IT professional services firm Traction on Demand keeps talent turnover below 5% by making sure employees are at least 72% happy in their work
The war for tech talent is only set to escalate over the next few years, but it is often difficult and pricey to find new skills. So how can you best go about ensuring that you keep hold of the people you’ve got? Cath Everett investigates.
While the tech industry promotes diversity and globalization, politics has been moving in the opposite direction. Inclusion must reach the left-behind too.
The UK version of Deloitte's CIO survey is a revealing look at CIOs in transition - and the talent issues holding them back. Here's my critical review.
SAP takes a stand on workplace diversity and inclusion, arguing that enterprises who do likewise can beat the talent shortage and build business growth
In this edition: HR needs to get out more if it wants to transform. Plus a deeper look at AI and it's bigger danger - humans. More future of work debates, with a talent platform twist. AWS ups its enterprise game, and I pick on a wet noodle apology.
Too big to chew? Logistics firm DP DHL takes a “slicing the elephant” approach to global talent management roll-out.
A Trump presidency presents many uncertainties but would appear to propel business towards greater consideration of talent marketplaces. How does this work? Den explains.
Can culture help insulate business from commoditization or is the future of work tied to relentless commoditization. Culture is certainly an important component.
Visier has built out an impressive analytics suite amines at better understanding talent acquisition. Here's my take.
Sometimes PR pitches gone wrong turn right. This one did. A chat on AI recruiting trends turned into a provocative discussion on machine learning ethics. CEO Shon Burton made his case for how HiringSolved helps to recruit diverse candidates - but he didn't duck the difficult AI issues.
Smashfly put on heard some of the best customer speakers I’ve heard at any ERP or HR user conference. Here's what's on offer.
Two years ago, car maker Jaguar Land Rover set out to standardize its HR in the cloud. Here's what it learned about converging processes, data and teams