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  • HRO Today JanFeb 2019 Feedback is Welcome

    Empower employees by embracing a feedback-based culture.

    By Marta Chmielowicz

    What is a feedback-focused culture? It’s one where all employees feel confident voicing their perspectives. One where relationships are grounded on trust and respect. One where positivity and openness are the norm, and even people who aren’t skilled in giving or receiving feedback are happy to participate.

  • HRO Today Baker's Dozen 2019 Baker’s Dozen Customer Satisfaction Ratings: Talent Management Technology

    View the top-rated talent management technology providers in the industry.

    By The Editors

    In 2019, employees and job seekers alike expect a tech-enabled workplace. See our list of the top talent management technology providers in the marketplace today and position yourself for growth and success.

  • HR Service Partners The Business of HR

    What comes with being a CHRO at an HR service partner organization? The answers may surprise you.

    By Debbie Bolla

    As the CHRO of any organization, running the management of human capital is no easy feat. But imagine the challenges of being an HR leader at an organization whose business is to make HR’s life easier.

  • Holistic Benefits Whole-Self Benefits

    A holistic benefits plan is at the top of the wish list for today’s employees—here’s how to create one that stands out.

    By Marta Chmielowicz

    In today’s mobile and ultra-connected world, the line between personal and professional lives is often blurred. The days of a traditional nine-to-five job are long gone. Employees across all generations are electronically tied to the office and have the ability to work outside of traditional hours. As a result, some organizations are playing an active role to ensure that their employees remain happy and healthy in all facets of their lives.

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HRO Today Global Current Issue

  • HRO Today Global Autumn Higher Learning: Lessons in Leadership

    VP of HR Antonio Climent shares the secrets to building culture and a strong leadership pipeline for Laureate International Universities.

    By Marta Chmielowicz

    Expanding into new international markets is fraught with difficulties. From aligning cultures to ensuring talent gaps are filled, multinational organisations can struggle to adapt to the norms and realities of their many areas of operation. But with the shift of economic activity from Europe and North America to markets in Africa, Asia, and Latin America comes a renewed need to manage global organisations. In fact, according to the McKinsey Global Institute, 400 midsize emerging-market cities, many unfamiliar in the West, will generate nearly 40 per cent of global growth over the next 15 years.

  • Action Learning Putting Learning into Action

    An experiential approach to training can solve business challenges whilst strengthening leadership abilities.

    By Michael McGowan

    Industry 4.0 is permeating both business and personal lives—and revolutionising the way people work. But in corporate learning, one thing hasn’t changed: People learn best by doing.

  • Cultural Training Cultural Connections

    A robust cross-cultural training programme is key for successful international relocations.

    By Marta Chmielowicz

    Cross-border relocations are becoming more commonplace as companies of all sizes embrace globalisation, battle skills shortages, and compete for top talent. Graebel’s Cross Border Transfers: Analysing Best Practices and Trends study reports that 83 per cent of HR professionals say these types of programmes help their organisations achieve talent and workplace management goals, and 66 per cent say they help meet internal development goals.

  • Agile TA Getting Ahead

    An agile TA process solves many of the talent challenges today’s multinationals are facing.

    By Marta Chmielowicz

    Imagine this: An organisation is seeking a candidate to fill a newly open leadership position. A team of recruiters gets to work and just a few days later, there’s already several promising options on the table, with contract workers ready to fill the temporary talent gap in the meantime. But that’s not all—the search has revealed potential candidates for a variety of other positions that aren’t even listed yet. Not only have recruiters filled the existing job opening quickly and efficiently, but they have delivered a top-of-the-line experience, engaged a number of high-quality potential hires, and made strides to solve their organisation’s future hiring challenges.

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HRO Today Research & Best Practices

  • Flash Report: Anticipating Outsourcing Needs in a Dynamic Economy

    With the completion of this North American study, we take a look at how the use of outsourced services such as RPO, MSP, Contingent Labor and Screening changed in 2018 and how these results compare to the 2016 study that was conducted. In the 2018 study, 36 percent of study participants indicated that they currently utilize an […]

  • What’s New in HR Tech?

    The rate of new technologies being developed and the number of companies providing them are increasing each year. This report reveals critical information about new technologies, their applications, and the companies offering them in the Human Capital Management technology sector. The Human Capital Management systems covered in this report include those in recruitment, employee records, […]

  • PeopleScout: Global Unemployment Report Quarter 3 2018

    Deploying a global workforce and ensuring access to the best talent is a crucial component of success for many enterprises. Global labor market data is an invaluable tool for multinational HR departments and can be used to inform critical decisions around the best countries and regions in which to grow. PeopleScout, a global provider of […]

  • Flash Report: The Importance of Contingent Workforce & Employer Branding

    In this Flash Report sponsored by AgileOne, we take a look at how employers feel about their brand strength when attracting contingent workers in the North America region. There are approximately 6 million workers classified as contingent in the US, and nearly three-quarters (71 percent) of respondents felt that the contingent workforce is an important […]

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HRO Today White Papers

  • Whitepaper: Three Workforce Solutions to Reduce Costs of Contingent Healthcare Staffing

    How can healthcare executives manage staffing shortages, rising regulatory pressures, and increased marketplace competition? A critical part of the solution to workforce budgeting challenges is optimizing contingent staff to reduce costs, make spending more predictable, relieve management pressures, and improve patient care. In response to the increased utilization of contingent practitioners throughout the healthcare industry, […]

  • Employee Screening The Five W’s: Analyzing The Benefits and Advantages of Employee Screening

    Competition to find the best applicants is at an all-time high, and competitors are fighting to find applicants to help their company grow and set them apart. A comprehensive background screening program can be used to strengthen a company in its specific industry and increase efficiencies in the hiring process. Your company’s future relies on […]

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