#ECTalent - Doug Baillie, Unilever on talent and the business ~ HR.

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Were kicking off with a keynote from Doug Baillie, Unilevers fairly new CHRO (and new to HR) sharing his secrets of aligning the development of high-potential talent pools with overall business goals. skip to main | skip to sidebar. Bio-Contact. Consulting. Speaking. Writing. About-HCM.

13 HR Conferences to check out in Q1 2020

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Speakers include: Kevin Johnson – CEO, Starbucks Diane Gherson – CHRO, IBM Kristen Ludgate – SVP HR, 3M Namrata Yadav – Head of Diversity & Inclusion, Bank of America. Washington State SHRM Employment Law & Human Resource Conference.

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HR Terminology 101: A Quick Glossary of Commonly Confused HR Terms

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Passive Candidate : Someone who has a job they like and an employer they are content to work for. HR Specialist: HR pro who chooses to be a practiced SME in a specific area of study (workforce planning, benefits administration, employment law, etc.). Diversity v.

Economist's Change Ambassadors ~ HR to HR 2.0 and Human.

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By the way, in case youve been confused by the picture - I do get involved in an interesting activities, but Im not, of course, Unilevers CHRO! - skip to main | skip to sidebar. Bio-Contact. Consulting. Speaking. Writing. About-HCM. Welcome.

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Succession planning and integrated talent management ~ HR to HR.

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The key then is to know your key roles, and, as Reindl describes, your development jobs – though I do think it will present problems for most organisations perhaps less focused on people than Edwards Lifesciences if the CHRO position is always seen as one of these jobs!

WIRTW #441 (the “Burl Ives” edition)

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Deep Dive Into CHRO Case Statistics Show Increases in “Harassment” Claims | Connecticut Employment Law Blog — via Dan Schwartz’s Connecticut Employment Law Blog. Should Employers Ditch Diversity Training? — via Eric Meyer’s The Employer Handbook Blog.