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Transforming with an agile mindset: 3 ways to succeed in a world of rapid change

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Keeping ahead of change in business is a consistent priority among CEOs around the world. Yet the pace of change continues to increase exponentially. It takes constant attention, a vivid imagination and informed insights to imagine the ways work will … 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 →

The Future of Work – Do you have a legacy mindset? (Part 2 in a series)

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While there is a lot of talk about robots replacing workers and artificial intelligence (AI) replacing human intelligence, we believe the emergence of new definitions of “work” and “workers” brings immense opportunity for organizations. In a sense, it’s what HR … Continue reading →

With FLSA rules changed, should you pay your summer interns?

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In January, the U.S. Department of Labor (DOL) eliminated its six-factor test for determining whether workers should be classified as unpaid interns or employees entitled to compensation under the Fair Labor Standards Act (FLSA). In its place, DOL implemented a … Continue reading →

Ready for the next generation of HR service?

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Delivering HR services to employees is like an ambulance. Not something that you think about every day, but essential when you need it. And much like an ambulance, HR services need to be responsive and proactive. Too often they’re neither … 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 →

Shaping the future of talent, rewards and work

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“The best way to predict your future is to create it.” – Peter Drucker. It’s a provocative statement: instead of waiting for the future to arrive, take a role in shaping it. (After all, once it’s here, it’s no longer … Continue reading →

Want to turn an HR software implementation emergency into an opportunity? Consider the four A’s

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When your project suffers a last-minute loss of personnel, it can look like a project-ending crisis. But if you keep your head and ask four key questions, the team you end up with can be better than ever. It’s Friday. … Continue reading →

Are threats of artificial intelligence-driven ‘job apocalypse’ overstated?

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Much of the media narrative on Artificial Intelligence (AI) revolves around fear. Like something out of The Terminator movie franchise, intelligent machines and robots are portrayed as an existential threat to human kind. Now many fear that automation and AI … Continue reading →

The HR function of the future (Part 1 in series)

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The urgent call came on a Friday night. Our CHRO client learned the agenda for their company’s executive offsite that Monday had shifted from business as usual to how the organization would transform in light of automation. Each leader must … Continue reading →