The 14 Top HR stats for 2014

Capterra

How should you manage pay raises for employees? These aren’t easy questions to answer, but human resource managers can get a head start on them by looking at what other companies in their industry are doing. But the number that do, 42%, is up sharply from just 20% in 2005.

The 14 Top HR stats for 2014

Capterra

How should you manage pay raises for employees? These aren’t easy questions to answer, but human resource managers can get a head start on them by looking at what other companies in their industry are doing. But the number that do, 42%, is up sharply from just 20% in 2005.

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Why We Hate HR: It’s Often A Problem of Professional Development

Josh Bersin

The most famous was “Why I Hate HR” published in 2005 in Fast Company, followed by. Bersin & Associates, Leading Research and Advisory Services in Enterprise Learning and Talent Management. Over the years I’ve read article after article about what’s wrong with Human Resources. Human Resources

Follow Stand-Up Comedy To Become Better Presenter

TalentCulture

About the Author: Norah Abraham has been a freelance writer since 2005. Career Strategy Talent Management better presentations speaking delivery speaking strategy storytelling

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Living Wage Sometimes It Really Does Make Sense

Compensation Cafe

Novartis , based in Switzerland, is an interesting example of a company that in 2005 rolled out a living wage program globally in 60 countries with 90,000 employees. She has managed both local/ in-country national and expatriate programs and has been an expat twice during her career. Asia and Europe, and is a regular contributor to various HR and talent management publications. . First, this post is no t about the U.S. I’ll leave that for others to address.

After Years of 3% Increases, Where Have All the Good Raises Gone?

TLNT: The Business of HR

percent in 2014, the survey of 1,064 organizations found. The Aon Hewitt research showed, “91 percent of the companies surveyed have at least one broad-based reward program, up from 78 percent in 2005 and 47 percent in 1991.”.

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Meet 5 HR Pros Who Became CEOs

Cornerstone On Demand

Gone are the days of interchangeable workers turning out widgets; the modern workplace is built on innovation and creativity, and getting the best ideas requires understanding how to attract, keep and work with the best talent. from 2005 to 2008.

Shifting for the Gig Economy

HRExecutive

Ravin Jesuthasan, managing director and global practice leader at Willis Towers Watson, estimates there are currently about 500 on-demand staffing platforms operating nationwide—for everyone from retail workers to software developers to attorneys. “It’s

Workday’s Leighanne Levensaler: Helping Shape Enterprise Applications for the Future

Workday

In 2014, she was appointed senior vice president of products, and Workday now has more than 5,500 employees and 1,100 customers worldwide. She’s responsible for application direction and strategy, including Workday Financial Management and Workday Human Capital Management. Levensaler is an opinionated and decisive leader, yet at the same time, takes a collaborative approach to management.