Transform your culture: Lessons from a cooperative, First Credit Union for #CeridianCXDay

Ceridian

By: Angie Poulsen, Human Resource Manager at First Credit Union & Insurance. Sandra has an executive coaching certificate from Royal Roads University. Recognizing the difference is critical because, as Roberston explained, this type of conversational approach to coaching “empowers the employee to act while their manager supports them. Encourage coaches to get their certifications. A strong company culture simply isn’t possible without an engaged workforce.

What Are Microcredentials?

Career Metis

However, traditional models and frameworks for professional growth recognition to provide career opportunities don’t suffice the needs of the workforce members. Once these skills are balanced, they can extensively leverage their capabilities that serve a beneficial value to the workforce.

People Behind Visier: Lecayle Hubert

Visier - Talent Acquisition

Customer Education Manager Residence: I moved to Grand Forks, BC (not the Grand Forks in North Dakota)! Naturally, she looked into it and watched Dave Weisbeck ’s presentation on workforce planning on YouTube and she was hooked. Name: Lecayle Hubert Title: Sr.

The Skills to Reskill

HRO Today

The accelerating pace of technological change is exacerbating the talent dilemma, shortening the shelf life of skills and shifting the demands of work in the digital age. Employers have begun to make efforts to develop their workforce’s skills but more progress is needed.

How to Successfully Select and Implement an HRIS | Human Resources Information System

Analytics in HR

An HRIS, also known as a Human Resources Information Systems, or Human Resource Management System (HRMS) is the ultimate combination of Information Technology and Human Resources. This change meant that HRIS systems evolved from manual bookkeeping to semi-automating HR processes.

Retaining the Millennial Workforce and Why It Matters

HR Daily Advisor

In just the past year, Millennials surpassed Baby Boomers as the nation’s largest living generation and started inching their way to making up the majority of the workforce. For HR professionals, this shift in the workforce can create a challenge, as Millennials are known for job hopping more than previous generations. For the Millennial workforce in particular, there are a number of ways in which retention can be achieved.