Many interesting topics were discussed at the HR Tech Conference in London. Here we focus on some of the current thinking, discoveries, or case studies that will shape our future. New demographic shifts and employment trends Traditionally a company would control how and where people work. Now that is changing dramatically; many people increasingly have…

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Last October, Meta4 was recognized by Gartner as one of the three European vendors included in their annual report “Critical Capabilities (CC) for Cloud HCM Suites for Midmarket and Large Enterprises”. Global cloud HR and payroll solutions are the future for better HCM in companies operating in global markets. The leading global research and advisory…

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By Enrique Sala Pascual, HR consultant There’s been lots of buzz and debate on digitization and digital transformation and today everybody accepts it’s here to stay. It’s pretty obvious that companies that don’t factor in this digital ecosystem will have difficulties surviving. There’s also growing consensus that HR’s role ideally positions it for rolling out…

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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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There is no question, the human being is programmed to evaluate. From the moment we wake up until it’s time to sleep, we are constantly making decisions and this logically spills over to the professional field as well. The employee performance review has become a key issue for businesses today, but if we look back,…

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It is an indisputable fact that truly successful engagement management in organizations requires using technology to implement it. HR technology solutions must address several critical issues in order to function as enablers for the implementation of different processes. From our point of view there are ten key features that an HR technology solution must cover:…

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If there is a technology revolution that is profoundly impacting the way we analyze and understand various aspects of society and business, the chances are that this is the Big Data revolution. A global study by Accenture shows that for 89% of decision makers in companies, Big Data will be a revolution that is at…

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Recently the “The 2016 Deloitte Milennial Survey” has revealed some alarming as well as surprising data for organizations on the Millennial generation: over 2016 one of every four Millennials would change jobs if offered a better opportunity at another company. Sampling 7,700 young people born after 1982 and from 29 countries, the consultancy’s report also points…

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  By Macarena Carrión García de Velasco, Senior HR Consultant at Meta4   A couple of weeks ago I met up with a group of friends and at some point we ended up talking about the typical buzzwords we’ve all heard of and even incorporated into our everyday language. I mean newer trendy words like hipster,…

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Getting to Si, Ja, Oui, Hai, and Da, by Erin Meyer in Harvard Business Review Tim Carr, an American working for a defense company based in the midwestern United States, was about to enter a sensitive bargaining session with a high-level Saudi Arabian customer, but he wasn’t particularly concerned. Carr was an experienced negotiator and…

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