1. The Rise of the Social Enterprise: A New Paradigm for Business After a year of research and another enormous survey of business and HR leaders around the world, we just released the Deloitte Human Capital Trends 2018, entitled “The Rise of the Social Enterprise.” What we found, after detailed analysis of the data and many…

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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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Today, there is no doubt that talent is scarce and companies that need to acquire and hire it must compete in a new, changing ambience with new global talent networks and new technological trends. According to Deloitte’s latest report on the World Human Capital Trends 2017, attracting the best talent is still one of the…

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Much has been written about the similarities between Marketing and HR strategies. For both disciplines, the customer/employee is placed at the heart of their strategies aimed to understand and meet their needs. Today, consumers are making new demands of companies. They expect much more and are better informed. They are accustomed to moving around in…

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Many companies brag about being innovative and reiterate this in corporate reports and in the different messages sent out to society. Settling in offices with large windows, scandinavian design furniture, walls decorated with photographs of Steve Jobs, Einstein and Leonardo Da Vinci, or a common space for playing table football—this is not what I would…

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Marketing and HR a necessary alliance Many factors make our company a good workplace. Obviously the reputation of their professionals, their business results and how well-known they are in their sector are some of the elements that make up their company’s “elevator pitch” and most certainly considered by future employees. However there are other internal…

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Employee engagement, gamificacion, resilience and others…

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What makes a good corporate HR director?

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Is talent the same as potential? Who is responsible for making this talent bloom?

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