In enterprises across the globe, the HR function is transforming: coming out from behind the scenes to play a leading role as the strategic business partner
“I wanted to let the world know that no one had a perfect life, that even the people who seemed to have it all had their secrets” – Jeannette Walls
One of the most noticeable changes in today’s workplace is the rapid technology that businesses adopt. Technology has also changed the way that human resource departments work. HR is now pushed to not only to be digital but also do digital. As part of a recruitment strategy, for example, AI has been widely adopted by companies to ease the workload of HR departments.
An organization’s biggest potential talent source may be its own people. But why do so many organizations find internal talent so hard to access?
Human Resources departments are known for only enforce company policies. Yet, they can do so much more, right?
When most people think about branding, Human Resources is not something that naturally comes to mind
“Talent retention” is a critical issue as companies compete for talent in a tight economy. The "loss" of talented people not only causes financial losses, time and effort but also risks losing the opportunity for breakthrough development for businesses.
Ghosting usually occurs only in an online dating. Amanda Bradford, CEO and founder of The League, said to Wall Street Journal, “Ghosting has almost become a new vocabulary in which no response is a response.” And now, the same behaviour is happening in the job market. How does it happen?
With 90% of people in employment going online several times a day, it can be hard for most workers to keep their private and work-life separate during the working day (and beyond).
There are approximately 7 billion people living on earth – and yet, many organisation are still struggling to find the right candidates for positions available in their company. So, is it true that a talent shortage is real?