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In the ManpowerGroup research for the second quarter of 2020, employers in 42 of 43 countries and territories surveyed expect to increase payrolls in the April to June period.
As employers seek to implement global workforce strategies, comprehensive data can better inform decision making.
Komplett, a global e-commerce company, recognized that gamers develop knowledge and skills, such as focus, teamwork, multi-tasking and cooperation, that transfer easily to the e-commerce industry.
An agile workforce is the only way to succeed in the future of work.
Being data-driven has joined the ranks of “innovative”, “diverse”, and “socially responsible” as the one of most laudable features of organizational culture.
Entrepreneurship inside an organization is essential to meeting the new challenges of today’s changing world. Here’s how to cultivate this mindset.
The step beyond getting women into your organization is to help them reach leadership.
Creating equality in industries where it is needed isn’t just an ethical imperative. It is now also an economic necessity.
What employers need to know about the next generation’s preferences in NextGen Work.
The skills that were traditionally sought for workers aren’t necessarily the skills that employers need to succeed tomorrow.
Applying steps from other industries and roles can help the emerging field of AI reverse the trend of gender inequality.
Companies can turn negative feedback into an opportunity to demonstrate listening, transparency and empathy to help attract and retain a committed workforce.
The traditional solutions alone can no longer fill the gaps – it will take creative ways of problem-solving.
It’s imperative for organizations to find and hire for the most in-demand roles and skills of today and tomorrow. That will require searching in new places with new methods.
Employers need to adopt high tech approaches to attracting candidates. The 2018 Global Candidate Preferences Survey provides insights to guide innovative recruiter strategies.
An organization can accomplish more by narrowing its focus to its strengths – and concentrating its impact.
The pace of disruption is accelerating. To navigate through the digital age, businesses need leaders who have the expertise and experience necessary to lead through transformation.
Continuous feedback loops are replacing formal annual or biannual reviews – but the new system needs to be planned out to make these changes effective.
Simply keeping up with the technological changes isn’t enough. Using new digital tools to their full advantage with give HR departments a leg up on competitors.
Online communications has shaken up the rules for communication. Here's how you can thrive in the digital landscape.