Reskilling and Upskilling Your Workforce for the Post-Covid-19 Era

Excerpted from The SHRM Blog By Fernando Ortiz-Barbachano As employees return to the new normal, employers face tough choices regarding shortcomings in skills and knowledge that were laid bare by the forced telecommuting following the pandemic shutdown. A 2018 Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development study found that 50 percent of jobs ran the risk […]

Making sense of it all: How technology is shaping HR

Excerpted from The SHRM Blog By Mary Kaylor, SHRM-CP Richard Branson is famous for the quote, “Train people well enough so they can leave. Treat them well enough so they don’t want to.” This belief in the value of caring for employees was a prominent theme running through all the sessions at the 2019 Human […]

7 Ways to be an Effective Leader — Even if it’s Not Your Job Yet

Excerpted from Lexology By Elizabeth A. Colombo “Management is doing things right; leadership is doing the right things.” – Peter Drucker A common misconception about leadership is that you must be a member of the C-suite or have another executive level title to be considered a leader. However, by exhibiting certain traits and cultivating specific […]

Mr. Roboto

Excerpted from The SHRM Blog By John Baldino For the past few years, the topic of the future of work has continued to stir enthusiasm, fear and opinion within the business community. Most times, when the future of work is discussed, visions of Rosie dance in our heads. You know, Rosie from The Jetsons. We […]