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Has COVID-19 Propelled Us Into The Future Of Work?


I caught a glimpse of the new wave of work as the world was recovering from the global financial crisis in 2008. In the decade that followed, I joined a movement of forward-thinking individuals and companies trying to inspire the world to a “new normal.” We empowered company leaders to dive into opportunities with emerging technologies, the sharing economy , and the connected generation. I saw that seismic changes were upon us.

Humans with Machines


Harnessing the power of intelligent automation (IA) by effectively managing a mixed workforce of people and machines. Posted by Gina Schaefer , Ryan Sanders , on July 16, 2020. While the idea of machines “taking over the world” makes for compelling science fiction, businesses are discovering that the most powerful use cases for intelligent automation (IA) involve people and machines working together as a team.

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3 Common Job Hunting Myths to Ignore


The rules of job searching have evolved tremendously over the last decade. These changes have fueled a lot of misconceptions that can hurt your chances of getting your dream job. Here are three common myths we hear from job seekers and the facts to set the record straight. Myth: Your resume must have a can’t-be-ignored objective. Many career coaches believe a resume objective is a dated concept, and recommend professionals skip that section completely.

CultureIQ: What do we stand for?


CEO LETTER. These days, nearly every organization has some sort of mechanism in place to gather feedback from their employees. Perhaps they do it once a year, perhaps more. That’s a good thing, right? The trouble is that too many organizations equate establishing a listening program with building culture. Leaders in these organizations will busy themselves with comparisons and comments, address an issue here or there, and then rinse and repeat in the years to come. The right question to ask.

2021 Recruitment Strategies: Work Smarter Not Harder

Hours spent sourcing. Constantly checking different recruiting channels. Sifting through a sea of resumes. There’s no denying that the current hiring landscape is fragmented, complex, and full of frustrations. As you plan for 2021, take a moment to reflect on your current strategies and evaluate how you can work smarter, not harder in the new year. Download our guide where we break down different stages of the recruitment journey—and share several potential paths to hiring success.

Cartoon Coffee Break: Video Call Fatigue

Cornerstone On Demand - Talent Management

Editor's Note: This post is part of our "Cartoon Coffee Break" series. While we take talent management seriously, we also know it's important to have a good laugh. Check back regularly for a new ReWork cartoon. With shelter-in-place and social distancing measures still in effect for most of the United States, companies and teams are still working remotely. While some are thoroughly enjoying this at-home work experience, others are exhausted by it.

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Why 2020 Is The ‘Year Of HR’: A Conversation With Josh Bersin


Perhaps now more than ever, demands on People Operations roles are incredibly high. Handling just the administrative side of HR while establishing a remote workforce can be a full-time job, let alone the all-important human element that requires your attention and resources. Because the true power of People Ops lies in unlocking the potential of every employee, many HR leaders are discovering or refining new skills in 2020, what today’s guest is calling, “The Year of HR.”.

How Employers Can Help Parents Work From Home (With Kids)

Ultimate Software

As new U.S. COVID-19 cases climb for the fifth straight month, many organizations have successfully navigated the growing pains of transitioning to remote work or implementing safety precautions for essential workers. Yet one unsolved dilemma continues to weigh heavily on employees and employers alike: a lack of access to reliable childcare. Back in March, school districts transitioned to remote learning and many daycares shut their doors or significantly downsized class sizes.

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Culture and strategy can’t be served separately


By Ryan Cooke . We’ve all heard the Peter Drucker phrase “culture eats strategy for breakfast,” and really, if your culture isn’t properly aligned with strategy, you’ll get indigestion. Simply put, organizational strategy is the set of action steps put in place to achieve long-term goals and organizational culture is how and why work gets done. These definitions inextricably link culture with strategy, yet so often, culture does not support strategy and vice versa.

Are you #lookingforwork in HR? Let us help!


Today I had a great call with Molly Shelton. She’s an HR pro that is passionately trying to help those that are looking for HR work, and we are going to put together a resource that you can leverage to help yourself stand out in the hiring process AND show off your passion for HR. Here’s what you need to do: If you are employed , you likely know someone who is out of work in the HR space. PLEASE share this post with them so they can participate if they want.

