The Millennial generation is hitting the workforce, and the media and organizational leaders have...well, let's just say, concerns. To understand the situation better, Telefónica just released new data on our youngest employees, the ...Read more
Last week's unemployment report showed a slow but steady economic recovery taking place. Let's look briefly about how the recovery affects HR.
While the number of people "discouraged from work" did not change, the ...
Companies devote a lot of time, effort and money to corporate training—with little to show for it.
U.S. firms spent about $156 billion on employee learning in 2011, the most recent data available, according to the American Society ...
It comes as no surprise that you live in a highly complex, ever-changing world. As trite as it is to start a blog post with this acknowledgement, the fact remains true and the only way to compete is to evolve and adapt to the new realities. Some of those realities for HRM, sourcing and recruiting are: Forty percent of the U.S.workforce will be freelancers, or contingent labor by the year 2020.
As we exit what we’re terming the ‘easy growth’ era and find ourselves in a market which calls for smarter growth, it’s increasingly important that recruiting functions attract high caliber talent. If organizations want to fuel growth and outpace the market, they have to hire people who can perform in the ‘smart growth’ era.