The New World of Work: The Gig Economy Signature Series
Changing trends, technologies and demographics in the workplace have ushered in a new world of work. Characterized by short-term tenure and project-based work, the gig economy requires organizations to take a new, agile approach to talent management.
Key questions to consider when managing a hybrid workforce are:
- Is my performance management process built to support internal mobility?
- Is my workforce planning function aligned to meet changing business needs?
- Is my employer brand strong enough to attract talent while creating a lasting alumni network of former employees?
Find answers to these questions and more, in this latest edition of HCI’s signature content series.
In order to effectively compete for talent, organizations are increasingly optimizing their processes and systems to shape the employee experience. This high-touch approach also has the benefit of helping you better understand why talent opts in ...Read more
Find out why shorter job-tenure is one reason many talent management professionals are abandoning the organizational reliance on the annual performance review. Learn how to ramp up the relationship between managers and their direct reports, and put greater emphasis on the integration of leadership development and performance conversations.
Listen to this podcast as Oracle's Annette Wellinghoff highlights the most important aspects of the freelance economy.
Organizations that use analytics and strategic workforce planning to sustain their talent pipeline with a mix of employees and freelance workers are finding themselves a step ahead of their competitors in their ability to meet the ebbs and flows of business demands.