Philadelphia, PA – March 13, 2019 – SharedXpertise, publisher of HRO Today Magazine, in collaboration with Yoh Recruitment Process Outsourcing, has released the Worker Confidence Index Annual Report for 2018. This annual report analyzes data collected in 2018 that measures employment security from the perspective of U.S. employees, and examines what forces contributed to the […]
The 2018 iTalent Competition winner empowers organisations to act on worker feedback in real-time to make a real difference.
By Taylor Thompson
In the past few decades alone, human resources has evolved from an administrative function to a growing industry arguably centered around the most important department in an organisation. The workforce has transformed to accommodate advancements in technology and the work-life balance expectations of the up-and-coming generation of workers. Out of this change comes the race to not only retain top talent, but to maintain an organisation’s current workforce. What better way to keep top performers than going to them directly to find out what works and what doesn’t? Whilst asking employers for feedback on current business practices sounds like a straightforward task, James Anderson, co-founder of Peachy Mondays, began to see otherwise.
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CHRO Hein Knaapen shares how ING developed its Orange Code based on three employee practices and the success that followed.
By Debbie Bolla
Sometimes the key to success is simplicity. That less is more philosophy is a guiding force behind ING’s highly visible “Orange Code,” which drives the organisation’s culture and human capital initiatives. The bank’s CHRO Hein Knaapen says although the three phrases of the “Orange Code” are simple, they encapsulate who ING is at the core.
This year’s superstars are transforming HR through innovation and agility.
By The Editors
We are living in an age of immense technological disruption. Digital transformation is a top concern in boardrooms across the world, with companies adopting new technologies to reinvent themselves, deliver more value to their customers, and remain relevant in today’s high-paced business climate. But to succeed, organisations need to transform at a more fundamental cultural level. HR professionals across the globe are stepping up to meet the challenge.
The future of learning is digital—but are organisations ready to make the transition?
By Marta Chmielowicz
“The only sustainable competitive advantage is an organisation’s ability to learn faster than the competition.” This idea was first introduced in 1990 by renowned author and organisational strategist Peter Senge, but remains as relevant as ever. In an increasingly dynamic, complex, and interconnected world, learning quickly and efficiently is key.
View the top providers of recruitment process outsourcing in EMEA and APAC. By the Editors HRO Today Global’s Baker’s Dozen Customer Satisfaction Ratings are based solely on feedback from buyers of the rated services; the ratings are not based on the opinion of the HRO Today Global staff. We collect feedback annually through an online survey, which we distribute both […]
New research reveals four trends driving successful programmes.
By Mary Stoik Dymond
The mobility industry is constantly evolving to meet company goals and employee needs, especially in the midst of globalisation, tight labour markets, technology innovations, and multiple generations in the workforce.
By Elliot H. Clark
Or should I begin with “never say never again?” This will be the last print edition of HRO Today Global. But it is not goodbye; it’s more of an “au revoir” or until we meet again. HRO Today Global has existed as a magazine since it was founded as HRO Today Europe more than a dozen years ago. Originally, it was supposed to cover the HRO industry in Europe, but, in truth, it included quite a bit of re-purposed North America content. It was sort of good, but not really local. It was sort of global, but not really.