The Future of the Employee

A New Vision for HR Management: The workforce ecosystem

With “actively disengaged” employees costing U.S. businesses up to $550 billion annually, how can HR management boost engagement? Read this report to explore why the old HR models are dead, why the upcoming Millennial generation will challenge HR management, and why companies need to take a “portfolio management” approach to talent.

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Q&A: Stop Leaving Your Workforce to Chance

Lifetime employment is a thing of the past, and so is employee loyalty. To build a better workforce, companies need to deepen their relationships with employees. Hear from a panel of experts on how companies should stop leaving their workforces to chance and take a more sustainable approach.

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The Lost Opportunity in HR Management: Speed

Hiring the wrong person for the job wastes time. They’re harder to integrate into the organization and struggle more in their work. Hiring the right person from the start brings an advantage that companies desperately need today: speed. So how can your organization hire the right people – fast?

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A Social Contract for the 21st Century

Companies can no longer ignore the global economy’s deeper problems: a shortage of employees with the right skills coupled with a less loyal workforce. HR needs to take a more strategic role and empower employees to find education with a faster ROI, in parallel with formal academic pursuits.

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Your Workforce Isn't Who You Think They Are

Few organizations systematically engage their former employees, contractors, freelancers, and temporary workers. That’s a big mistake. Everyone’s more mobile these days. Not only are workers less tied to one employer or assignment, companies’ workforce needs are shifting faster than ever.


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3 Ways to Use HR for Competitive Advantage

Few companies look at workforce planning the way they do financial planning. Yet they often talk about people as their most important assets.

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