Discover in this post our selection of some of the best articles related to the world of Human Resources for the month of November.
In a time of rising wages, soaring job confidence soars, and job shortages, investing in this sort of technology will be of critical importance to HRDs and employers.
By: Vivian Rook
If there’s one consistent thread in the debate over remote work, it’s how leaders who want their employees to return to the office argue that collaboration can’t occur unless people are working in the same space. But in each of these cases, there’s a glaring oversight on the part of these leaders.
The TIMN model developed by David Ronfeldt states that people have only organized in three basic forms — Tribes, Institutions, Markets — and that a fourth form appears to be developing in societies — Networks. I have suggested that new forms appear and are adopted when the dominant form of communication changes
By: Harold Jarche
The labor market has gone a bit crazy. In the United States, there are more than 161 million people working and 15.7 million jobs open. This means that roughly one in 10 seats in your office are empty, and you’re competing with everyone else for staff.
By: Josh Bersin
This is based on four leadership development (LD) trends, i.e. a rise in LD activity, more openness to virtual learning, budget reallocation, and compromised impact of programmes.
By: Lester Tan