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Businesses Need Extreme Recruiting to Win Over the Brightest Millennial Tech Talent

In Future of Work by Steffen MaierLeave a Comment

Millennials and Generation Z are flocking to Silicon Valley for jobs. No surprise, then, that many companies outside the Valley are looking for innovative ways to attract and retain star coders in a technology-driven market. One of these is a successful new practice called extreme recruiting. A study from Burning Glass found programming jobs are growing 12 percent faster than …

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How to Prioritize Innovation in the Workplace

In Future of Work by Matias RodsevichLeave a Comment

Today one of the key challenges most companies face is being able to scale rapidly while still keeping their innovative startup edge. Startups have less decision-makers, making it easier to take the risks needed to prioritize innovation in the workplace. As these companies start to grow, they often experience a downturn in innovation as management layers increase. In fact, many …

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Blockchain’s Impact on HR and the Future of Work

In Future of Work by Shelly KramerLeave a Comment

Blockchain. Is it today’s annoying buzzword or a technology that’s going to change everything about the way we live, work, and do business? While we’re certainly not “there” yet, my vote is on the latter. So what is blockchain? It’s a digitally encrypted ledger that stores information publicly in groups called “blocks.” It’s completely decentralized database only gives access to …

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Top 5 Business Struggles of Adopting Automated Workflows

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These days, if you’re not automating at least something in your business workflow, you’re likely lagging behind. Still, despite its miracle-worker ability to save both money and time in pretty much every industry, many companies have struggled to experience maximum positive results. It turns out the only downside to automation is that its adoption itself can’t be automated. It needs …

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Feeling the Burnout? Protecting Yourself and Your Employees from Work Fatigue

In Future of Work by Daniel NewmanLeave a Comment

It’s an ironic story: the very same technology that is allowing employees to work with greater flexibility outside the office is also making them slaves to their jobs. It would not be an exaggeration to say employees feeling the burnout is now an epidemic. The physical and psychological effects of burnout cost companies $125 billion to $190 billion in healthcare …

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Want Digital Transformation? Encourage Continuous Learning for All Employees

In Future of Work by Daniel NewmanLeave a Comment

Recently, we’ve seen upskilling and retraining programs emerge in workforces across the globe. Companies are taking the time to help their employees learn new skills for new positions as new technology emerges. This is great, don’t get me wrong, but I think we need to focus more on continuous learning for all employees. This definitely would work in conjunction with …

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People Analytics Enables HR Transformation

In Future of Work by Eric VidalLeave a Comment

Companies have been relying on data for making decisions for years now, but people analytics is a fairly new tactic. If you’re not familiar with the term people analytics, it describes a situation in which you use data to manage people. More specifically, many companies are starting to use people analytics to not only hire new employees, but also put …

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How Inclusion and Diversity Have a Big Impact on Global Mobility Programs [Report]

In Future of Work by Shelly KramerLeave a Comment

It makes sense for any international company to maximize its performance by tapping into the largest talent pool available. Yet according to a recent report, while most do have Global Mobility Programs in place, many are falling short due to a failure to understand how inclusion and diversity impact global mobility programs. The report, Inclusion and Diversity: How Global Mobility …