out.
You're building a profile of the ideal HR executive and start with an inventory of compulsory attributes: technical and soft skills, a certain level of education, certifications, experience and proven accomplishments.
Managing headcount—and workforce planning overall—is one of HR's most important priorities, yet so many HR and talent acquisition (TA) leaders shy away from it.