Tag: trends

4 Recruiting Trends to Watch in 2016

The fifth edition of the LinkedIn Global Recruiting Trends report surveyed over 4,000 talent acquisition professionals from 40 countries, in order to get a handle on their top priorities, the potential challenges they’ll face and opportunities they see arising in 2016.

Required Reading for HR: Internet Trends 2015

Really. I’m not kidding. You may think from the title that Internet Trends 2015 is a report that has nothing to do with Human Resources. You couldn’t be more wrong. It’s ALL about HR. And how nearly everything about business, work and the employer/employee relationship is changing because of what the internet enables.

The Top Tech Trends in Employee Engagement

A quick disclaimer before I move on: I work for an employee engagement company named TINYpulse. But while I'd be excited to tell you all about our product, I'll keep that to a minimum. In this article I've selected tools from across the employee …

Six Surprising Human Resources Trends

KANSAS CITY, Mo., March 4, 2015 /PRNewswire/ — Lockton Companies recently published its second report on human resources (HR) trends, The Lockton Survey Report. Survey results include responses from 184 HR executives and professionals from …

Job Hopper? Employers More Accepting, Survey Says

If you’re a job hopper, you may have been a bit worried about marketing yourself to prospective employers. Will they judge the fact that you’ve changed gigs every few years or maybe even every few months? Will you have to explain yet again why you have such a diverse resume of experiences only …

HR’s ten year journey in summary

10 trends of the past decade in the wonderful world of HR. 1. Millennials are on the March A generation of employees who were pampered by their baby boomer parents has taken the workplace by storm. Not only is your workplace trying to absorb these offspring, but also deal with helping three generations of workers happily co-exist and work as a team. The economic…

The Best U.S. Cities For Working Women

Somehow, equal pay for women is still an issue; legislation is being passed as I write this to ease the gender pay gap. But the problem isn’t equal. For the 49.3% of U.S. workers that are women, certain cities and metro areas are far more likely than others to yield a fair work environment.