As recognition of the importance of human resources grows, is HR taking on too much?
Whether learning and development should reside within human resources or alongside as its own empowered business unit remains a contentious issue
Engagement initiatives too often try to encapsulate ever-changing trends that promise the earth, as companies boast about progressive ways of working for public relations purposes or “about us” pages. But what happens when the idea doesn’t quite live up to reality? Here are some revealing case studies
Caring for workplace wellness is more important than some leaders think, and so is the indirect impact it can have on the bottom line
Employee recognition is the secret ingredient to successful engagement, but it is difficult to master
From teambuilding to training, internal events have considerable business benefits to both the bottom line and culture. Events that fit with a company’s culture and values can deliver tenfold. But it’s a fine balance between getting it right and forced fun
Business leaders are wrestling with how to integrate formal and informal learning spaces at work to nurture a necessary upskilling culture
Sophisticated artificial intelligence and machine-learning tools are helping businesses remove bias and improve talent acquisition, but there are limitations to its success