Top 5 HR Articles of the Month – September 2021

Share on facebook
Share on linkedin
Share on twitter

Discover in this post our selection of some of the best articles related to the world of Human Resources for the month of September.

1. The flexible working myth

Increasingly, firms are bringing their teams back to the office – in some cases with employees kicking and screaming! According to data from recruitment companies resignations are reaching a zenith across the UK with a large proportion citing inflexibility around working practices as their major reason.

By: Richard Calvert

2. The key role of dynamic talent allocation in shaping the future of work

“Flow to work” operating models match scarce skills to high-priority work, improve people development, and increase business responsiveness. While the approach isn’t new, the pandemic has demonstrated its value.

By: Mckinsey & Company

3. What I do when nobody listens to me

We all know our strengths and weaknesses, and there is nothing wrong with asking for help. Enlisting an advocate or an ambassador is a solid strategy when you’re trying your hardest to make a point and running into trouble.

By: Laurie Ruettimann

4. Seeing the continuum

It’s so much easier to see and process the world if we divide it into discrete bits. This is non-fiction, that’s fiction. This is a good restaurant, that’s a bad one. This person is succesful, that one isn’t.

By: Seth Godin

5. The reason behind the great resignation that no one is talking about

Record-high quit rates have business leaders freaking out about The Great Resignation. The phrase itself has become a trending tagline, just like “the war for talent,” “the skills shortage,” and other fear-mongering monikers we’ve heard over the years.

By: Kristy Mccann Flynn

Share on facebook
Share on linkedin
Share on twitter
Share on facebook
Share on linkedin
Share on twitter

ESCRITO POR

Experto Meta4

Related Posts

Share this post!
Share
October 14, 2021
Communication is one of the keys to achieving integrated and engaged teams. There’s ample evidence showing that connecting people together produces far better results than for the same people working in isolation.
Share this post!
Share
September 23, 2021
Organizations often don’t always take full advantage of the potential of payroll data and one of the big mistakes they make is to only think of such data as financial figures, when in fact it is possible to extract information that may be highly valuable for finance and HR.
The death spiral of organizational ineffectiveness
Share this post!
Share
September 2, 2021
When it comes to productivity, many organizations, actually most of them, still operate in the industrial paradigm.