Diverse talent is critically important because different people hold different perspectives and, therefore, will approach tasks and solve problems differently. We need to diversify the talent pool in a variety of ways—not by over-simplifying demographic breakdown into skin tone, race, and ethnicity, but rather by recognizing differences in financial status and lifestyle.
Article by 27 August 2023
Coherent communication with employees during a crisis is essential to effective incident response. As such, HR’s role in crisis management should focus on swift and clear team conversations.
Article by 18 August 2023
A troubling study revealed the classic password “password” reigns supreme for HR departments. Without changes, this habit can lead to information theft and cybersecurity breaches. The news is a reminder to brush up on best password practices to increase cybersecurity hygiene in these departments with highly sensitive information.
Article by 12 June 2023
HR departments will need to ensure their colleague policies (Disciplinaries for example) reflect the Duty requirements. They will need to record any breaches of the Duty, what action was taken, and be able to report on this if required
Article by 18 May 2023
ChatGPT offers productivity and efficiency benefits for HR teams and recruitment processes, from tackling administrative duties to making onboarding easier for new hires. If you’re unsure where to begin in integrating AI into your processes, this article will give you some inspiration on where to start.
Article by 6 April 2023
Investors and venture capitalists have significantly increased funding in the human resources (HR) technology market in recent years. To fully leverage the potential of these technologies, it is necessary to inform them with psychological insights and guide HR management with scientific methods. This article delves into the intersection of technology and science in the field of HR and demonstrates how integrating them can enhance organizational performance.
Article by 15 February 2023
Predictive analytics is a form of data analysis that uses statistics and machine learning to predict future trends, behaviors, and outcomes. Predictive analytics allows HR professionals to make sense of growing amounts of employees and market data to identify potential challenges associated with employee recruitment, retention, performance management, and other key areas of HR management. Importantly, predictive analytics-based tools are much less biased about a candidate’s competencies and make decisions solely on quantifiable information.
Article by 14 December 2022
In our digital age, data has never been more important to the effective practice of HR. Practitioners require the insights yielded by advanced data analytics to better meet the needs of the company and make decisions that are aligned to business strategy.
Business leaders, meanwhile, use data to assess the value of HR and measure the effectiveness of key programmes. The use of data analytics is no longer a nice-to-have, but something that is business critical. The only question that remains is how best to integrate data and insights to drive next-level outcomes.
Article by 23 November 2022
find out how AI has improved the efficiency of the hiring process, resulting in better outcomes than conventional job posting sites.
Article by 12 October 2022
The recent Black Lives Matter movement has raised the focus on diversity & equality back into the radar. The commitment ... View Article
Article by 22 September 2020