In this new digital age, there is constant discussion on Talent Management contributions, capabilities and strategies for organisations. In this particular case, we are going to further explore the input that millennials bring to this new scenario for work. We should start with how different collaborators ought to interact inside an organisation, especially millennials who…

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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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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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Felicia Fields, the recently retired VP for HR services for the Ford Group, said some time ago, “Our mission is to make employees’ lives better by changing the way we think about work, feel about work, and the way we do our work differently.” This simple, but resounding reflection on HR’s role tunes in clearly…

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1. 4 Ways to Get Employees to Use More Vacation Time “If you work in HR, you are trying to give your workforce the best benefits you can afford, and that includes paid leave. We want to give them something that shows them we appreciate their efforts, but what happens when employees don’t use that…

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On how today’s organizations tackle their need to get to know each one of their employees to personalize action plans, and thus, improve their employees’ work experiences, it is interesting to observe that HR is incorporating new work methodologies and tools taken from other disciplines, such as software, marketing or communications. Some worth mentioning are:…

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“A man too busy to take care of his health is like a mechanic too busy to take care of his tools.” Anonymous – Spanish Proverb Wellness: Why and What for Wikipedia explains that wellness is a term used to define a healthy balance between mental, physical and emotional levels, resulting in a state of…

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By Jesús Muñoz Navas Artificial Intelligence promises to be the next technological holy grail of our time—for some, perhaps the last one—and this has unleashed an intense race in innovation. The technology giants (Apple, Google, Facebook, Microsoft or Amazon) spend millions to establish themselves and progress in this field, but the battle is even more…

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1. Gartner Top 3 HR Insights for 2018 A focus on organizational culture, manager coaching and equitable pay will set the foundation for improved performance outcomes in 2018. Today’s disruptive workforce trends have caused a lot of upheaval. But amid challenges such as remote workers, shorter employee tenure and frequent team structure changes, real life has changed for…

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How to successfully work across countries, languages and cultures by Tsedal Neeley for Harvard Biz Review According to a recent McKinsey Global Institute report, the number of people in the global labor force will reach 3.5 billion by 2030 — and yet there will still be a shortage of skilled workers. The result is likely to be intensified global…

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