Human resources operations used to be centered around compliance and risk management. However, the future of work is on its way, and it calls for a different approach.
As humans, stories are rooted deep in our lives. It all began in childhood, when we learned about right and wrong and heroes and villains from Mother Goose and the fairytales.
Organizations are looking for strategic growth opportunities, and the companies that thrive are engaging and retaining their talent pool through effective onboarding and training.
Evalueserve, a global leader in analytics consulting today announced their global partnership with HR-tech startup, inFeedo, which works with global giants ranging from Puma to PepsiCo.
HR Studio Group launched HR 1:1, which provides one-to-one mentoring or coaching for an employee responsible for an organization’s HR function and provides answers to questions, guidance, HR templates, best practices and compliance assistance.
Depending on your organization and its opinion of human resources (HR) and learning and development (L&D), you either enjoy a strong partnership with the business or are perceived, at best, as an operational and slick processing function.
As a company grows, it is essential to find the right people to help. But be warned: Scaling a company is one of the hardest tasks for any business. The human resources (HR) team needs to be prepared to do its best recruiting and hiring.
Enspira, an innovative Human Resources (HR) consulting firm fueled by hundreds of years of collective, diverse and cross-industry experience, today announced it is changing its name from Thrive to Enspira and expanding capabilities.