HRO Today Association Awards Recap
The 2022 Association Awards program received more nominations than ever before, demonstrating both the tremendous work being accomplished in the HR community and the continued interest and growth of our Awards program year over year. The level of detail and information, including examples, results or ROI and supporting references – in each of the nominations received this year, demonstrated not only the great work being done by our nominees, but the commitment and buy-in from our nominators – who invested their time, and energy, on the finalists’ behalf -because they saw something that mattered and made a difference!
From the hundreds of nominations received, the awards selection committee had to select just a few winners in the North America, EMEA and APAC regions. Each region had upwards of 9 company or team award categories and 2 individual award categories. The North America and EMEA awards were announced at the HRO Today Association Conference & Awards Program, held virtually last month on the 16th of November. While the APAC region awards were announced at the APAC Board of Advisors meeting, held virtually.
All told, a total of 46 awards were bestowed upon deserving teams/companies and individuals from across the globe. While the award categories available for nomination were consistent across all regions, in some cases we announced more than one winner, based on industry or company size, where appropriate. Click here to access the full list of winners.
HRO Today Association Conference Session Recordings Now Available
The HRO Today Association has recently posted recordings of two sessions conducted during its virtual Conference and Awards Program on November 16th. These sessions were timely and well-received by the more than 135 attendees. The recorded sessions are:
- How to Think About Effectiveness in Outsourcing Decisions (presented by Dr. Peter Cappelli, Director, Wharton Center for Human Resources)
- CHRO Panel Discussion on the Intersection of HR and Employee Mental Health (speakers: Steven Eller, CHRO, Beacon Health System and Maura Stevenson, CHRO, MedVet; moderated by Elliot Clark, CEO, SharedXpertise)
Members now have exclusive access to these sessions through the Association’s On-Demand library. The session presented by Dr. Cappelli is posted under the Talent Acquisition section while the CHRO Panel is posted under Employee Engagement.
2022 HRO Today Annual Top Concerns of CHROs
Each year brings new challenges for CHROs when planning staffing needs, while some challenges remain from the prior year as others begin to ebb. Human resources is directly responsible for workforce planning and employee needs, so the insights from HR leaders are unique and necessary to judge the direction of the industry.
The HRO Today Annual Global CHRO Survey examines and quantifies the concerns of Chief Human Resource Officers (CHROs) as they plan future staffing needs. Read more…
Professional Development Opportunities
Upcoming HR Table Talk
[HR Table Talk] – How to Assess and Address for Success Accountability at Your Organization
January 12 | 12:00PM-12:45PM ET
(limited to 20 members – reserve your seat today)
Karen will kick things off by sharing her insights on accountability at work. In this session you will be provided opportunity to speak to as well as gain reference on accountability, including:
- Overview and examples of tools to better analyze it
- Guidance on how to build behaviors that improve it
- Plan / steps for creating a culture modeling it
- Tips on how to address obstacles blocking it
Click here to register for this FREE Members-only event!
Do you want to showcase your knowledge and increase your presence amongst the HR Community in 2023? Then consider presenting a Livestream or HR Table Talk. Simply complete our quick Call For Speaker form, identify a potential topic or two and upon successful review, staff will reach out to set up.
Member Content Library Additions
Talent acquisition technology can do everything it’s advertised to do — find more candidates, use data to generate actionable insights, free up recruiters to focus more on the critical human touchpoints etc. — but only if key players throughout an organization commit themselves fully to understanding and harnessing its power.
You must be clear about the steps and outcomes you are hoping to achieve. What problems are you trying to solve? Is it an attraction issue? A data visibility one? Are you finding it difficult to engage with your talent networks? Are there too many moving parts to your onboarding process? Where are candidates dropping out of the process? Perhaps it’s all or none of the above — or something else entirely.
The crucial importance of effectively managing talent requires organizations make informed and balanced decisions about solutions that address their immediate workforce needs while also aligning with their long-term goals.
As organizations move beyond adoption and into an optimization phase, they are making adjustments to their telehealth offerings from experience gained with both technology and the program administration of virtual care.
To compete for the limited supply of workers in today’s marketplace, organizations wrestle with several trends that have grown more urgent in the wake of the COVID-19 disruption. The following is a quick look at workforce strategy fundamentals that can help companies prioritize a path to more effective talent acquisition.
Tapping into the extended workforce is a core business priority as leaders look for new approaches to getting work done in an environment where the supply of available talent is tight. So, what does it take to drive an impactful strategy? The following checklist explores practical answers through statements that speak to the fundamentals for success.