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    19/12/2019 Thu 10:05 in All markets by Contributor Social media and the workplace: Legal considerations for employers   Social media is increasingly creating issues in workplaces around the world and blurring employees’ work and personal lives. On the one hand, its use allows employers to promote a positive image of their business and their brand to a vast audience. On the other hand, these benefits are balanced by the potential for employees to damage their employer’s brand and reputation extremely quickly. Social media’s
  • 06/12/2019 Fri 10:57 in All markets by Staff Writer 3 ways technology is leveraging HR function From recruitment to onboarding and performance management, HR teams are increasingly relying on technology to optimise workflows and improve employee productivity. Vidhya Sam, HR head of Adrenalin eSystems, explains how technology is empowering human resources practitioners to reimagine their human capital: 1. Artificial Intelligence (AI)  HR is rapidly acquainting itself with AI. AI is optimising HR functions such as recruiting, employee onboarding, training, payroll,
  • 19/11/2019 Tue 10:02 in All markets by Aditi Sharma Kalra HR policies vs. profits: Determining the impact of HR policies on business results While there is no single, prescribed answer to HR analytics; let’s learn the tools to apply them to our specific circumstances, and deliver the unique solution that will be best for our organisations.  HR metrics measure the effectiveness of the HR function in delivering value to enable the workforce. As such, they are fully owned by the
  • 29/11/2019 Fri 09:49 in All markets by Robert Blain Top 10 job skills for 2020 As we leave behind a decade of disruption, and stride boldly into one that could bring even greater disruption, we look at the 10 job skills HR pros and their charges need to meet the challenges of 2020 – and beyond – head on. 1. Data literacy Data is fast becoming every company’s most prized asset – the fuel that drives business. Organisations that don’t
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    19/11/2019 Tue 10:11 in All markets by Robert Blain Five top tips for managing Millennials It’s official. According to a survey by the HR Director website, 32% of managers consider Millennials the most difficult group to manage in the workplace. It’s probably something HR practitioners have suspected for some time. But with an estimated 56 million Millennial-aged (born 1981-96) workers worldwide – and counting – it’s a demographic that demands HR’s attention. So how do you engage and get the
  • 29/10/2019 Tue 12:03 in All markets by Jerene Ang 4 reasons why developing tomorrow’s leaders should matter to every CEO One reason why Magesvaran Suranjan, President, Asia Pacific, Middle East, and Africa, P&G, believes in building the capabilities of those who are about to enter the workforce is the opportunity to see the world through their eyes.   I have been incredibly fortunate, having had multiple, diverse assignments and responsibilities during my 25-year career. From beginning my career as a cost