Diversity in the Workplace - Benefits, Challenges, and Profitability

Hubert

First thing's first: What is diversity in the workplace? ? When John F Kennedy in 1961 signed what was to be known as the "Affirmative Action", he laid down a foundation that would encourage companies to build a more diverse workforce. Why is Diversity in the workplace important?

CHRO to CEO: Stairway to Heaven

China Gorman

After analysis, Korn Ferry found that across functions, best-in-class leaders have greater levels of emotional awareness and competence in six key areas: Tolerance of ambiguity.

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Diversity in the Workplace - Benefits, Challenges, and Profitability

Hubert

First thing's first: What is diversity in the workplace? ? When John F Kennedy in 1961 signed what was to be known as the "Affirmative Action", he laid down a foundation that would encourage companies to build a more diverse workforce. Why Is Diversity In The Workplace Important?

An Interview with Diane Gherson, CHRO at IBM, on Driving Organizational Transformation

HR Digest

Today, as Diane Gherson, CHRO IBM, transforms global workforce outcomes through talent analytics and data, she is not afraid to put forward profoundly ambitious and path-breaking ideas. The CHRO of IBM, Diane Gherson however, has different views and she has translated the term “human+machine interaction” into HRM practices. According to Diane Gherson, “speed and innovation” are two essential organizational competencies in the digital era. Diane Gherson | CHRO, IBM.

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Michael Fraccaro, CHRO at Mastercard, on the value of business resource groups

HR Digest

It can empower people to take a point of view and allow the organization to benefit from diverse points of view. Michael Fraccaro: Understanding the trends that are driving change for our business and making sure we innovate our people practices to address those changes is essential to how we compete, succeed and set ourselves apart as a company. The post Michael Fraccaro, CHRO at Mastercard, on the value of business resource groups appeared first on The HR Digest.

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Are HR's diversity and inclusion strategies proprietary information?

Steve Boese

Companies suing each other after an employee leaves one company to join another, especially when the companies are competitors, over the details in the employee's non-compete agreement is not all that uncommon. Here are some details and context from coverage in Business Insider - Microsoft just hired a chief diversity officer - and IBM is suing them over it : Tech companies have a less than stellar record hiring women and minorities. HR Recruiting diversity hiring workplace

Link, Don’t Rank

Ceridian

As little girls, we’ve been trained to compete to be the prettiest, the most popular, the skinniest. In corporate speak, the CWN Summit gave women (and men) the chance to share their thoughts on gender diversity hot topics and their impact in today’s workplace.

Link, Don’t Rank

Ceridian

As little girls, we’ve been trained to compete to be the prettiest, the most popular, the skinniest. In corporate speak, the CWN Summit gave women (and men) the chance to share their thoughts on gender diversity hot topics and their impact in today’s workplace.

A Comprehensive 101 Guide To The Responsibilities of The HR Manager

Hubert

known as diversity and inclusion. Remember that the human resource manager at C-level (CHRO) always answer to the company's CEO and CFO, and that you'll, in that case also serve as a middleman between leadership and individual employees.

Gender Parity: Lead the Way, HR

HRExecutive

Interestingly, other Korn Ferry research shows a distinct correlation between CEO and CHRO competencies, but women are still not making it to the very top spot at the rate they should.”. career development diversity gender diversity HR profession

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4 Top Reasons CHROs Are Contenders In The C-Suite

SAP Innovation

Among them is a bona fide potential game-changer: the CHRO. Just as the other talented people occupying those Knoll chairs in the conference room all have specific purviews that complement the central focal point of the CEO , the CHRO does as well.

Top Skills of High Performing HR Data Scientists

Visier

The support of the CHRO and other key leaders can go a long way in ensuring organization-wide interest in people analytics, but you will need other enablers to evangelize adoption. Cognitively diverse teams typically outperform cognitively homogenous ones —and HR data science leaders know it.

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How to Turn Your Vision for Data-Driven HR into a Reality

Visier

If you are a people analytics champion, you need to build a business case that is compelling (appeals to many stakeholders and connects with financial outcomes), complete (covers all the options for delivering analytics), and durable (can compete with investment requests coming from outside HR).

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HR Leadership Lessons from Non-Traditional CHROs

Visier

CHRO’s who come from non-HR backgrounds discover that HR is the most impactful of all functions. CHRO’s from non-HR backgrounds say the CHRO role can be the best and most impactful of all leadership positions.

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2019 HR Leaders of the Year

HR Digest

Here is a list of HR leaders who are bringing in diversity, engagement, and innovation to their jobs. Diane Gherson, CHRO of IBM. Diane Gherson, CHRO, IBM. Felicia Mayo, Vice President of HR and Diversity & Inclusion at Tesla. Michael Fraccaro, CHRO at Mastercard.

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Why Connecting Workforce Outcomes to Business Outcomes Matters

Visier

The CHRO of a large organization had called to get advice on a vexing issue. Many of us in the room wondered if the CHRO should consider objecting to the deal. It worked, and the CHRO saved the company $10 million.

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Analytics in Hiring: 4 Ways AI Helps You Find Non-Obvious Talent

Eightfold

Your talent base defines your competitive advantage,” asserts Kathie Patterson , CHRO at Ally Financial. When companies build a talent base with diverse abilities, its approach to products, services, problem-solving and customer service also diversifies. .

7 Skills HR Technologists Will Need in the Next Eight Years

Visier

CHRO’s will demand an explanation of the impact new technology will have on overall financial goals, and so those evaluating and recommending technology must always be aware of what’s going on inside the business — and outside it. Cross-Cultural and Technological Competency.

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The Importance of Articulating “Why” When Providing Feedback

Something Different

Ergo, I am constantly soliciting feedback from my direct reports (whilst at the same time conducting a personal assessment of my own people management competencies) to understand how I can be a stronger team leader.

