HRO Today Introduces New Blog

HRO Today has launched a brand new blog, dedicated to HR. The blog features posts by the HRO Today team, and guests, who will keep you updated on everything new in the world of human resources. To view the blog, visit http://hrotoday.blogspot.com, and check back for frequent updates!

Of Business Processes, Angioplasty, and Blogging

Part Two–Vinnie Mirchandani discusses macro trends driving the outsourcing market and why innovation can still flourish. by Joseph Vales, Kerry Ann Vales Vinnie Mirchandani is outspoken and a passionate observer of the IT services and software marketplaces. His Deal Architect advisory service is read by many of the leading corporate buyers around the globe. Using […]

China’s ‘New Normal’

Does slower growth mean lower wages? By Michael Switow For top talent, the scales may be beginning to tilt in China. Whilst many candidates can still name their price, industry analysts see signs of a transformation from China’s current candidate-driven market to an employer-driven one more typical of mature markets, at least in some sectors. […]

Sharing Success

Winners of the HRO Today Forum APAC Awards discuss their greatest achievements. By Belinda Sharr HRO Today recognises the best and brightest HR professionals—we annually honour those who have helped blaze new trails with best practices for the HR industry to follow. Winners were announced in five categories at the HRO Today Services and Technology […]

Retail Therapy

Meijer partnered with EG Workforce Solutions to find—and keep—talent in new and challenging markets. By Debbie Bolla When it comes to the retail industry, growth is always a good thing, but it can present business challenges. Such was the case for Meijer, the nation’s 19th largest privately held company with headquarters in Michigan. The retailer […]

Training Future Leaders

Seven ways organizations can make their learning programs appealing to Millennials. By Audrey Roth It’s no secret that the Millennial generation is taking over the workforce. Employees born in the 1980s and 1990s, also known as the Millennials or Generation Y, will make up 75 percent of the workforce by 2025. Between text messaging, YouTube, […]

High-Profile Departures Shine a Light on an Age-Old Problem

Coping with attrition in the world’s fastest-growing economy By Michael Switow With the eurozone sputtering and China’s era of double digit growth a distant memory, the main bright spot in the global economy has been the United States, which experienced 3.7 per cent growth in the second quarter. But that’s not considered sufficient by most […]

The Best Global HR Pros and Best HR Ideas

A quick look inside the HRO Today Forum Europe 2015 By The Editors Look to network with your peers, hear from industry experts, get the latest on HR technology and analytics, and offer your own take on critical HR issues facing global companies? If so, consider our HRO Today Forum Europe 2015. It’s scheduled for […]