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Paycor CFO Survey: The State of American Business in 2021

In Paycor’s latest survey, more than 2,000 Finance and HR leaders told us about their plans for 2021. Download the survey for actionable insights and tips.

Adopting The Mindset Of A Resilient Organization


Resilient organizations are positioned to perpetually grow and evolve. They have the ability to bounce back in uncertain and exponential times and are more likely to achieve business results, attract investors, and retain top talent. Organizational resilience covers a number of things: a strong balance sheet; secure supply chains; and a digital-first approach, but the most important element is having the right mindset. 5 critical mindset shifts to be resilient.

Podcast: Creating A Sense of Connection at Work


In this Engaging People Podcast episode, DecisionWise VP of Consulting, Christian Nielson discusses the topic of creating a connection at work. Connection is a sense of belonging and feeling like we’re part of something bigger than ourselves; a team, an organization, a mission. We have such a strong need for connection as human beings that some will even forgo physiological needs to reach it. In fact, connection consistently shows up as the #1 driver of engagement in our surveys.

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RPO Implementation Best Practices - Get Prepared


When looking to implement an RPO program, it’s important to know that no two RPO programs are the same. This is not a ‘cookie cutter’ situation. An implementation should be adapted to your organizations needs and with any project, solid preparation can save time & minimize risk in the long run. There are several moving parts with implementing any type of RPO program.

We’re Only Human 86: Working on the HR Tasks that Matter with Amit Parmar


“What really excites someone to join a company? Why do they stay at the company? Every person you talk to has a different story.” ” Amit Pamar, HR executive at Unisys. This conversation happened at IAMPHENOM, one of the last live events prior to the COVID-19 shutdown. . In today’s episode, Ben interviews Amit Parmar, an HR executive at Unisys, a technology firm with 20,000+ employees. Ben and Amit talk about talent, AI, analytics, digital transformation, and more.

9 Warning Signs Your Employees Need Language Training

Most global companies are diverse in perspectives, backgrounds, and yes, language. Language barriers can compound existing communication problems, often resulting in business losses. Learn the 9 warning signs your employees need language training today!

Will Your Organization Thrive In The New Normal?


To say “a lot has changed this year” would be a massive understatement. The uncertainty we face both short- and long-term has caused us to think differently about how we live and work. One way of thinking that remains relevant despite our new normal is NoW of Work’s four archetypes model. Our team designed these corporate archetypes before COVID-19 to help clients understand their level of organizational resilience.

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Transparency in Leadership

ExactHire HR Trends

Increasingly, people in all areas of society are seeking transparency in leadership. We want to know the “why,” “how,” and “who” of decision-making, especially when those decisions affect us. Furthermore, we want to trust that decision makers are taking our interests into account when arriving at decisions. The desire for transparency is so strong that many leaders may feel pressure to vet, check, and double-check every decision with every stakeholder.

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Support through Challenging Times


Quarter 2 2020. The post Support through Challenging Times appeared first on eni. Employee Assistance Program Newsletters employee experience health and wellness PTO relax Wellbeing Wellness work culture

It's time to embrace online benefits enrollment


As an HR leader, you’ve undoubtedly had to deal with a lot of process changes in the space of just a few months – in many cases, making more adjustments than other parts of your organization.

The Pro’s Guide To Getting The Best ROI From Your New LMS

You need a Learning Management System when your courses and training programs need to be accessible online. Quickly build the perfect business case and easily determine which LMS will provide the best return on investment you need with this how-to eBook!

4 Tips For Creating An Efficient Organization


In a pre-COVID world, successful companies remained profitable despite their inefficiencies. As we navigate towards a new normal, companies must maximize efficiency in preparation for future business disruptions; whether that be another global pandemic, the accelerated adoption of exponential technologies, or the complete dismantling of the previous work paradigm. But asking people to be efficient or resilient doesn’t work.

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Interesting CHRO/VP of HR Move: Eileen Moore Johnson is the new EVP and CHRO at Scientific Games

The HR Capitalist

We've got a new recurring feature/segment on The HR Famous Podcast - The CHRO/VP of HR/HR Leader "Move of the Week". Will we do it every week? Not sure. But it's interesting to keep an eye on who's making moves in the world of HR and note the ones that are really interesting. First one we covered this week was Eileen Moore Johnson becoming the new EVP and CHRO at Scientific Games.


