5 lessons to launch inclusion

Posted by Kathi Enderes and Nehal Nangia on December 17, 2019.

Deloitte research shows that in the last five years, urgency around diversity and inclusion (D&I) has increased by 53 percent.1 The workforce is becoming increasingly diverse, and the business case for the impact of D&I on critical business and talent outcomes (e.g., higher productivity, profitability, and customer satisfaction) has been established.2 But despite several decades of having D&I initiatives in place, close to 40 percent of organizations reported that they don’t attain the anticipated value from their efforts in this area.3 What can organizations do to address this?
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Workforce transformation is the evolution of talent management

Posted by Mike Kemp, Kathi Enderes, and Nehal Nangia on November 26, 2019.

In an era of constant innovation and market disruption, change is the new norm. Many organizations are feeling pressure to continuously rethink strategic directions, including those related to their people. Today’s workforce strategies require an expanded view of who performs the work and a deeper consideration into the nature of the work to be done and where and when it can be completed.
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Superjobs and the remote workforce

Q&A from our Superjobs Dbriefs webinar

superjobs.pngPosted by Arthur Mazor and Kathi Enderes on October 22, 2019.

Superjobs are an evolving concept we saw in our 2019 Global Human Capital Trends research, reflecting a future of work where people and technology work together in new ways. During our recent Dbriefs webinar on superjobs, participants raised a number of interesting questions that we wanted to explore more fully. One question asked: As companies try to find talent and skills to fill these superjobs, what trends are you seeing regarding companies adopting and understanding a remote workforce? And, a related question, Do you see certain industries, or [certain] sized industries, taking a lead in this area?

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