Spotting three Trends of the Trends: Employee experience rounds out the Top 3


Posted by Jeff Schwartz on December 7, 2018.

This is our third of three posts tracking the Trends of the Trends—the topics we have seen emerge as perennial in our issues in our annual Global Human Capital Trends research over the last seven years. At No. 3, employee experience is just behind the leadership and learning. It encompasses a number of ingredients necessary to provide an engaging employee experience throughout the employment life cycle.

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Why your social enterprise doesn’t have to be political


Posted by Michael Gretczko on November 14, 2018.

A recent Twitter Poll we conducted found that 54 percent of employees don’t expect their organizations to take a stand on social issues and 46 percent say “yes” they expect them to. In these times of disruptive social dynamics, we have been exploring the role of the employer in this conversation.

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A true HR strategy is about more than HR

Elevating HR’s role to drive a sustainable business future

Posted by Arthur Mazor, Amy Sobey and Ken Kunkleman on November 15, 2017.

Despite HR’s evolution over the past 20 years, HR is not consistently creating sustainable business value for organizations. Only 20 percent of business executives believe HR is adequately planning for their companies’ future talent needs1. And, only 22 percent feel confident that their organization is adapting well to employees’ needs. Coupled with workplace and workforce disruptions, the challenge to HR is clear: step it up, or you could lose your seat at the table.

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Cybersecurity culture

Shoring up your organizational governance and awareness

Shoring up your organizational governance and awareness

Posted by Monique Francois and Don Miller on September 22, 2015.

Security breaches are happening more than ever, creating multimillion-dollar risks and exposing invaluable personal data. Estimates from around the globe show data breaches are up nearly 50 percent,1 and a study done for McAfee in 2014 by the Center for Strategic and International Studies estimated the global economic cost of these breaches at more than $445 billion.2 Organizations are working to both increase security awareness and build or improve cybersecurity functions to protect their organization’s intellectual property, confidential information, and employee, customer, and contractor data. They should also be aligning their organization culture and talent to protect their company’s and employees’ information assets.

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