RecruitCon 2018: What Does the 2025 Workplace Look Like (Part1)?

HR Daily Advisor

So, I was particularly eager to sit in on Susan Vitale’s RecruitCon 2018 session on the Outlook on the 2025 Workplace: How to Attract the Next Generation of Talent by Effectively Recruiting Millennials and Gen Z. It’s because they’re going to make up 55% of the workforce by 2025.

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An Interview with Eva Sage-Gavin: The 2025 Workplace


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.

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6 Surefire Ways to Motivate your Millennials

marenated HR

Plain and simple, millennials are two times more likely to be engaged at work when their manager holds regular meetings with them. workforce by 2025. This is a time to share what they’re doing well, what they could improve, and answer their questions. workforce by 2025.

Adult Learners are an Important Employer Resource


Whether they have the label adult learners, nontraditional students or delayed-entry students, these students are one key towards reaching Lumina Foundation’s Goal 2025. percent of adult learners work full-time and 18.5 percent work part-time. Adult learners in higher education are a vital student population. Lumina Foundation’s goal is that 60 percent of Americans will have a high-quality credential or degree by 2026.

Building a Talent Development Program for Millennials


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.

Top 6 Takeaways from Total Rewards 2016


One key point: “It’s more cost-effective to reward an employee at the time they achieve something than replace them when they leave.”. Did you attend the conference this year? 5 Must-Attend Sessions at Total Rewards 2016.

GattiHR Corner: Michael Delisle


The use of real-time platforms and data analytics provide companies intelligence to monitor supply chains instantaneously creating a flexible decision support environment to manage their business. At least 75B devices will be in use by 2025. GattiHR Corner.

Top 10 Takeaways from The HR Technology Conference 2015

HR Ringleader

The 2015 HR Technology Conference just wrapped and it is time to collect my thoughts and reflect on the event. I attended as a speaker and an analyst this year. I tried to make the most of my analyst time by visiting with as many solution providers as possible, mostly in the Expo Hall, which enables me to have advisory discussions with HR leaders throughout the rest of the year. Give these organizational leaders time. If you attended, what were yours?

Examining Relationship Based Physician Recruitment

Hospital Recruiting

The Complexities of Physician Supply and Demand Projections from 2013 to 2025 shows that the demand for physicians will exceed supply by a range of 46,000 to 90,000 by 2025. Attending medical conferences. The recruiting process is both a timely and costly process.

How does HR tech add value to SMB companies?


Add to those the latest technologies and innovations that are built right within SaaS applications which give SMBs the tools not only to save time and money but also to level the playing field with their larger competitors.

3 Steps: How to Create a Culture of Change That Motivates and Inspires


And at the same time, what can you do to maximize the human aspect of the organization and create stability in execution? As a result, they expect transparent performance discussions based on real-time feedback. How can your company innovate fast enough to surpass the competition?

Microlearning – a Must-Have for the Future of Corporate Learning

Rallyware for Human Resources

The Brookings Institute estimates that by 2025, Millennials will make up 75 percent of the workforce. The unprecedented number of younger people in the workplace today relative to older, more experienced workers is pushing training needs to an all-time high in every industry.

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How Physician Recruiters Can Overcome a Persistent Shortage of Candidates

Hospital Recruiting

The AAMC report estimates that by the year 2025, a projected total physician shortfall of between 61,700 and 94,700 will exist. Now is the time to take proactive steps. The United States healthcare system is on the verge of a serious physician deficiency.

Self-Managed Organizations: Self-Delusional Or The Future Of Business?


If you have ever attended a stand-up meeting, you know people do just that—they stand. At that time, a low degree of automation, a poorly educated workforce doing manual tasks, and ill-informed customers in stable mass markets were the norm. Recognize that people need time to innovate.

Mortgage Company Sees Significant ROI with Oracle HCM

Oracle HCM - Modern HR in the Cloud

A few months ago, I had the pleasure of traveling to historic New Orleans, where I attended a meeting of Oracle HR customers who come together every year to share ideas and best practices. home mortgage market by 2025.

Why Student Information Systems Will Shape Higher Education


The ethnic makeup of students is also shifting—for example, Hispanic high school graduation rates are projected to increase by more than 50 percent between 2013 and 2025. And, a recent study found that the declining number of high school graduates overall is causing a shift in full-time student enrollment on traditional college campuses for the first time in decades, since there are now fewer students to recruit.

College Completion Takes Well-Planned Action


The UIA schools project they will graduate an additional 100,000 students by 2025. But a sense of belonging at a school is often difficult for students who work full-time and attend school part-time. Predictions for the future include worker shortages, widening socioeconomic gaps, and the need for increased college completion. These three topics are closely related.

New California Laws and HR Trends for 2017 and Beyond

HR Daily Advisor

Beginning January 1, 2019 : For an employer that employs more than 25 employees, any person employed in an agricultural occupation must be paid 1½ times his or her regular rate of pay for working more than 9 ½ hours in any 1 workday or more than 55 hours in any 1 workweek.

Human Capital Management: 3 Simple Solutions

SAP Innovation

In a time of massive change taking place in the global economy, savvy businesses are looking at every possible option in using human capital management as a strategic advantage. They bring unique skill sets, have different interests and don’t plan on working full-time for just one company.

How Healthcare Can Survive the Next Five Years of Talent Shortage


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.

Republication of 7 Steps to becoming a practical HR Futurist

OmegaHR Solutions

The world of work is going to change so fast, and in many cases so radically, by the year 2025 that if you are not focused on that very near horizon you be lost. Last week I promised the publication of my 7 Steps to being a practical HR futurist, based on the hour presentation I have done several times. I became interest in the future a long time ago. Over time however, I came to realize how short-sighted that is and how much harm it can do a company.

Bring Your Human to Work


Every time I opened my mouth to share something, she would look down, or her phone would buzz again and again, until I finally gave up. As you may have heard, the millennial generation (people born between 1981 and 1996) will comprise nearly 75 percent of the global workforce by 2025.

The Top Reasons Why The Maker Movement Will Be The Next Renaissance

SAP Innovation

Last year, 130,000 attended along with another 85,000 in New York. The World Bank predicts the market will grow to $93 billion by 2025. The 3D printing market will quadruple to $12 Billion by 2025. Trying to give customers exactly what they want can be a big mistake.

PepsiCo’s Tom Mooradian: “Why you should expose children to positive experiences in the environment” with Penny Bauder

Thrive Global

As a schoolkid, I took a lengthy bus ride into town to attend public school where I was able to learn amongst a group of students from very different backgrounds and gain an appreciation for diversity of cultures, perspectives, etc.

Why Fearing Digital Transformation Is A Big Mistake – And How You Can Overcome It

SAP Innovation

Over time, the swimming student becomes more confident and quickly discovers the majesty that lies in deeper waters – even as big as the ocean. Here are four simple and beneficial ways to get started on the road to digital transformation, one toe dip at a time. trillion by 2025. At the same time, the world is moving at such a pace that it can be difficult to keep up while avoiding total disruption of your operations.

Environmental Sustainability at Qualtrics with the Green Team in Dublin

Qualtrics HR

With the climate crisis becoming a real threat to our future, we know that now is the time to act. All members are encouraged to attend. Green Week was a great time for us to promote and educate through quizzes, emails, and talks in The Field.

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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