RecruiterCast, hosted by David Webb, chronicles the modern recruiting journey each week with in-depth, industry-expert discussions.
Jacksonville, FL. – January 10, 2019 – BrightMove, Inc., a leader in recruiting software innovation, is excited to announce the launch of RecruiterCast, a weekly podcast designed to examine the recruiting industry, featuring advice and insight from influencers and industry experts.
Born from the need to provide a glimpse into the ever-evolving recruitment landscape, RecruiterCast appeals to several audiences – recruiters, job-seekers and employers, offering insight into how workforce hiring trends affect each.
What slow economic growth means for HR and the workforce.
By Michael Switow
Singapore’s economy is beginning to show signs of collateral damage from the trade war between the United States and China. The manufacturing sector has been hit particularly hard, but the top line numbers also belie an economic transition that is benefiting modern service providers like data centres and internet companies.
By Debbie Bolla
2020 is poised to be a year of transformation. I recently had the opportunity to co-lead a think-tank session at our HRO Today Forum EMEA in Dublin with Julie Sharp and transformation was on her mind. Sharp is a seasoned, senior-level HR executive who has headed up HR across the globe including in APAC at Citibank Australia. With so much technological innovation infiltrating the marketplace and an increasing level of pressure to execute an effective people strategy, HR needs to prepare for change. Sharp says there are two questions that HR needs to asking to be ready for the future of work.
1. How has the HR profession reacted to the complex changes in the area of digital science and technology? The answer is a bit unclear. A recent survey from KMPG found that some forward-looking HR leaders are working on strategic plans to implement new platforms in the areas of analytics and automation. Two-thirds of respondents agree that HR has undergone or is undergoing a digital transformation, but only 40 per cent of HR leaders have a digital workforce plan in place.
Notable achievements of the HR leaders recognised at the HRO Today Forum in Dublin.
By The Editors
In today’s competitive business world, talent has the potential to be the greatest strength of an organisation and one of its most powerful sources of competitive advantage. But developing a top talent pool requires more than just a good recruitment strategy: culture, technology, data insights, benefits, learning, engagement, and more are emerging as top considerations.
Chief HR officers are responsible for managing all of these elements of the talent strategy whilst delivering business results. To honor the contributions of these incredible leaders, HRO Today is proud to present the 2019 Leaders of Distinction Award winners and the HRD of the Year Award winners.
Click here to read about the award winners.
By The Editors
From awards ceremonies to interactive leadership panels, take a peek at what you missed at this year’s HRO Today Forum EMEA.
Click here to view photos from the event.
By Debbie Bolla
2020 is poised to be a year of transformation. I recently had the opportunity to co-lead a think-tank session at the HRO Today Forum EMEA with Julie Sharp and transformation was on her mind. Sharp is a seasoned, senior-level HR executive who has headed up HR for such firms as Bank of Ireland, ING, and Citibank Australia. With so much technological innovation infiltrating the marketplace and an increasing level of pressure to execute an effective people strategy, HR needs to prepare for change. She asked the audience a few different questions and provided some food for thought.
How has the HR profession reacted to the complex changes in the area of digital science and technology? The answer is a bit unclear. A recent survey from KMPG found that some forward-looking HR leaders are working on strategic plans to implement new platforms in the areas of analytics and automation. Two-thirds of respondents agree that HR has undergone or is undergoing a digital transformation, but only 40 per cent of HR leaders have a digital workforce plan in place.
By D. Zachary Misko
We talk a lot about talent acquisition at HRO Today. It tends to be a common thread for managers, service and technology providers, candidates, and, of course, HR. For several years, we’ve frequently heard people say, “It’s all about the people” or “Employees are your biggest asset.” And I don’t disagree. People are at the heart of so much that is important in the world of human resources. But as processes, protocols, life, people, business, and technology continue to evolve, the HRO Today Association must evolve, too.
Think of it this way: From a TA perspective, organizations will ask questions around which jobs are better suited for people and which others can be handled by automation. However, from a talent management perspective, managers will be asking how this new world of work will impact company culture. And L&D officers will wonder how automation will shape training and development plans.
Philadelphia, PA – December 12, 2019 – SharedXpertise, producers of the HRO Today Association and its CHRO affinity group C-TEN, HRO Today Magazine, and providers of events and research for the most senior levels of HR, is pleased to announce the promotion of Renee Preston to Senior Vice President of Membership Services, as well as Global Executive Director of the HRO Today Association. In this role, she will oversee client offerings, delivery and growth of the HRO Today Association and its executive groups, as well as the success of the Associaition’s annual membership conference.
Preston succeeds Zachary Misko, whose previous work in these positions spanned the past five years. Under this change, Misko will retain the title of Global Executive Director Emeritus, and will preserve his seat on the executive board for the HRO Today Association. He’ll continue frequently consulting with SharedXpertise, LLC sharing his expertise and thought leadership when applicable.
Since joining SharedXpertise in 2017, Renee Preston has brought forth twenty years of Association executive experience in connecting buyers, providers and advisors to SharedXpertise’s networks through the exchange of best practices. As a member of the leadership team in her previous role with IAOP, she successfully shaped the direction of its programs and directly contributed to the association’s growth and member satisfaction. Her proactiveness in relationship management resulted in delighted long-term partnerships.
Philadelphia, PA – November 26, 2019 – SharedXpertise Media LLC, publishers of HRO Today, a leading publication in the human resources industry, and providers of events and research for the most senior levels of human resources, and Talent Management Alliance, LLC, a global knowledge-exchange network dedicated to the advancement of strategic talent management and leadership development practices, have announced a new fully integrated partnership. Under the terms of the new agreement, HRO Today will begin managing the assets and delivering the content of Talent Management Alliance’s present and future business ventures.
Since its inception in 2010, Talent Management Alliance (TMA) has been providing training via conferences, online education, and webcasts to help recruit, develop and retain top talent for leading organizations in the industry. The conferences and networking opportunities on specified topical content areas for human resources will be targeted at the director and managerial level and focus on providing guidance on tactical execution of the complex role of human resources in workforce recruitment, engagement and retention.
Below are the list of TMA events HRO Today will manage starting in 2020:
New York, NY – November 25, 2019 – Madison Performance Group, a global leader in Social Recognition, has enhanced its cloud-based SAAS solution, Maestro, with continual and ongoing integrations though MaestroCONNECT. The award-winning Maestro platform uses social employee recognition to strengthen the bond between managers and their teams; and the relationship between employees and their companies. Through a unique Strategic Program Design process, effective communications, comprehensive training and robust business analytics, Maestro delivers a complete solution for an organization’s Rewards & Recognition, Sales Incentives and Service Anniversary programs.
With MaestroCONNECT, Madison is able to provide an answer to customers’ needs by offering a seamless connection from its recognition software into other technology applications used for HR and workforce management. And now the software can connect to over 1,500 applications on the market today. A number that is continually expanding to support customers’ needs.
“We understand the need for creating convenience as part of an overall recognition program,” says Alex Alaminos, Madison CEO. “Many organizations find themselves using multiple programs to accomplish different tasks as it relates to employee data management such as for payroll, timesheets, and personnel data – all of which can be extracted and used as base information for employee recognition and rewards programs.”
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