An Interview with Eva Sage-Gavin: The 2025 Workplace

i4cp

Her highly anticipated presentation at the i4cp 2016 Conference: Next Practices Now (March 29 – April 1) will explore the 2025 workplace and the implications for HR professionals. I recently attended a presentation where the CEO said, "Every company is a technology company." It's an exciting time. Looking forward to the 2025 workplace, entire business models are in flux. I highlight these examples to emphasize what an exciting time it is to be in HR.

Top 6 Takeaways from Total Rewards 2016

WorkHuman

First, it’s important to build coaching and continuous feedback into your culture and to have an enterprise recognition program. One key point: “It’s more cost-effective to reward an employee at the time they achieve something than replace them when they leave.”.

Building a Talent Development Program for Millennials

Everwise

Millennials are assuming management roles in increasing numbers, and will shape the landscape of how we do work for a long time to come. They make up the majority of the workforce currently, and are projected to compose over 75% of it by 2025.

How Healthcare Can Survive the Next Five Years of Talent Shortage

Avature

Consider the contrast from the perspective of a student or new healthcare professional attending a job fair. At the next, they provide their contact info in seconds via an iPad or QR code, and then spend the rest of their time engaging in conversation with a recruiter. Another best practice is offering time-strapped candidates who are on-the-go and in front of patients the flexibility to participate in screening or interviewing via recorded video.

Breaking Away From The Male Stereotype?

Inpower Coaching

In our cultures’ strongest stories and cultural myths, men can succeed by vanquishing evil or acquiring gold, but a single goal isn’t enough for a woman, she has the double burden of protecting the village and acquiring a man (the latter being perfectly acceptable in an of itself most of the time). James wrote the right story at the right time and Anne Rice wrote the right story at the wrong time (though she’s trying to cash in on it again now!).

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