HR strategy

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Post date: May 3, 2017
In one 24-hour period last year, Cisco broke down silos and routines at the worldwide technology company to bring employees together across 16 time zones in 116 cities and 39 countries for an HR Breakathon. The idea was to focus on and break down those things that prevent HR from performing at its...
Post date: May 26, 2017
At many organizations, the “local” human resources rep isn’t local anymore. And neither are the employees. The “office” is the 30th floor in a skyscraper one day, a coffee shop the following week, and a living room with a crying baby the next. The diffusion of work from offices to digital...
Post date: April 28, 2017
Diversity recruiting can create a more welcoming workplace culture, fuel innovation, and fatten the bottom line. Sounds good, right? If you’ve answered that with a resounding “yes,” then here are five steps you can take to get your own diversity recruiting program off the ground: 1. Develop a...
Post date: April 12, 2017
Millennials are the largest generation in the workforce today, making up 50 percent of the candidates for open positions. Employers across industries—ranging from consumer products, finance, health care, manufacturing, and more—are competing for top talent against technology giants and startups. To...
Post date: June 5, 2017
A stagnant business model can no longer compete in today’s marketplace; relevance requires globalization, innovation, and technology. From Henry Ford’s breakthrough assembly line to the mail-order catalog offered by Sears Roebuck and Company to McDonald’s franchise model, the last century saw...
Post date: August 24, 2017
In Part 1 of our series on the power that social media can have on your brand, Janine Buis explains why you should leverage employees as ambassadors for your company by cultivating relationships with customers, industry experts, alumni, and potential candidates. Social media has become embedded in...
Post date: May 15, 2017
I don’t know who first balked at calling HR “soft.” It may have been HR executives who were tired of working their fingers to the bone to build productive cultures, only to have their efforts trivialized. Or it may have been savvy consultants, who realized if they could position their “people”...
Post date: December 7, 2016
The CEO of any organization carries a lot of weight on his or her shoulders. Not only is he or she responsible for the well-being of the company, but his or her success and failure has real-life impact on the livelihood of all employees, as well as their families. Thus, CEO’s view talent management...