Like most of us, my first exposure to the day-to-day operations of a business came from working part-time as a teenager. I was flipping pizzas at the local shop and, thinking back on it, that was where my experience in workforce management really started. By Damien Chambers.
HR will be the ‘rulemakers’ for augmented people-decision making in the world of analytics, algorithms and machine learning, and a chief HR data scientist can provide the leadership, guidance, governance and credibility to ensure HR practitioners don’t inadvertently play god with people’s lives, writes Rob Scott.
Many organisations pay lip service to the importance of people, culture, and employee engagement, but very few can say they’re making investments in these areas a priority. While new digital technologies allow organisations to transform the way they attract, retain, and develop people, HR departments continue to suffer from a lack of investment in these tools. By Pranav Birla.
I’ve worked with a great variety of businesses at various stages of life cycle in my experience over the last 20+ years, and no matter who or where they are, one thing rings true: a robust payroll solution is a mission-critical function of any organisation. By Marita Mewett.
Over the last 15 years, I have seen many transformation projects succeed brilliantly and fail miserable too. As a change practitioner, it’s not just following a methodology, having an extensive toolkit or sending out great looking communications that will deliver a successful change program.