Trending topics. Live video. Chatbots. Streaming entertainment. Augmented reality. Social media activism. Our world keeps changing faster, which means we are constantly adapting to new realities. How can organizations compete for the attention of their employees in a click-bait society? Not by fighting the changes, but by embracing them. Start by considering these six key communications shifts happening across organizations.
Posted by Denise Moulton on July 17, 2018.
Half of today’s employees are searching for new jobs or browsing job postings.1 But they aren’t necessarily looking for a raise or even a promotion. Instead, workers want new skills, capabilities, and responsibilities that may not be available in their current roles. In other words, they want to better themselves.
Posted by Janet Clarey on June 6, 2018.
Cerner, a healthcare IT company headquartered in North Kansas City, Missouri, incorporates innovation into the very fabric of its employee experience by merging the power of infrastructure with a philosophy of total employee happiness.
Part 3 of 5
Crafting the employee experience: An ongoing series
As our Simply Irresistible Organization™ model shows (see below), there are five essential elements of employee engagement success: meaningful work, supportive management, positive work environment, growth opportunity, and trust in leadership. In this article (the third of five, you can read the first two here), we’ll discuss the issue of a positive work environment.
Posted by Bersin insights on April 6, 2018.
The definition of talent is changing in today’s workplace, contributing to a tumultuous shift in how HR professionals manage their talent. This disruptive environment is forcing leaders all over the world to readjust their settings when it comes to attracting and nurturing talent in their organizations.
Continue reading “Insights from IMPACT 2018: What Is Talent?”
Posted by Bersin insights on April 5, 2018.
From text analysis that uncovers cultural issues to technologies that “understand” interactions with help desks, the hope is that cognitive tools can elevate the performance of HR, and, ultimately, improve the employee experience.
Continue reading “Insights from IMPACT 2018: Tools and Technologies to Know”
Common goals for organizations that want to better respond to change, drive innovation, and position themselves for the future of work often include using more modern technologies to become more agile. Cultivating a culture that enables, supports, and contributes to these goals is a key success factor, one that technology itself is helping them achieve.
Posted by Jeff Mike on February 7, 2018.
Our research has confirmed that designing the organization of the future is a top challenge for business executives around the world.1 The dynamic nature of an increasingly digital economy and the expectations of data-empowered customers require businesses to operate with an unprecedented combination of precision and agility. As a result, many organizations are moving from “stick-and-box” thinking about organization structure to agile networks of multifunctional teams.
Often, point solutions don’t get to the core of the gender divide, even in one of the most innovative and progressive industries. What could it take to help create an environment that the new-age woman tech leader can thrive in?
Posted by Jeff Mike on January 17, 2018.
More than a clever turn of phrase, “treat your employees like you do your best customers” signals HR’s shift from managing processes to empowering employees and creating engaging environments in which they can thrive. And thanks to low unemployment rates and a strong economy, employees are now firmly in charge.