7 Predictions for the New (Ab)normal Workplace


“Face time will no longer be the measure of worker productivity. With the benefits of tapping into a geographically and ethnically diverse talent pool, managers will increasingly explore how to make remote working part of their culture.”. Impact on gender equality.

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One of her main priorities is diversity and equality in the workforce. She works to shape company culture through programs like ASCEND, which promotes female and ethnic diversity. Tech industries find they are most productive when they have resources clustered in few places.

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10 HR Leaders Anyone in Talent Management Should Follow on LinkedIn


A member of Accenture’s Global Management Committee and Investment Committee, Shook values inclusion and diversity. She has been a key player in gaining recognition for Accenture as an employer of choice with a keen focus on diversity. “Our biggest asset is our people.”


The 15 Best Recruitment Methods You Have to Know

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This means that candidates with a higher IQ score will have a shorter ‘time to productivity’, a metric that measures how long it takes a new hire to contribute to an organization. Unstructured interviews lead to hiring decisions based on gut instinct, rather than a fair and equal comparison.

Employee Engagement Trends: Mental Health, Remote Work, and Social Media – 2020

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Diversity and inclusion, gender equality, female empowerment . How to Focus on Diversity and Inclusion for Employee Engagement. However, this is only possible when your organization proves to be a safe, diverse, and inclusive space. .

Boston University Questrom School of Business Dean Susan Fournier: “Here Are 5 Things We Need To Do To Close The Gender Wage Gap”

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She joined the faculty at Questrom in 2005 as an Associate Professor of Marketing and Dean’s Research Fellow. We require evidence of a diverse pool in terms of gender balance in order for a search to proceed. Here is what’s really interesting.

“To create a great work culture, give back, then give back even more!” with Chris Meyer of GPJ

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He also held leadership positions with INXPO, where he was instrumental in the packaging and production of virtual events featuring both on-demand and live streaming content for use in marketing, corporate training and internal meetings. Give back, then give back even more!

The Heartbeat of the Organization

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Equally important there is a need to renew the relationships that make it possible for organizational members to work virtually toward a common goal. 3 Cisco’s study of 2000 of their teleworkers in five global regions provided an estimated $277 million in annual productivity savings, and more than 47,000 metric tons of greenhouse gases avoided. Cisco’s study shows that remote employees are most productive and creative when allowed to self-manage.

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4 essentials for making the most of contingent labor


The reason: a new diverse, technologically enabled economy, in which things work very differently compared to just a decade ago. Back in 2005, contingents made up 30.6% Depending on their behavioral makeup, equally qualified staff may prove more effective depending on the department they are deployed to. Director of Product Management, Workforce Management. Post-industrial patterns of employment are changing fast, and some employers are struggling to keep up.

Rising Stars Bob, Gus and Ernie of Ink to Spill: “Empathy is one of the greatest gifts we can give and receive through music”

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Getting involved in the pop scene in Chicago connected me with Bob Sauer through a highly prolific production company called Akalibrio. He broke the record in 2005 at the age of 67.) Listen to people with you heart.

Hiring on all Cylinders: Live at HR Tech 2017


She is also responsible for iCIMS’ brand strategy across public relations, events, advertising, product marketing and content marketing. After graduating from Lehigh University in 2005, Vitale began her career as a marketing coordinator at iCIMS. He is responsible for driving the company’s product innovation, go-to-market strategies and new corporate initiatives. Aubrey Blanche | Global Head of Diversity and Inclusion, Atlassian.

The Future Of Healthcare With Justin Bellante, CEO of BioIQ

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So, in 2005, I partnered with other entrepreneurs and health industry leaders to found BioIQ. Needless to say, the meeting went well and started a long, productive relationship with the company, helping tens of thousands of its patients along the way.