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6 Skills Every HR Technology Leader Must Develop Starting in 2017

Visier

In the paper, The New HR Competencies: Business Partnering from the Outside-In , Dave Ulrich and his team found that: “High-performing HR professionals think and act from the outside-in. Cross-Cultural and Technological Competency.

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How AI Talent Intelligence Platforms Transform HR for the Better

Eightfold

That’s the company that every Chief Human Resource Officer (CHRO) and hiring manager should want to build. Even worse, they routinely fail to improve diversity and inclusion (D&I) by failing to remove data that trigger bias.

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Developing & Engaging Leaders

Select International

Talent work is done best when supported from the top – CEO, President, and CHRO. Competency modeling and keeping things simple. More specifically, starting with the development of a robust competency model is essential to drive other programs.

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Career Champions

HRO Today

Mentoring is fundamentally rooted in creating and sustaining connections between people of diverse backgrounds for the purpose of sharing insights, perspectives, and experiences that are of benefit, more often than not, to both the mentor and mentee,” says Ginger Gregory, CHRO of Biogen. “It

Fond of Work: Kimberly Ross, Chief Human Resources Officer, Chartway Federal Credit Union

Fond

This time for Fond of Work, we speak with Kimberly Ross, CHRO at Chartway Federal Credit Union. Kim is a highly experienced HR leader who specializes in leading enterprise HR strategies for culture, diversity, employee engagement, compensation, and more.

The Unincorporated Workforce

HRO Today

CHRO Jo Mason explains DXC Technology’s agile approach to attracting and retaining talent. The digital landscape creates challenges; competing organizations are fighting for the same skills. Mason: Diversity and inclusion (D&I). I love the diversity of our workforce.

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6 Strategies For the Insurance Industry to Attract and Retain Millennials

Eightfold

Purpose is key,” says Pat Wadors , CHRO at ServiceNow. AbbVie Vice President of Global Talent Acquisition Sheila Stygar explains that her former employer, PepsiCo, had to reinvent its employer brand to compete with tech companies for STEM and millennials employees. “We’re

How AI Talent Intelligence Platforms Can Transform HR For The Better

Eightfold

Why does one startup flourish and a competing one in the same market struggle? Creating a company like that needs to be the goal of every Chief Human Resource Officer (CHRO) and hiring manager.

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It’s 2020: Are You Ready to Cross the Talent Chasm?

EasyHire

These thought leaders reported that the labor pool, which was dominated by white males, would become more demographically diverse in terms of gender, ethnicity and age, ultimately, creating a “minority-majority” workforce. Cultural diversity. As organizations compete for the same top talent, their recruiting tactics will need include next-gen execution strategies.

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GattiHR’s Annual Leadership Survey Goes Global!

GattiHR

Recruiting great talent, maintaining employee health & wellness, improving diversity and inclusion, navigating generational differences, managing social media and branding, and a myriad of employee engagement related issues aren’t just “HR issues”. Going Global.

Conference Twitter Primer #SHRM18

HRmarketer

Nextchat #HR #HRtribe #SHRM18Blogger #SHRM #SHRM18Steps #SHRMtalent #hrtech #HROnPurpose #worktrends #HRHighSteppers #HRSocialHour #DTHR #Leadership #SHRMStore #CHRO #FutureofWork #Inclusion #Workplace #SHRMTech18. JimLinkHR : #CHRO @RandstadUSA, leading #humancapital strategy.

Redefining Social: Get Your Head Out of Your Apps!

Oracle HCM - Modern HR in the Cloud

It is true that many social media tools are beneficial to our function, as they expand our access to candidates and provide diverse avenues for interaction. Christine has over 25 years of diverse HR experience. By Christine Mellon.

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Retail talent in the spotlight

HR Times

Retailers are competing with all industries for digitally savvy talent, which includes not only developers, technologists, and ecommerce specialists but also millennials and other digital natives in general. Posted by Nathan Sloan on December 16, 2016.

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Retail talent in the spotlight

HR Times

Retailers are competing with all industries for digitally savvy talent, which includes not only developers, technologists, and ecommerce specialists but also millennials and other digital natives in general. Posted by Nathan Sloan on December 16, 2016.

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When Hiring Is Not Enough: How to Attract and Retain Top Talent

Rallyware for Human Resources

At Google , they know that many competing companies such as Facebook or Twitter are also hunting for the best talent. For example, Volvo needed new people with different skills to move into the premium-brand tier and compete with mass-market leaders like Toyota and GM. Björn Sällström, CHRO at Volvo, examined the company’s existing workforce and came to an interesting conclusion: Technically, cars today are very different from ten years ago.

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How to Lead in Today’s Changing Workforce

AllyO

Listen to Jim Link, CHRO at Randstad, lead by moderator Shannon Pritchett speak about his work passions and insights around 1) Generational strategies, 2) Re-imagining today’s workforce structure, and 3) New leadership competencies for GenZ.

Highlights of i4cp’s 2018 Conference – Next Practices Now – Day 1

i4cp

Ellen Shook, Accenture’s CHRO, provided example after example of thinking differently about the challenges facing the intersection of emerging disruptive workforce technologies and workforce development. Aside from the great diversity across industries and the varying nature of the organizations, most interesting was how in many ways these innovative practices provided additional examples of how to meet the future challenges outlined by the other speakers of day one.

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Smart HR IT Brings New Insights to Age-Old HR Challenges

Oracle HCM - Modern HR in the Cloud

For Joyce Westerdahl, CHRO at Oracle, the key is keeping her eye on the business. Even during tough recessions, we are always competing for top talent. Westerdahl: Our acquisition journey has created an incredibly diverse environment, from both a talent and a technology perspective.