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HR is Taking a More Human-Centered Approach in 2018

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via HRDIVE: Dive Brief: HR leaders are adopting more human-centered approaches to resolve culture, recruitment and retention issues, according to a new report from the Society for Human Resource Management (SHRM) and Globoforce. The report polled 738 HR leaders. The “2018 SHRM/Globoforce Employee Recognition Report” found that 89% of HR …

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All The Big Trends for HR Transformation in 2018

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via Human Resource Online: With the new year comes new transformations. According to KPMG’s HR Transformation Survey, 50% felt that intelligent automation will drive significant changes for the business and believed process automation will have a notable impact on the HR operating model. Surveying 887 executives from 48 countries, the survey …

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Human Resource Professionals Say, Focus On Soft Skills During Hiring Process

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via The Gazette : CEDAR RAPIDS — In a world of ever changing industry and technology, companies are refocusing new employee hires based on qualities other than solely skills or a degree. Human resources consultants and recruiters from around the Cedar Rapids say they’ve seen a shift in area companies’ hiring …

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The Future Of Work: HR Hackathons Improve The Candidate And Employee Experience

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via Forbes : The rate and pace of digital transformation is impacting all business functions. HR is at the center of this as digital disruption and is inventing new ways to recruit and engage talent. Marty Libbert, executive vice president of global technology and operations, MetLife says his company’s emphasis on …

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How Should HR React to a Sexual Harassment Complaint?

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via HRD : It’s difficult to give specific advice relating to sexual harassment complaints because there are particular facts applying to each situation, according to Renae Harding, Partner at Jackson McDonald. Harding’s first and foremost recommendation is for HR professionals to take the complaint or the allegation seriously. This means that …

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