Recruiting the perfect employees for an organization isn’t easy. Not only do you have to find someone who meets your qualification and skills requirement but you also need someone who can fit within the culture of your office comfortably. And of course, once you find them, you must learn how to keep each one of your employees happy which, again, is not the easiest thing to do but it’s not impossible either. (…)
By Jacob Morgan
What used to be viewed by many as one of the least exciting areas of an organization is now one of the most dynamic places to work. Human resources is evolving into more than just hiring and firing and having a huge impact on the employee experience and the future of work. I have explored this in my recent book on Employee Experience. Here are just a few of the ways HR is evolving: (…)
My goal of writing this article is to share my personal learnings during these moths and help at least one person in the same situation, I will be very satisfied.
During this period, I faced a lot of up and downs, I have learned about myself, about the companies, about HR departments, I have been excited, I have been sad, I met a lot of people, I made plenty of interviews and I enjoyed some of them. At the end, never lose your motivation, be positive, constant and never give up.(…)
Despite HR’s evolution over the past 20 years, HR is not consistently creating sustainable business value for organizations. Only 20 percent of business executives believe HR is adequately planning for their companies’ future talent needs1. And, only 22 percent feel confident that their organization is adapting well to employees’ needs. Coupled with workplace and workforce disruptions, the challenge to HR is clear: step it up, or you could lose your seat at the table. (…)
The already existing project of the Global Reporting Initiative (GRI) on trends in sustainability reporting (and of which we spoke on the blog about its preliminary results) has been taken a step further and its conclusions have been also published some months ago.
This is the “Future Trends in Sustainability Reporting“, available only in English, that has been carried out by the Corporate Leadership Group (CLG) on Reporting 2025. (…)