Building inclusive workplaces can be an excellent way for organizations to empower their employees equally and fairly. But, in reality, many companies don’t have completely inclusive workplaces yet.
As an HR intelligence technology, talent intelligence has taken over the world of HR tech architecture like a storm. From synchronizing talent acquisition, management, and development activities to creating agility, employee satisfaction, and retention, there is a lot that HR leaders and professionals like you can achieve via talent intelligence.
As per the iMocha-EY Tech Skills Transformation: Navigating the Future of Work Report, technology skills permeate every job role regardless of industry and function. In this blog, we will walk you through the top 47 skills required for performing different software development job roles, including application development, UI/UX designing, system administration, etc. So, why don’t we get right into it? Table of Content 1. Computer language-related skills 2. Web-development skills 3. Native app development skills 4. Back-end framework skills 5. API development skills 6. Data engineering skills 7. Container skills 8. CI/CD skills 9. UI/UX skills 10. Software architecture skills 11. Software testing skills
The rapid digital transformations have impacted the skill universe like a storm. As per the iMocha-EY Skills Transformation Report, 18% of the surveyed organizations believe they would have to revamp tech skills for a third of their talent base by 2025 to stay competitive. Because of these factors, skill complexity is increasing in different business functions. Through this blog, we will take you on a short journey examining the concept of skills complexity, its impact on organizations, and how your organization can prepare to navigate the future of work efficiently.
Employees are one of the most valuable assets of any organization as they can enhance business growth, productivity, organizational reputation, and so on. But, like any relationship, the employee-employer relationship is also a tricky water that involves a lot of give and take, commitment, trust, communication, and loyalty.
As an HR professional, following and keeping track of HR trends is vital. One of the best ways to initiate this is by following top people leaders who spread knowledge through different social media platforms. This article will walk you through 27 top HR thought leaders, including talent acquisition, development, and management leaders. So, let's get right into it.
Indeed, the world of HR has stepped into a grey area with layoffs and hiring freezes caused primarily because of the mixed signals sent by an economic slowdown. Remember that our economy is cyclic, and such downtimes happen every 15 years. So, this isn’t a new phenomenon after all.
Talent strategy refers to a plan that organizations can create to hire, engage, retain, and develop their talent. As an HR professional, you can perform this process smoothly, especially by placing data at the center.
Employee Value Proposition, or EVP, is an integral component that can strengthen your HR’s talent acquisition and talent development wings equally. In simple terms, EVP stands for your company's offerings to its employees.
Employee engagement is crucial in improving a company's performance and growth. A recent Gallup survey found that 51% of employees are disengaged at work. In addition, the same report states that 13% of the workforce is actively disengaged.
Most of us would love to spend our leisure time curling up in our happy places doing something fun and relaxing. Some of us would prefer to engross ourselves with a movie or a book. Some others would love to binge-watch a show, and others would like to watch a documentary. This week, as you might have already guessed from the title, we will focus on top documentaries for HR professionals.