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The Evolving Role of Human Resources

Skill shortages, economic flux, competitive pressures, global competition for talent, outsourcing labor, compliance legislation, aging populations — these are just a few of the daunting challenges faced by human resources management ... Read more

Time to Rebrand "Strategic Workforce Planning"?

Blog | Author: Mick Collins | Source: HCI | Published: 16 hours ago

In 1938, the Shulton Company introduced Old Spice for Men, with its distinctive sailing ships trademark (the first images were those of the Grand Turk and the Friendship). By 1990, when Procter & Gamble acquired Old Spice, sales were falling and the brand had become associated with “your grandfather’s cologne” – to the extent that the struggling Glacier Falls scent was at risk of being discontinued – and was under threat from an upstart rival, Axe. In response, advertising agency Weiden + Kennedy devised and launched an innovative ad campaign – Old Spice Swagger - featuring former NFL player Isaiah Mustafa.

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Key Workforce Metrics: SuccessFactors Benchmarks 2014 Edition

Article | Author: SuccessFactors, an SAP company | Published: October 1, 2015
Explore this study completed by SuccessFactors, an SAP company, in conjunction with the Australian Human Resources Institute to learn key metrics that affect HR including retention rates, staffing rates, generational ratios, average workforce ... Read more

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