Tag Archives: Workforce Planning

The Future is Bright

Millennial Employees

Recent research finds that millennial and Generation Z leaders are changing the world of work—for the better.

By Zoe Harte

Millennials and their younger Generation Z counterparts frequently face criticism over their commitment to the workforce and are often labeled as lazy and entitled and described as “snowflakes.” Yet these younger generations are poised to change the future of work. As these digital natives become the dominant generation in the workforce, they are quickly squashing these misconceptions and bringing their positive influences to build their vision of a new work paradigm.

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Outside the Mold

Employee Development

Organizations need to reinvent growth strategies by providing opportunities to all levels of employees.

By Meghann Arnold

When it comes to developing a strong workforce, organizations too often provide opportunity to only “traditional” employees: Those who have college degrees and a resume full of experience, volunteerism, and organizational involvement. To put it lightly, organizations don’t always give opportunities to those who don’t fit the mold of advancement.

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Mapping Out the Future

Talent Planning

Artificial intelligence can elevate workforce planning by providing insight into the key skills and growth potential of talent.

By Steven T. Hunt

Gartner predicts that by 2020, artificial intelligence (AI) will create 2.3 million jobs and eliminate 1.8 million. This shift will redefine the value that employees bring to the workplace, and in many cases, make people’s roles more strategic as machines start to take over manual tasks. However, AI’s impact on administrative roles is only the beginning—leadership roles are also set for disruption.

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An Rx for Contingent Workers

Healthcare MSP

How a vendor-neutral MSP alleviates challenges for healthcare organizations.

By Leanne Oatman

Today’s integrated managed services models help healthcare organizations navigate complex challenges and attract the best talent to their organization. And this is more important than ever, for according to a 2017 Moody’s Investor Services report, overall hospital operating expenses outpaced operating revenues. With labor representing the most significant portion of hospital operating expenses, these financial challenges are fueling the need for healthcare organizations to reconsider hiring models. One option for contingent labor is a vendor-neutral managed service program (MSP).

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Spearheading Hiring

HRO Today

gategroup’s Director of Talent Michael Spear drives game-changing results with his workforce planning tool.

By Debbie Bolla

When Michael Spear, director of talent acquisition and development for gategroup, accepted his award for Talent Acquisition Leader of the Year for Innovation at the 2017 HRO Today Forum in Chicago, he said:

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Forecasting Modernization

HR Outsourcing

CHROs and industry experts share their insight on what 2018 holds for HR.

By Audrey Roth

In the coming year, constantly evolving technology and the growing demands to attract, retain, and engage talent will cause dynamic change in the HR industry. HR leaders must be prepared to face the challenges of a year of transformation.

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Closing the Talent Gap

Talent Gap

Organizations are using data and analytics to get ahead of succession and hiring planning.

By Audrey Roth

Long gone are the days when succession and hiring planning were considered cutting-edge HR. Today, both initiatives are essential components to the overall talent management strategy. When executed efficiently, talent gaps will be minimized, and all employees from the entry-level to the C-suite will understand their path to success within the company. Succession planning frequently focuses on senior-level roles, which is certainly a necessity, but lack of a broader organizational strategy can lead to lower levels of engagement and higher levels of attrition.

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