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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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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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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More and more companies are committing to innovation, as a mechanism for differentiation. A scenario of this kind requires companies to continue exploiting their traditional business, while exploring at the same time future possibilities for creating value. Accordingly, organizations must create environments that permit both approaches to coexist harmoniously. Often the day-today business life ends…

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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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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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1. What do we mean by innovation? Today, the word innovation is on the lips of every executive or organizational leader, so often that it sounds like the latest fad of the moment or the promo item of the month. Conceivably for some companies, this is their reality: to say or to seek to be…

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  1. The Psychology of People Analytics By Tom Haak in Analytics in HR The attention to people analytics has increased enormously over the last few years. Many organizations have established people analytics teams, and several promising start-ups have developed software that can help HR with people analytics. The assumption is that if we have access…

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