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How To Prepare For A New Generation Of Construction Workers

SuccessFactors

In 2008, the average construction worker was 40.4 More than 40% of construction workers are baby boomers nearing retirement. The generation with decades of real-life experience is retiring, and a new generation of inexperienced, but digitally native workers is entering the construction industry. This shift in workforce skill sets and experience presents unique challenges and opportunities. There is a changing of the guard in construction.

The US Talent Pool: Welcome Back to a Seller’s Market

Energage

Next month, Doug Claffey and I will be co-presenting some new research with Moritz Kothe, CEO of the workplace ratings site Kununu. While it is true that local variables (leadership, teamwork, appreciation, purpose) are what matter the most, organizations do operate in a broader context as they compete for talent. This does not include retirements or long-term sick leave. If you had a job in 2008, you held onto it.

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Reinventing Work

Sergio Caredda

Reinventing Work for me is not just about adjusting to some new technologies, but rather rethinking the entire ecosystem of Work, making sure we consistently think of it inclusively, correcting the current distortions that are today present.

Reinventing Work

Sergio Caredda

Reinventing Work for me is not just about adjusting to some new technologies, but rather rethinking the entire ecosystem of Work, making sure we consistently think of it inclusively, correcting the current distortions that are today present.

Larissa Malcolm of ‘Flourishing Focus’: “Beware of the shiny object”

Thrive Global

When Maureen started planning for retirement, I started looking for another job because I didn’t see any potential for career development beyond the program director position. I created a presentation about Covid-19 and mental health?—?mostly Beware of the shiny object. It’s expensive.

Why Knowledge Management Didn’t Save General Motors: Addressing Complex Issues By Convening Conversation

Conversation Matters

In 2008 KM was alive and well at GM. But between 2000 and 2008 knowledge management did not help GM bring that organizational knowledge together in a way that could have saved it from bankruptcy. Both exploration and exploitation are essential for organizations, but they compete for scarce resources. All three elements are present in the story about Johnsonville Food. And, like my presentation, each of them spoke for only 15 minutes.

Aligning People and Business Strategies: A Ferrero Story

Cielo HR Leader

I’ve been with Ferrero since 2008 as General Manager for North Asia covering Hong Kong, Taiwan, Japan and Korea. In terms of the people we want to attract in the region, as long as they have the right mindset for our company, being a family run business does not present any problems. Was there more of a focus on competencies than values and attitude? As a global business, what challenges does your move into the Asian market present?