Need we do some more lateral thinking to improve conditions for innovation?
A new study demonstrates that the use of psychometric assessments can remove unconscious bias from the recruitment process, eliminating any risk of adverse impact.
UK businesses are failing to support a culture of innovation despite employees believing that their companies would benefit from fresh ideas and innovative ways of working, new research shows.
Today’s recruiters want their assessments to deliver four objectives: to differentiate their employer brand, to provide an engaging candidate experience, to deliver process efficiency and, most importantly, to provide robust and objective data about which candidates will thrive in the role and fit their culture.
Recruitment has drastically changed over the last 10 years. It used to be that a recruiter solely sat on the HR side of the table, but in a hyper-competitive landscape, recruiters need to think more like marketers, and align themselves with sales and marketing within the company. In this new era of recruiting, where companies are feverishly competing for the top candidates, recruiters have a role to make their company stand out from the cluttered market.
Wellbeing at work is still seen by many as a “soft” theme with underlying tones of health and safety and boxes to be ticked.
Innovation in HR is crucial as an innovative HR department will help to produce an innovative company. Recent research, for example, has found that employers are missing out on a host of innovative ideas by not listening to their staff.
I love HR. I know that’s pretty contentious, after all there seems to be a proliferation of HR bashing happening on a constant basis (at least in my twitter newsfeed!).
Leading technology recruitment specialist Talent International as launched the 2015 Talent Unleashed Awards. It has again enlisted the support of Sir Richard Branson as the program’s main judge.
IT professionals are looking for a strong culture of innovation in prospective employers, but employers don’t rate their companies very high on the innovation scale.
Innovation within HR and recruitment can significantly impact a business but what are the best techniques for implementing and monitoring new ideas? HRreview discusses the future of HR with ADP’s Stuart Sackman.
Workday provide an infographic that suggests CEOs are feeling the strain when lacking the correct management tools. They suggest that more financial executors are turning to cloud-based management systems as it improves this process.
Anvil have received the Queen’s Award for Enterprise in innovation for their development of its Employee Travel Monitoring System (ETMS).
How HR professionals can help their organisation bridge the Disruption Gap When I started work at Unilever 15 years ago, we used to debate whether innovation would need to deliver 5% or 10% of our growth for that particular year. Fast forward to ?What If!’s Eyes Wide Shut study launched this Spring and 23% of…
What does innovation mean to you? The dictionary definition is that innovation is “the act of creating something new” but in a business setting this can relate to a wide range of scenarios, from new products to improved processes. Put simply, innovation is critical to driving a business forward. All too often though, it is…