The Virtual, Global Workforce

An HCI Topic

The global economy requires a global workforce. The right HR strategy can develop the leaders you need to adapt to changing cultures, intense competition, and expanding markets. Learn how you can attract and retain global talent, use virtual solutions to connect a distributed workforce, and take advantage of international work assignments to strengthen your talent’s experience.

Featured in The Virtual, Global Workforce:

Blog

HR Reporting: Still Getting a Bad Rap

Blog | Author: Ray Rivera | Source: HCI | Published: August 4, 2014

A successful HR data practice addresses the needs of the business by providing a rigorous process for managing a body of data that begins as nebulous, unstructured, and not consumable. It does so through a cycle of reporting,analytics, and planning.

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White Paper

Delivering Value

White Paper | Author: Leighanne Levensaler | Published: August 1, 2014
Why is it so difficult for HR to demonstrate how it affects business growth and profitability? Find out in this whitepaper, written by Leighanne Levensaler, Workday vice president of Human Capital Management (HCM) strategy. Levensaler discusses ... Read more
Keynote Video

The Multiplier Effect of Inclusion

Keynote Video | Presented By: Tony Byers | Published: July 29, 2014
Business leaders all too often view diversity and inclusion as the “right” thing to do and not as a business imperative.  Properly managed, diversity and inclusion programs can increase engagement, creativity and business ... Read more
Webcast

The Evolution of Healthcare and Its Impact on Learning

Webcast | Presented By: Perry Richardson | Webcast Aired: July 17, 2014
Healthcare in the US is evolving fast, bringing with it increased opportunities and responsibilities for employers. As a result of the Affordable Healthcare Act (ACA) there is now an increased focus on patient satisfaction, as well as statutory ... Read more
Blog

6 Steps to Achieving Sustainable Organizational Change

Blog | Author: Michelle Kozin, Vice President of Learning and Communications, PI Worldwide | Source: HCI | Published: July 14, 2014

Despite the abundance of studies, resources and trainings around change management initiatives, research shows 70% of all major change efforts in organizations fail. Why? While the processes for making an organizational change are relatively sound, companies often neglect the most critical factor in the change equation: people.

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