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Best Human Resources Book You Should Read in 2020

TalenX

In 2020, there are a plethora of human resource management books to choose from. Unfortunately, not all of them are equal. In Lowisz’s book, he argues that 2020 is the decade where updates to the hiring process should be made.

Top 100 HR and Recruitment Blogs [by Organic Traffic with Top 3 Articles Each]

Ongig

” Here’s a screenshot from ahrefs with an example of the Ongig Blog’s Organic traffic: The organic traffic number represents an estimate by ahrefs of the volume of Google traffic going to these HR blogs. Minimum Wage By State And 2020 Increases. Diversity Insight.

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6 Areas Where People Analytics Can Help HR Get Ahead

Career Metis

According to LinkedIn’s 2020 Global Talent Trends paper, 55% of talent professionals say they still need help putting basic people analytics into practice. For example, roles that receive a high number of applicants may indicate that the role requirements could be tightened. .

Finding Meaning in Data

HRO Today

A people analytics strategy that draws data from all segments of the business is key to effective workforce planning and management. For such a data-rich function, HR can seem behind the curve when it comes to making the most of the numbers it records about the workforce.

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3 Ways Workforce Intelligence Enables Better Workforce Risk Management

Visier

No business is immune to risk, especially when it comes to its workforce. HR needs to stay on top of changing workforce rules and regulations to ensure that their company complies. Below are three examples of how analytics can mitigate the most pressing compliance risks: 1.

Redesigning talent acquisition – a bootcamp approach

Page Up People

A changing workforce model. Workforces now comprise of a mix of permanent employees and contractors. According to the Harvard Business Review Research, 94% of respondents felt it vital that their organizations make the shift from the current model, to reflect the reality of the changing workforce, while 84% stated this was important to help them achieve their business goals. We have experienced a good bit of workforce fragmentation.