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Key Takeaways from Visier’s Women in Leadership Event

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Maryann talked about the reasons behind founding Paradigm for Parity, and why CEOs need to lead by example. With over 80 enterprises signed on with Paradigm for Parity in a very short time, agreeing to actively work towards achieving 50% women in corporate leadership by 2030, Maryann is certainly embodying these three Ps. Kathy explained the importance of organizations not only setting, but also measuring progress against, diversity and gender equity goals. Talent Managemen

HR’s 2018 year in review part two

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Headhunters, for example, no longer have to rely on simply sifting through resumes on a career website. Similarly, talent pools can now be identified simply by searching hashtags, sub-forums or other online communication methods. This focus was a real change from the company’s previous strategy of using a recruitment agency to source talent. Even at the most diverse of organisations, employees will disengage and leave if they don’t feel included and accepted.

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

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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. For example, a recent publication from PwC reports five “megatrends” they believe will shape this future: technological breakthroughs, demographic shifts, rapid urbanization, shifts in economic power, and resource scarcity and climate change. How will you address diversity?