Workology is proud to host the November edition of the Carnival of HR. Our topic is 2020 HR Trends. Find posts on how 2020 HR trends are impacting the workplace, be it in recruiting and hiring, training, payroll/compensation, or inspiration for change.
HR Carnival: 2020 HR Trends
“We overestimate what the future will hold in the next year and underestimate what the future will hold in 10 years.” So what should be top of mind for HR and Talent professionals? Robin Schooling, Talent Advisor & People Strategy Leader walks us through her predictions for 2020 and beyond.
A quick disclaimer – this is not an FOT sponsored program. Mark Fogel, best known for his HR with an Attitude is spilling who takes the cake for the Best/Worst company awards for 2020.
Udemy’s new 2020 Workplace Learning Trends Report: The Skills of the Future features the hottest tech & soft skills based on what 40+ million people are learning on Udemy. The report also includes the top 10 skills by industry/role, global country benchmarking and 5 innovative ways learning & development leaders are preparing their workforce for the future.
Executive coaching can have many benefits for your business, including improved self-awareness, enhanced employee morale, and even better self-regulation. Alexey Etcheverry walks us through three benefits of hiring an executive coach.
Highlighting the Embarc conference, Wendy Dailey shares her thoughts on Bryan’s opening session. She explains that we don’t only show the good, but we share our harsh truths. We want people to choose us because of our harsh reality, not in spite of it. We want people who will take on our harsh reality and embrace it.
Myth-Buster: If you are an employer or an employee, you have probably heard that the general rule of thumb when it comes to entitlement to notice upon termination is one month per year of service. Is that really true? What does the law have to say? This recent case is a great example.
This blog focuses on the miscommunications that can take place in richly diverse workplaces, examples of some, and then how to combat them.
Diversity, inclusion, and equity. Open conversation among people. Different, opinionated, passionate, vivacious people.