And it is a good thing for CHROs and HR leaders.
It may be time to recalibrate our employee help programs as mental stress from remote working reaches new peaks.
HR leaders trying to close critical skill gaps often overlook key talent: People with skills adjacent to those they need.
Companies need to get creative when tackling the glaring gap in cybersecurity talent.
Companies need to do more than provide the right technologies for remote working, especially in addressing mental health.
Whether your employees will prefer to work remotely is more than a question of technology and convenience.
Social unrest is one reason HK companies seem to be readier.
Some of our ideas about workplaces, the role of gig and motivations will change forever.
Employees are beginning to worry how COVID-19 will affect their ability to work.
HR leaders need a new lens on workforce planning to leverage the rise of gig and other nontraditional work and drive organizational productivity.
To his credit, Welch did transform the way we value and groom talent.
Strategic workforce planning is critical for filling the skill gaps of today and tomorrow, but many HR leaders lack capabilities and maturity to tackle this key activity.
The new ask underscores rapidly shifting attitudes toward health benefits.
How SAP Hong Kong does it.
It seems various industries are guilty of underpayment.
Finally, a modern field service platform designed with field service workers in mind.
Metadata frameworks may be HR's best friend, along with engaging employees (not just chatting) and keep leaders informed in real-time
We need to see them differently, and not as Millennials 2.0.