Sandy Gould, Vice President, Talent Acquisition, Learning, and Diversity & Inclusion at Verizon Media shares the company's innovative new talent strategy.
Skills are becoming outdated quickly so new hires need to show propensity to learn instead says tech giant’s boss.
Employees at Thomas Cook are worst hit in the mismanagement fiasco, and took to social media to air grievances.
Beyond out-of-pocket hiring and onboarding costs, how does turnover affect overall operations? Peter Cappeli looks at the latest economic research
New US research shows there is still a fear of technology replacing jobs, but plenty of staff feel prepared to embrace technology at the highest levels.
Jason Averbook writes the "People Side of Digital" column for HR Executive magazine in the US. He shares five vital steps for digital transformation.
California lawmakers pass a controversial bill that requires firms to treat independent contractors as employees.
The coffee giant will bring in a raft of improvements to lure workers and streamline mundane tasks amid aggressive competition.
Laszlo Bock believes that we are on the cusp of an HR revolution like the operations and manufacturing revolutions a century ago.
In a surprise outcome, new research suggests millennials believe “dressing up” for work boosts performance.
A consultant says the urge to suppress salary discussions may be understandable, but laws in the US are moving in a different direction.
McDonald's Corp has been deliberately evolving its internal culture, as global director of HR Analytics Derek Berube explains.
McDonald's Corp is reinventing talent management for its own disrupted space, as Chief People Officer David Fairhurst explains to HR Executive magazine.
Employee engagement is at the heart of new survey products that provide continual data. Survey questions can be key to getting accurate results.
Female college graduates dominate in the work place influencing compensation packages.
People with autism can fill up AI jobs that are highly repetitive and analytical.
Renowned HR industry analyst Josh Bersin discusses the importance of the HR business partner in modern business.
Chief People Officer David Fairhurst is playing a key role as the storied McDonald's brand adapts to a changing business and environment.
Workplace technology commentator John Sumser ponders an age where the intelligence of groups, teams, and organsiations is focused on.
A LinkedIn report highlights the distinct word choices that can discourage women from applying for jobs.
US-based HR technology commentator Bill Kutik offers a personalised review of "Nine Lies about Work", the latest book from Marcus Buckingham.
“Agile”, a design framework invented for software developers, has now landed in HR. And it’s transforming absolutely everything.
In an unrelated civil court case, a former HR leader at IBM has said that massive layoffs were part of an effort to appeal to millennial talent.
New tools allow companies to put their workers under the microscope like never before - but are the insights worth the implications for trust and privacy?
New research shows that teams that most impact on the output of an organisation. Here's how HR and technology can help their development.
Companies in the US are gearing up to expand into Asian markets. They are in search of new talent, as well as customers.
Retention is increasingly becoming tied to the strength of an organisation’s teams, which in turn have the ability to power business success.
New research from Gartner shows indecision at the hiring stage could be costing organisations much more than just first chance at the best talent.
David Fairhurst, Corporate EVP, Global Chief People Officer of McDonald's Corp, offers some key advice for HR leaders, based on his own extensive career.
A cultural audit can help HR make onboarding more meaningful and effective, says Lilith Christiansen of software developer SilkRoad.