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Research: Social Media Resources  10/28/2014

A quintet of resources from LinkedIn, Facebook, Bigdatalandscape and Jobvite to help staffing departments use social media more effectively.

Sometime in 2014, without a formal announcement, the era of collaborative HR arrived. What that meant was that corporate departments in charge of staffing  (recruiting plus workforce management) could no longer function effectively in isolation. They needed partners, and those partnerships couldn’t be occasional and symbolic, they had to be active, everyday collaborations...

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Global Human Capital Trends 2014  10/17/2014

HR Investments next  12-18 months

An analysis of the 12 human capital issues considered most critical to enterprise success by 2532 businesses and HR leaders in 94 countries. The study is linked to an interactive tool, the Human Capital Trends Dashboard, that allows readers to segment the survey data by industry, geography and company size.

The supply side of the talent management equation, labor markets, has been amply reviewed in recent years: demographic shifts, worker shortages and surpluses, generational differences, skills deficits, changing worker attitudes, and so forth. Deloitte’s report is a detailed analysis of the demand, or employer, side. Read More ►

 

Research: Global Talent 2021  10/8/2014

College-educated talent pool352 HR executives surveyed about the worldwide geography of talent, how it has begun transforming their human resource strategies, and what transformation projects are under way

Sometimes the value of a report lies in revelations of what we don’t know. Other times it lies in summaries of what we do. We know, for example, that trends in technology, globalization, labor demographics, customer needs and competition are forcing changes in how organizations view their workforces. We also know, at least at a high level, what those changes mean for human resources departments...

The macro-level, academic work in this area is not new but specific facts remain arresting:

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