Category Archives: Leadership and Talent

Is it Bullying or is it Harassment? A Liability Either Way

Most human resources practitioners have heard the complaint, “I am being harassed,” and are trained to know what to do when it happens. Generally, it is up to HR or legal counsel to determine if the complaint is truly a … Continue reading →

Will the Worldwide Aging Population Wreak Havoc on Financial Institutions?

19% of the world’s population will be over 80 years old by 2050

I remember the time when the most important social policies concerned healthcare or education, but that is no longer the case. Retirement has now become the most pressing social concern for governments in recent years. The reason is simple: The … Continue reading →

Stop Talking About Compensation; Start Talking About Total Rewards

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In survey after survey, employers tell us that among their top concerns – if not their number one priority – is winning the war for talent. An issue of such strategic importance deserves a strategic response, and one way to … Continue reading →

Threats and Opportunities of Demographic Change: Asia

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The landscape for recruitment is changing far more dramatically than many employers realise. Adapting to the new dynamics will be essential for financial groups seeking not only to hire the best, but also to grow sustainably into new regions of … Continue reading →

Workplace Flexibility Works–For Workers and Employers

Most of us, at some point in our lives, have worked in organizations that are rigid and unyielding. You know the type: You enter by a specific time each and every day to buildings filled with acres of gray carpeting … Continue reading →

Millennials are Changing Your Workforce. Are You Adapting?

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No doubt about it — Millennials are a force to be reckoned with. Even if your current workforce includes a mix of Traditionals, Boomers and Gen X’ers, it’s the Millennials who will drive how you do business for years to … Continue reading →

Keeping Top Talent at the Top — and on Your Payroll

Organizations today must navigate numerous challenges with regard to changes in the economy, technology, demographics, compliance, and globalization … all while trying to reduce costs, grow profits, improve operations, and be more innovative. In a marketplace where talent is tight, … Continue reading →

The Implications of ‘ObamaCare’ for Your Expatriate Workforce

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We’ve all heard a lot about the United States healthcare reforms under the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act (PPACA), also known as ‘ObamaCare’, and its effect on the US domestic health insurance market. However are you aware of the … Continue reading →

EEOC 2014 Charge Statistics: Fewer Discrimination Charges, but Risks Remain High

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The US Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC) released its Fiscal Year 2014 Charge Statistics earlier this month. Not surprisingly, the total number of charges filed were down nearly 5,000 from fiscal year 2013. However, retaliation charges hit an all-time high … Continue reading →

The New Key Executive: HR Director

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CEOs and finance executives are challenged with a number of different priorities in 2015. With the fast-paced ever-changing global and technological environment employers are working in today, the C suite is developing a deeper rapport within their organizations’ different department … Continue reading →