Most engineers I know have not solved a calculus integral since they left school. Today they wouldn’t know how to tackle one of those calculus problems that only took them a few minutes to do as students. What is the point of keeping up a skill, which in practice, they won’t use in their work?…

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Let me venture to describe some characteristics that define the talent flows in these times: Talent is a species that reproduces poorly in captivity. Talent seeks out open spaces. Talent prefers to be linked to projects rather than to institutions. Talent engages provisionally with the organization that it currently serves and, in a more sustainable…

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1.  HR 101: 5 Simple Keys to Keeping Your People Engaged “Organizations are leaving money on the table by not recognizing or acknowledging the talents and strengths of their employees and encouraging them and supporting them to use those skills. At the end of the day, everyone wants to do what they do best. And be acknowledged…

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We live amid a fierce offensive among visionaries who predict that the professions of the future will not be what we know today. Indeed, they hardly touch upon what these anticipated professions entail. Notwithstanding how the world of work rearranges itself over the next few decades, it is essential that each of us comes up…

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We discussed the relevance of the technology for an employee-centric strategy in the previous post, “Technology Requirements for an Employee-Centric Strategy”. Next, we will delve into the key features that an HR technology solution must have, aligning them with the most important points and phases in the implementation and deployment of an employee-centric strategy. 1….

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In these times all kinds of predictions abound on the work that machines will take over the next few years to the detriment of humans. The numbers put forward are based on hypothetical conjectures with wide margins of error, but afterwards the results are disseminated as hard truths. For many, the outlook is dire. The…

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1. How to Deal With Negative Emotions at Work We seem to really get a kick out of complaining about work. (…)But recounting all the things that made us miserable one day doesn’t help us enjoy our workday more tomorrow. A better strategy is to actually address the negative feelings we have. By Tchiki Davis at…

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By Valérie Dormeau-Ralli, Marketing & Communications Manager for Meta4 France A mass of raw data has no value if it is not processed. However, by using specific analysis methods such as descriptive, predictive or prescriptive analytics, it is possible to make sense of them to advantage. Since the Big Data boom, we’ve been hearing a lot…

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Today, teams are both assigned a central role and transformed into something different from what we were familiar with, through the changes underway and the importance of technology.   Among the top factors within the changes companies experience nowadays, we must not neglect to mention the role of working teams and their new configuration. This…

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If you look after your employees, they’ll look after your customers – symmetry of attention in action. Symmetry of attention1 is a concept in which the quality of a company’s relations with its customers proportionate to the quality of the company’s relations with its own employees. This has notably led many HR professionals to take an…

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