Month: January 2024

Talent acquisition leaders anticipate substantial and continuous change in their function throughout 2024, with skills-based recruitment, employer brand, and refining employee value proposition topping the list of priorities. Broadening the implementation of generative AI (GenAI) is expected to increase speed and efficiency and decrease costs in the long-term but will clearly require both significant focus
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In a heartwarming tale from Universal’s Islands of Adventure theme park in Florida, a 9-year-old boy with autism, Ralph Koppelman, had his day transformed by a real-life superhero, Jen Whelchel, a theme park employee. Why One Little Boy Broke Down in Public Ralph’s excitement was palpable as his family saved the Amazing Adventures of Spider-Man
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The time of disorganised, random meetings is just so over. Every single day, hours of company time and employee capacity are wasted by colleagues and managers sending calendar invites willy-nilly without an agenda, a set purpose, or, let’s be honest, even a title that tells you what the meeting is about. Well, if it isn’t
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“Within you, there is a stillness and a sanctuary to which you can retreat at any time and be yourself.” ~Hermann Hesse When I work with people who are suffering from anxiety, fear, grief, or other challenging issues, I like to take them through a simple exercise I call “The Noticing Exercise.” It’s my first
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Chief Human Resource Officers are responsible for a wide and increasingly complex range of people and business processes and outcomes. When the Institute for Corporate Productivity (i4cp) asked members of its Chief Human Resource Officers Board to identify their most pressing concerns for 2024, macroeconomic uncertainty (e.g., inflation, potential recession, supply chains, etc.) was cited
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Britain’s government will ban the sale of disposable vapes and limit their cornucopia of flavors to prevent children from becoming addicted to nicotine, officials said Monday. It also plans to stick to a contentious proposal to ban today’s young people from ever buying cigarettes. It is currently illegal to sell vapes or tobacco to children under 18 in the
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It’s 2024 and it’s look like some people still haven’t gotten the memo we need to be inclusive of every culture. What’s even more disappointing is when these “misunderstanding” people are the ones who are responsible for educating the future leaders of tomorrow! The internet was furious when one loving Korean mother, was schooled by
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