Embracing a neurodiverse talent pool is about more than equality and inclusion, it’s actually best for business
Future of HR 2019
As recognition of HR continues to grow, could be taking on too much? The Future of HR special report, published in The Times, examines how HR is shaping corporate purpose, different ways to analyse employee data without compromising trust, and the importance of journey mapping. It also explores why embracing a neurodiverse talent pool is best for your business and the need to tackle name bias head on. Finally, it features an infographic focusing on the evolving role of the CHRO and what their position is in the business.
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Companies that take a strategic approach to employee recognition and build a strong employer brand will be in the best position to attract, retain and unlock the finest talent
When it comes to the future of HR, it is time to see the unseen
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As organisations plan for a world where they don’t know what skills they’ll need, they must develop a talent strategy that embraces people with the behaviours to adapt to change
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