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Workday Rising 2022 - introducing a skills-based approach to talent at Merck and RBS This article is sponsored by:

There's a growing move in HR towards a skills-based approach to workforce talent. At Workday Rising this week, Merck and RBS discussed their first steps to harness skills.

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The Big Idea - how finance leaders are solving the talent problem This article is sponsored by: workday-logo-1 (1)

In the third article in this series from Workday exploring some of the biggest challenges facing today’s finance organizations, Terrance Wampler outlines how a modern experience is needed to support, attract and retain a high-performing team.

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If HR talked to employees…. This article is sponsored by:

Here’s a summary of what happens when employers and HR get ‘surprised’ and why this happens so frequently these days. It turns out there’s an underwhelming amount of listening to employees/jobseekers and too few executives with the time or skill to do it well. Here are some key points and to-dos.

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What I’d say to me back then – Corel CEO Christa Quarles on why you should never hide your true self This article is sponsored by:

The ‘accidental CEO’ explains why it’s her duty to represent and advocate for other women in tech

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Lessons to be learned for Learning & Development to tackle the skills crisis in the age of the Great Resignation This article is sponsored by:

The digital skills gap is a long-running saga, but all the more pertinent today in the changed work world of the Vaccine Economy. New data from The Josh Bersin Company prompts some fresh recommendations for all enterprise organizations.

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What I’d say to me back then – Brightcove CMO Jennifer Smith on never being afraid to put your ideas forward This article is sponsored by:

Working women don’t need to worry about being judged for having kids anymore, says Brightcove CMO Jennifer Smith in the latest of our 'What I’d say to me back then' series.

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The day of the digital nomad - why organizational implications accompany the 'anywhere worker' This article is sponsored by:

‘Anywhere workers’ have emerged as a new kind of digital nomad category. But while many employees are keen to give this kind of lifestyle choice a go, employers really do need to weigh up the risks.

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Transformation programs compress, but the enterprise IT spend holds up, says Accenture CEO Julie Sweet This article is sponsored by:

Accenture's being cautious about predicting the macro-economic climate for the coming months, but spend on transformation is holding up.

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What I’d say to me back then – ServiceMax’s Liz Carter on why it pays to be a risk-taker This article is sponsored by:

The tech sector has more opportunity than ever for women to build long-term careers, argues ServiceMax's Liz Carter.

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"This is our responsibility as an industry!" - Salesforce CMO Sarah Franklin on why the tech sector needs to step up on equality and inclusion This article is sponsored by:

Salesforce CMO Sarah Franklin has risen through the ranks over the past 14 years and is committed to breaking down equality barriers for the next generation.

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"People can't be what they can't see!" - Salesforce UKI CEO Zahra Bahrololoumi on leveling up representation This article is sponsored by:

The tech sector needs to broaden its recruitment net as part of its efforts to bridge the skills gap and boost inclusion. Salesforce UKI CEO Bahrololoumi can point to progress being made.

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