April 20, 2018
This week, research finds that CEOs with heterogeneous networks may bring more value to their firms. Plus, dads support paid leave but they don’t always take it, and noise-cancelling furniture brings function and design together.
April 20, 2018
By Senior Manager of Talent Management, John Whyte The world of work is changing, as are employee expectations, and compensation needs to reflect that to be both fair and impactful. The old-world approach to compensation would typically include an annual merit increase – and perhaps an annual bonus – based on a rigid budget.
April 9, 2018
To remain competitive in today’s changing world of work, now is the time to re-evaluate your talent management strategy. Talent management is becoming an essential part of business strategy, no longer simply a functional aspect of HR. Leading organizations are taking a holistic approach to talent management that powers the entire employee experience. This approach […]
April 6, 2018
This week, a Brooklyn councilman introduces a bill aimed at giving employees the right to disconnect, and managers are well-positioned to help lonely employees. And, the U.K.’s pay gap reporting results are in.
March 15, 2018
A modern approach to learning is increasingly critical for sustained business success. This means looking beyond structured and traditional corporate training, and instead understanding how people actually learn, both at work and in day-to-day life. Leading organizations are creating cultures of continuous learning by providing multiple options and approaches for employees, and leveraging technology as […]