Why should Employee Experience be part of your 2020 HR Budget?

Mark Levy and Volker Jacobs examine the business benefits that their clients have gained as a result of their Employee Experience investments. Looking at Employee Experience from almost each HR angle, and you will find a very compelling use case for EX management - a logical bridge can easily be built between the core ‘products’ of HR teams offered to the business and the management of employee experience. Mark and Volker explore whether employee experience is the umbrella under which HR practitioners of the world shall unite?

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Is HR Ready for the Future of Work?

In a research study conducted by Florian Fleischmann, Maximilian Tallgauer & Prof. Dr. Marion Festing, more than 120,000 HR job postings from nine countries have been leveraged to evaluate how HR departments are adapting to the changing business environment. The results reveal a lot about the challenges HR should address to lead the digital transformation.

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The Best HR and People Analytics Articles of July 2019

In his monthly round-up of data-driven HR articles for July, David features a selection of data infused articles covering topics such as Employee Experience, Organisational Network Analysis, Workforce Planning and People Analytics. There’s a special on how data and technology is helping drive initiatives in Diversity and Inclusion. Featured authors include John Boudreau, Lexy Martin, Dave Ulrich, Littal Shemar Haim and the article of the month by Joe Freed.

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Why you can’t afford to NOT do Strategic Workforce Planning

Continuing on from her last great article, which details the plight of Strategic Workforce Planning, Alicia Roach puts forward a compelling case for why its imperative that organisations invest in building a solid strategic workforce plan that is not only aligned to their business strategy but underpins it. She examines some of the core elements that need to considered when driving a culture of strategic workforce planning throughout the organisation, this extends beyond just technology to culture and leadership.

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How to Prepare for the Pitfalls in Employee Experience Transformation 

As Employee Experience continues to gain more traction and importance and becomes an ever increasing priority for Chief HR Officers, as a HR function we don’t have a clear plan on how to execute on it. The TI People along with 20 HR leaders from across the United States spent two days breaking down the ‘what’ and the ‘how’ of sustainable EX improvement and co-creating solutions to the pitfalls, they’ve seen unstick the best of intentions in EX.

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How Can You Use Technology to Support a Culture of Inclusion and Diversity?

The case for diversity and inclusion in the workplace is compelling – not just because it is the right thing to do, but because numerous studies suggest it can drive better business performance too. With advances in technology and the growth of people analytics, HR increasingly has the tools it needs to promote and embed diversity and inclusion initiatives, and perhaps most critically prove that it can be a significant driver of business performance. In David Green’s latest expert interview he speaks to Stacia Garr co-founder and principal analyst at RedThread Research about the exciting and insightful research they’ve been conducting in the D&I space.

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How Nestlé uses People Analytics to Measure Gender Pay Gap and Equity

In this video clip and transcript from this week’s Digital HR Leaders podcast, Jordan Pettman and David Green discuss how Nestlé is using people analytics to understand and measure gender pay gap and equity. Jordan gives some great examples of how Nestlé has built a model to understand pay and to enable members of the broader HR community to self-serve the analytics and insights themselves. If you’re interested in learning more about the People Analytics journey at Nestlé, then I urge you to watch this video/read this blog with Jordan.

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How can you Measure Organisational Culture?

The culture of an organisation can have a huge impact on employee morale, the profitability of a company, and recruiting efforts. Having a good company culture can inspire employees to be more positive and productive at work while improving retention rates. But the question arises as to how you measure company culture? This blog examines the difference in organisational culture and climate and the various ways you might go about measuring your company culture.

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How is Vodafone Innovating in Learning and Development?

In this video clip and transcript from this week’s Digital HR Leaders podcast, Catalina Schveninger from Vodafone and I discuss the new world of learning and how Vodafone is innovating in the area of Learning and Development. Catalina gives some great examples of how Vodafone is understanding the skills that its employees needs to learn and personalising the learning experience for them. If you’re interested in learning more about new learning models and how a company like Vodafone is leading the way in this space, then I urge you I urge you to watch this video/read this blog with Catalina.

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How do you Measure Employee Experience?

In an exclusive interview, HRTechX speaks to David Green about the impact that organisational transformation is having on the HR function. One of the key points that David raises, focuses on the impact that the 4th industrial revolution is having on organisational transformation. In a world where organisations are having to reinvent themselves constantly, it is essential that HR is able to understand and measure employee experience. In this article, we examine how to go about measuring employee and manager perceptions of HR.

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