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Four key takeaways from the 2018 HR Tech Conference

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Technology continues to revolutionize the way we access information and work. New tools are not only making HR more efficient, but also more effective. And they can significantly impact the way we hire, retain and engage employees. And they’re not … Continue reading →

Beyond the mission statement: Increasing inclusion and diversity in the Asia Pacific region

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There’s no standard definition or one-size-fits-all solution when it comes to inclusion and diversity (I&D). Yet increasingly, companies are realizing that having a culture that’s both inclusive and diverse is no longer a “nice to have” but a key differentiator … Continue reading →

6 tips for using social media for employee benefits

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Despite recent media scrutiny of social networking sites over privacy concerns, social media remains one of the most effective channels for reaching employees and building trust. You may already be using social media to engage employees in other areas, so … Continue reading →

Human Restored: 3 steps to rehumanizing work through technology

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“The future belongs to a very different kind of person with a very different kind of mind — creators and empathizers, pattern recognizers and meaning makers. These…big picture thinkers will now reap society’s richest rewards and share its greatest joys.” … Continue reading →

8 key takeaways from Willis Towers Watson’s HR Software and Solutions Conference

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The world of work and talent is changing rapidly, driven by generational shifts, skills shortages, digital transformation and a host of other market forces. And it’s because of these changes that HR professionals are in a key position to help … Continue reading →

Want to create a better employee experience? Understand and embrace the complexity

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Employee experience offers a way for organizations to drive success by connecting with their people on an emotional level in moments that matter. But how can organizations enhance the employee experience in an increasingly fragmented world? The artist Paul Cezanne … Continue reading →

How can the employee experience help organizations embrace change? (Part 2 in series)

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“You can never step into the same river; for new waters are always flowing on you. No man ever steps into the same river twice, for it’s not the same river and he is not the same man.” — Heraclitus … Continue reading →

Why meaning and purpose should be central to the employee experience (Part 1 in series)

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Increasingly we’re seeing it’s not enough to do a good sales job promoting the employer brand to current and prospective employees. Employees can now evaluate employers more on their own terms and not just on the image that employers want … Continue reading →

Top 5 human resources priorities for 2018

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As we take stock and reflect on HR trends from 2017, we’re reminded of the exciting developments around automation, artificial intelligence, diversity, gender parity and contractual talent. We’ve also seen previously “radical” concepts such as flexibility, personalization and transparency become … Continue reading →

How to use your HR portal to personalize the employee experience

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Have you ever received a personalized gift? One that has your monogram? This means someone put a lot of time and thought into giving you something you’d really like — and even went a step further by putting your name … Continue reading →