Internet of Things and future companies who adapt to the digitalization of HR, at least in products and a mindset shift to enjoy a competitive advantage http://www.forbes.com/sites/gilpress/2016/01/27/internet-of-things-iot-predictions-from-forrester-machina-research-wef-gartner-idc/#3a0b98756be6
If women had exciting work, opportunities to learn and grow coupled with equal pay as men, would they not exist the workforce? Companies need to take action. Look at these survey results: http://www.huffingtonpost.com/entry/why-women-quit-jobs_us_56ebfcf8e4b084c6721ffc15?cps=gravity_5035_6190843271653862420
10 key takeaways from HR Tech Spring Good trends, but lacking the “what exactly” and “how” that leaders need to know to implement.
http://recruitingsocial.com/2016/02/designing-thinking-the-hiring-process/ Applying Design Thinking to your Hiring Process – Interview with Suzanne Hamill, VP Design Thinking @ Fidelity Investments Is there room to apply design thinking and experimentation into the process of recruiting new employees? We try to apply it
According to the The Conference Board CEO Challenge 2016 survey, CEOs say their two “hot button” issues are: Attracting and retaining top talent Developing next-generation leaders My two questions of the day: Do you agree? What are you doing about
http://womenintheworkplace.com/ Women face greater barriers to advancement and a steeper path to senior leadership: The leadership ambition gap persists Women experience an uneven playing field Gender diversity is not widely believed to be a priority Employee programs are abundant, but