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From the moment automation became a real possibility workers were concerned their jobs were on the line. In some instances that’s been true, but not all. In the U.K. automation has destroyed 800,000 lower-skilled service jobs over a 15 year period, but has created 3.5 million higher-skilled jobs in their place. So which companies are creating Read more
Tags: robotics | automation | human resources
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Face it: all HR professionals looking for advice on something in the HR space. Maybe it’s the next big trend, a specific concept, or looking for a new direction. There is no limit to the amount of help and collective knowledge that’s available if you know where to look. A good place to start: the blog-o-sphere. We break down the top 5 HR Read more
Tags: blogging | recruitment | women in HR
May 2, 2018 by Mason Stevenson
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Social media giant Facebook has started shipping its new Oculus Go VR headset. It’s a cheaper version of the original Oculus Rift headset, and that translates to more affordability for HR professionals wanting to incorporate VR. This article looks at how VR can be used in hiring, onboarding, and continued education.
Tags: virtual reality | human resources | HR tech, Hr technology
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The latest Korn Ferry Gender Pay Index has been released and it shows women, on average, make 15% less than their male counterparts. This article will break down the numbers for Asia and take a closer look at global numbers as well as numbers country by country.
Tags: pay gap | Asia | Korn Ferry
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A new report from software company Condeco says Millennials are re-shaping the workplace and it doing so to benefit them. The focus is being put on adopting flexible workplaces and more openness.
Tags: Millennials | baby boomers | Generation Z | innovation | workplace
April 11, 2018 by Mason Stevenson
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Kroger says it plans to hire 11,000 employees, which includes 2,000 managers. The move is to help the company stay competitive against Amazon-owned Whole Foods and European discounter Aldi.
Tags: Kroger | War for Talent | Talent Development | hiring
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Data from Lever Examines How Organizations are Preparing for GDPR Compliance Specific to Recruiting and Hiring
Tags: GDPR | human resources | European Union
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Malaysia’s Deputy Prime Minister says skilled workers should see their minimum monthly wages increase from the current RM1,200 to RM3,500.
Tags: Malaysia | minimum wage | TVET
March 21, 2018 by The Hackett Group, Inc.
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Despite another year of flat to decreasing budgets and headcounts, HR organizations are focused on helping their companies unlock the value of digital transformation this year, according to 2018 Key Issues Research from The Hackett Group, Inc.
Tags: digital transformation | human resources | enterprise | HR tech, Hr technology
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In this edition of the HR News Beat, Google says it spent $270,000 to close the wage gap for workers in 2017, plus Healogics, the nation’s largest provider of advanced wound care services, names its new chief human resources officer.
Tags: Google | human resources | Healogics
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