New Integration: Reach More Applicants with Jobs on Facebook


Hireology now supports a direct integration with Jobs on Facebook, allowing you to reach even more local applicants from your organization’s business page across the largest social media network. With the new integration and a few quick steps to get setup, any current and future jobs can be shared to your Facebook business page automatically, and allow applicants to apply for your open positions directly from Facebook to reach millions of local job seekers. .

3 Ways Structural Racism Could Be Hurting You at Work—and How to Navigate Them

The Muse

As people of color, ending structural racism should not be our burden to bear. But we still need to recognize it and take action to survive professionally. Getting Ahead

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Use Chaos to Build a Stronger Organization

Speaker: Stacey Harris, Chief Research Officer & Managing Partner at Sapient Insights Group

As we look to tomorrow, it is time to ask ourselves what lessons have we learned and how do we create flexible organizations that can survive what the future holds. Stacey Harris, Chief Research Officer for Sapient Insights Group, will share insights, data, and tools that are helping organizations adapt and even thrive in this difficult environment. She’ll discuss the emerging trends in the Learning technology market, and how these exciting new approaches to creating micro, adaptive, and personalized content is changing the face of workforce development while creating strong connections to business outcomes.

Webinar: CEO insights on the future workplace


Considering how packed their agendas are, bringing CEOs to the same table to share their own concerns and thoughts is a challenge, especially now with COVID-19 events still evolving. But together with BambooHR , we overcame that burden and on June 25, 2020, we co-hosted a webinar titled: “CEOs on the future of remote work”. Flexibility, remote work and changing benefits were the main topics discussed.

The Danger of the Combative, F-You Style Reply on Email (Woj and ESPN edition)

The HR Capitalist

Late last week I covered the decreasing dominance of Adrian Wojnarowski , an NBA reporter who has an incredible run of being THE source for breaking news in the NBA. Read that post and you'll see that "Woj" (as he's known to the masses) is increasingly being challenged by Shams Charania , a writer at The Athletic.

Leading People During Uncertain Times: A Focus on Clarity, Connection, and Conversation


Here’s an assumption I’m making – you’ve got your communication strategy nailed down for the change you’re engaging in. Having cohesive messaging that all leaders are aligned on is critical when working toward change. But we all know that people don’t do things just because they are told. Anyone who’s been around small children knows this. I think I control my 3-year-old daughter, but in reality she controls me! Clarity, Connection, Conversation.

How to Write a College Resume That’ll Get You Hired (Plus an Example!)

The Muse

Everything you need to know about what to include on a college resume and how to format it—plus an example. Resumes

The Best Sales Forecasting Models for Weathering Your Goals

Every sales forecasting model has a different strength and predictability method. It’s recommended to test out which one is best for your team. This way, you’ll be able to further enhance – and optimize – your newly-developed pipeline. Your future sales forecast? Sunny skies (and success) are just ahead!

The Traditional Office is Dead: How Do I Keep Remote Employees Engaged?


As leaders, we read the statistics that said change to the gig economy was coming in the near future, but we read this information with some degree of denial. After all, the business was doing well and every effort was being made to keep employees engaged and productive. A Pandemic that transformed the working world overnight. But then COVID-19 came along, much to our dismay, and we were forced to rapidly pivot our businesses just to survive.

COVID Economy: There's Probably Some Big WARN Notices On The Way.

The HR Capitalist

Our economy during the COVID crisis has been a strange beast. The stock market rebounded in a strong way after dropping 35%, even though unemployment remains high. We're in a recession, and while the layoffs and furloughs have occurred, the federal government acted quickly and provided job-saving stimulus in the way of the Payroll Protection Act (for small businesses) and stimulus for entire industries like Airlines, Healthcare and more.

A Tutorial on People Analytics Using R – Clustering

Analytics in HR

We recently published an article titled “ A Beginner’s Guide to Machine Learning for HR Practitioners ” where we touched on the three broad types of Machine Learning (ML); reinforcement, supervised, and unsupervised learning. In this follow-up article, we will explore unsupervised ML in more depth.