About Carlos Pardo

Carlos Pardo, graduated in Economics and Business from the Complutense University of Madrid, has developed much of his career in Meta4. Currently he is the CEO for Spain and Latin America; he has also been one of the key drivers of the significant push in development Meta4 has undergone in the last few years. Pardo has held various positions of responsibility leading the company strategy and positioning it as one of the Global HR technology companies with the widest international reach.

The first day of work is always hard. All newcomers tend to be eager and feel anxious, not only because they want to make a good impression or because they are afraid of making a mistake, but also due to what the process of joining a company entails for these workers that on average can…

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In the current war for the best talent, aligning business goals with the individual interests of employees has become a cornerstone, underpinning a company’s success. The HR function, traditionally focused on managing purely administrative tasks and detached from strategic decisions, has evolved in this new scenario. Nowadays, outside managing transactional operations, HR needs to understand…

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The year 2017 has been full of challenges in all areas. While it looks like the economy will bounce back, new circumstances are emerging that may bode for uncertainty in the future, like the one we have just gone through. To tackle this new future, companies must take a breather to reflect and analyse the…

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By Carlos Pardo, CEO of Meta4 2016 has been a year of great challenges for HR management and digitization, unquestionably, has been one of them. The well-known international firm, Deloitte after conducting a large global survey concluded in their article Digital HR: Revolution, not evolution that: “This new world of digital HR is arriving fast, but,…

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Society’s hyper-connectivity has permeated to the business environment, transforming the traditional organizational models and cooking up new ways of understanding businesses. Work environments where employees work in isolation are increasingly questioned, as shown by many studies such as the one recently done by Deloitte, Global Human Capital Trends 2016 where organization design is one of…

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