Remove 2030 Remove Career Development Remove Diversity and Equality Remove Recruitment

6 Ways to Advance Gender Equality in the C-Suite

Workology

The author, Kate Rodriguez is a former senior career search researcher and government analyst who covers career development and higher education marketing for The Economist Careers Network. When it comes to gender equality in the C-suite, the gap between vision and action is wide. Yet only 39 percent of these same executives ranked gender equality as a top-ten business priority, and only half admitted they have established goals to get there.

4 Mistakes Most Leaders Make When Managing Millennial Employees

Business2Community Leadership

2020, millennials will comprise half of the American workforce, and by 2030, they will make up 75% of the global workforce. On the other hand, if we don’t figure millennials out, we can barely scratch the surface when trying to recruit and retain them, let alone get the most out of their potential. But millennials, like every generation before them, have their unique strengths – for instance, they are the most educated and culturally diverse generation so far.

Future Workforce Predictions: What Can HR Do Today to Prepare for Tomorrow?

Slayton Search Partners

Although it’s tempting – and exciting – to dig into predictions for the global workforce of 2030, it often isn’t practical to look that far into the future to determine our actions today. Thus, HR will be responsible for a thorough evaluation of compensation structures, in addition to their recruitment and retention strategies. How will you address diversity? The candidate and employee experience will be equally important in this process.