In a world of uncertainty and changing economic direction, upskilling your workforce for the modern world should be the number one priority on your people and development strategy.
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What can HR departments do to make sure staff stays on?
Why it is a great thing and how to get it right.
Laurie Padua forecasts the future of talent management in an era of AI and people analytics revolutionisation.
96 per cent of UK businesses rate their approach to succession planning highly, yet more than two thirds are concerned that their employee turnover rates are too high, according to a new report.
HRreview has launched its graduate recruitment and development special edition that puts the spotlight on these key issues in the UK in 2018.
PepsiCo is putting graduates’ entrepreneurial skills to the test with the new PepsiCo Go Trendsetter Challenge, an online brand competition that could lead to a position on the company’s Graduate Programme within the Digital and Insights teams. From goji berries to street food, kimchi to the Paleo diet; when it comes to eating, snacking and…
If you’re an Olympian, yes – this works – because the goal (aka medal) is the only thing that matters. It wont necessarily be the most successful approach if the best outcome is a little more complicated, which is perhaps the case for business leaders.
HRreview has launched its talent management and leadership development special edition that puts the spotlight on these key issues in the UK in 2016.
In a fast-paced, commercially driven environment, HR leaders are facing many changes that make their work more and more challenging. The wake of Brexit is only one of them. Taking a more strategic approach is crucial when dealing with new technological advancements, changing demographics and global skills shortages.
In a fast-paced, commercially driven environment, HR leaders are facing many changes that make their work more and more challenging, with the wake of Brexit is only one of them! Taking a more strategic approach is crucial when dealing with new technological advancements, changing demographics and global skills shortages.
New research shows that the modest economic growth of the past four years has been met by an unprecedented shortage of skills, leaving thousands of vacancies unfilled.
Our media partner Symposium Events, Talent Management and Leadership Development Summit was on 22nd October, in London. The event was very popular, and one of the main topics was the rise of the millennial management.
The millennial generation, long associated with the youthful cutting edge, is now heading towards early middle age. This means that more and more millennials are reaching the upper heights of the career ladder and are now assuming senior management positions. The latest Symposium organised summit titled ‘Talent Management and Leadership Development’, held yesterday at the Hilton Hotel in Canary Wharf, London, considered the effect this generational change in leadership will have on the workplace.
This infographic from Skillsoft highlights the prevalence of buying new skills and talent over training existing members of staff to fill future vacancies at the executive level. The results have been taken from Skillsoft’s Skill-builders vs. Skill-buyers report published earlier this year, revealing that whilst a large number of companies prefer to view themselves as…