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Why We Should Embrace Generational Differences in the Workplace

Digital HR Tech

In this article, we’re going to take a look at the current generational diversity in the workplace; what generations make up the global workforce, how do they perceive work and how can organizations benefit from generational differences in the workplace? The benefits of generational diversity.

13 Employee Engagement Trends for 2020

Vantage Circle

Following these will help you build a happier, productive and engaged workforce. 75% of workers said they experience greater productivity at home. Owing to their efficiency and user friendliness, cloud products have already made their place.

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The Art of Recycling Retirees and Potential Retirees

ATD Human Capital

This post is the first of a two-part series about the retirement of Baby Boomers and its impact on organizations’ return on investment and productivity. Baby Boomers (born between 1946 and 1964) began retiring in 2011 and will continue into 2030, if not beyond.

The Changing Role of HR

McQuiag

It might also require new policies to include more diverse candidates from other regions and processes that ensure remote workers have the positive long term career experience they are seeking.

The State of Healthcare in 2018: 5 Things You Should Know

Precheck

million vacancies are expected to open for registered nurses (RNs) between 2014-2022; and the shortage of physicians is expected to climb in between 40,800 to 104,900 by 2030. The Importance of Diversity. Providing culturally competent care is more important than ever.

10 Employee Engagement Trends for 2019

Vantage Circle

Following these will help you build a happier, productive and engaged workforce. 75% of workers said they experience greater productivity at home. They will soon form half of the workforce in the next one year and three fourth by 2030. Companies are now competing among one another to attract the best talent. They can redeem these points earned by them and use it to get products/services of their choice. DIVERSITY AND INCLUSION IN THE WORKPLACE.

A Guide to Strategic Workforce Planning

Analytics in HR

At the same time, the aging workforce is a more expensive one – but not necessarily a more productive one. The revenue produced by products that are less than a few years old has increased tremendously in the last few decades. Let’s take an example of a company with three product lines.

Matching IT outliers to organisations

Cognisess

A 2017 McKinsey report, Jobs Lost, Jobs Gained: Workforce Transitions in a Time of Automation, estimated that jobs related to developing and deploying new technology will grow in line with a potential for increased spending on technology between 2015 and 2030 of more than 50 percent. This becomes particularly important when trying to build cognitively diverse teams where change or transformation are mission critical.

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. How will you address diversity?

The Gift of Uncertainty for Talent Acquisition

i4cp

By 2030, 75 million to 375 million workers will change occupation categories while another 400 to 800 million could be displaced by automation and required to find new jobs entirely. Through the Institute for Corporate Productivity’s (i4cp) research, conversations with our Talent Acquisition Leaders Board , other i4cp members, and our Search Reimagined practice, we found that talent acquisition leaders must have three capabilities to be successful: 1.