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Are Your Older Employees Thinking Differently About Retirement?

HR Daily Advisor

Employers invest a tremendous amount of time and cost in employee benefit offerings which are designed to help their employees save and financially prepare for retirement. Ironically, few employers are focused on the actual process of retirement and its workforce-related implications.

How Gender Equality in the Workplace Boosts Company Profits

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According to McKinsey Global Institute’s latest research , the Australian economy could increase by a massive 12%, should women’s equality be promoted. Gender Equality At Work Means Higher Earnings for Everybody. Pay Equality Is More Than a Women’s Issue.

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Diversity in the workplace: the case for building diverse teams

Workable

Diversity in the workplace is not about recruiting people based on qualities they were born with. We see diversity as something that is complex and holistic, a concept that’s constantly evolving. Ethnically-diverse companies are 35% more likely to earn above-average revenue.

Diversity in the workplace: the case for building a diverse team

Workable

Building a diverse team is not about recruiting people based on qualities they were born with. We see diversity as something that is complex and holistic, a concept that’s constantly evolving. Key figures for a diverse team. Diversity begets diversity.

“How Diversity Can Increase a Company’s Bottom Line”,With Fotis Georgiadis & JD Miller

Thrive Global

As a part of our series about “How Diversity Can Increase a Company’s Bottom Line”, I had the pleasure of interviewing JD Miller. As Motus’ first senior LGBTQ leader, JD has promoted a balance of diverse and inclusive perspectives and backgrounds.

Millennials in the workplace: How to manage and engage them

Workable

workforce , and that segment of the workforce will keep rising as previous generations slowly retire – in fact, they’re projected to make up 35 percent of the global workforce by 2020. Conferences and courses are useful, but it’s also about making room for mistakes and feedback.

Follow these 4 practices for advancing female talent

Chief Learning Officer - Talent Management

They acknowledge the value of diversity in fostering organizational success; they realize that men and women view the organization differently and see these differences as an asset, not a liability. They are equally important for women managers.

Millennials in the workplace: How to manage and engage them

Workable

workforce , and that segment of the workforce will keep rising as previous generations slowly retire – in fact, they’re projected to make up 35 percent of the global workforce by 2020. Conferences and courses are useful, but it’s also about making room for mistakes and feedback.

“In this industry women actually have a big advantage” With Jason Hartman & Vicky Schiff

Thrive Global

I was just at a conference where 100–200 people were standing around in an open area and everyone was in dark or blue suits or blazers except the dozen women in the room, who really stood out. We have a lot of retirement accounts in our investor base and that is super satisfying.

Gaining Clarity in the Evolving Practice of People Analytics

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But judging by the more than 400 people—including a notable group of speakers and panelists—gathered at the Third Annual Wharton School People Analytics Conference this month, momentum is clearly building around the evolving practice area. More than a technical or HR conference, this gathering focused on Leadership—and how leaders can make better decisions using human capital and other business data. People analytics can seem like a “messy” business.

This HR Executive of the Year is Transforming IBM

HRExecutive

Standing before a packed ballroom of attendees at the HR Tech Conference last month, opening keynoter Mike Rowe (of Dirty Jobs and Somebody’s Gotta Do It fame) decried the trend of companies requiring college degrees for so many jobs. “I

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This HR Executive of the Year Transformed IBM

HRExecutive

Standing before a packed ballroom of attendees at the HR Tech Conference last month, opening keynoter Mike Rowe (of Dirty Jobs and Somebody’s Gotta Do It fame) decried the trend of companies requiring college degrees for so many jobs. “I

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Transforming Big Blue

HRExecutive

Standing before a packed ballroom of attendees at the HR Tech Conference last month, opening keynoter Mike Rowe (of Dirty Jobs and Somebody’s Gotta Do It fame) decried the trend of companies requiring college degrees for so many jobs. “I

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