Focusing on individual strengths and minimizing weaknesses is key to creating a thriving workplace for both neurodivergent and neurotypical employees.
Different experiences + different perspectives = better decision making - the neurodiversity HR equation
Why are people with autism, dyslexia and other alternative thinking styles largely ignored in the workplace? Firms like Auticon aren't making that mistake.
“Today is the slowest you’ll ever be in your lifetime" - HR futurology for the post-pandemic workplace
Uncertain times call for organizations to build the resilience, trust and courage to re-imagine new ways of working, argues futurist Terence Mauri.
HR guru Josh Bersin explains how the COVID-19 pandemic has impacted leadership, the way we work and HR’s role in the second part of an exclusive interview.
Veteran HR sector guru Josh Bersin discusses how the crisis has compelled HR to be more agile and creative than ever before. A case of be careful what you wish for?
A female tech CEO really shouldn't be something that stands out for comment, but there's work to do to challenge the male-dominated 'elite' status quo.
"I did not go into HR to be sitting by myself looking at myself on Zoom all day!" - the lowdown on lockdown from DocuSign's Chief People Officer
How Docusign is striving to keep a remote workforce engaged and supported under COVID-19 lockdown.
Understanding why and when employees plan to quit can lower costs and boost HR productivity. A use case from Merck KGaA makes the point.
When two heads are better than one - complementary leadership matters for succession planning, says Gartner
Leadership confidence is low, so it's time for some complementary thinking around HR.
Engaged employees tend to stay with the company longer - a key tenet of FIS's HR transformation program.
Bersin’s David Mallon discusses HR’s role in riding the turbulence of what could be a bumpy year in 2020.
HR analytics needs to escape HR if it’s to be truly useful.