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Trying to Keep Talent in the Fold? It’s Time to Think Big Picture

When it comes to keeping talent of various workplace generations from jumping ship in today’s turbulent times, “show me the money” is far from the only thing employees are thinking, according to a new survey…

Top 100 HR Influencers of 2022

Human Resources is a growing field that is beginning to expand and inspire change across a facet of companies and job-types. Engagedly is excited to announce its sixth annual list of Top 100 HR Influencers.

CHROs Seek Multiple Ways to Reduce Turnover

Coping with the “Great Re-Evaluation,” the moniker given to areas of the labor market where employees re-evaluate when, where and even why they work, is among the biggest challenges facing HR leaders today, according to the new report, “The Global CHRO of the Future.”

The Pandemic Pushes the ‘Reset’ Button for CHROs

Now more than ever, this key role is a function of the C-suite, however, this HR leader is challenged with stemming the tide of resignations.

Swapping Skills for Jobs is Too Little, Too Late

To achieve the agility of work, the skills alone focus will be helpful but by far not sufficient. A more holistic approach, including rearranging traditional social hierarchies is called for.

CHROs Grapple With the “Great Re-Evaluation”

The “Great Re-Evaluation” where employees are re-evaluating when, where and even why they work, is among the biggest challenges facing HR leaders today, according to “The Global CHRO of the Future research”, a new Executive Networks survey of Chief Human Resource Officers (CHROs) at Global 1000 organizations.

meQuilibrium and Executive Networks Release New Report on Trends Driving Successful Hybrid Work

A third of employees (32%) prefer the hybrid environment but nearly half (43%) believe in-person work is best for their career advancement. That’s according to a new survey of 912 full-time U.S. workers, “The New Hybrid Workplace, Built on Resilience, Transparency, and Trust,” co-authored by Jan Bruce (meQuilibrium) and Jeanne Meister (Executive Networks).

Executive Networks acquires Future Workplace

Executive Networks is pleased to announce that on September 30, 2021, they successfully acquired globally recognized, Future Workplace, a learning, research, and membership network firm that helps HR leaders expand their skills, stay ahead of trends, navigate challenges, and manage the future workplace as they benefit from their peer network.

HR Strategy & Planning Excellence: September 2022 (HR.com)

Eight in 10 global organisations (83%) are facing a significant talent retention problem, and 50% of those respondents said their retention problems are limited to high-demand roles.

Employees re-evaluating when and where they work is among the biggest challenges facing HR leaders: Study (People Matters Global)

Eight in 10 global organisations (83%) are facing a significant talent retention problem, and 50% of those respondents said their retention problems are limited to high-demand roles.

Will Remote Work Undermine Diversity Efforts? (SHRM)

Many women and people of color prefer working from home. But at what cost?

Survey: Stigma around remote, hybrid work persists despite workplace changes (Boston Business Journal)

A survey of nearly 1,000 people finds employees at all levels of organizations prefer hybrid work, but many still perceive in-person work as key to career advancement.

Promotions: Are remote employees more likely to be passed over? (HR Morning)

While 32% of employees surveyed prefer the hybrid work environment, 43% believe that if they want to advance their career, they need to work in the office. At least that’s what the study “The New Hybrid Workplace, Built on Resilience, Transparency, and Trust” found.

Career Conundrum: Hybrid Vs. In-Person Work (Facility Executive)

A new survey reveals a third of employees prefer a hybrid work environment, but many feel in-person work is better for career advancement.

meQuilibrium, Executive Networks Release Report Hybrid Work (Remote Work Solutions)

Despite embracing remote and hybrid work, employees fear being left behind in career advancement if they are not working onsite. A third of employees (32 percent) prefer the hybrid environment but nearly half (43 percent) believe in-person work is best for their career advancement.

Post-pandemic scheduling is hurting part-time workers’ financial and mental well-being

For the  majority of employees, new-found flexibility in the workplace has changed the game personally and professionally. But for hourly employees, the loss of structure is setting them up for failure.

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