An effective corporate environment programme should be measurable and aligned to the organisation - its vision, business goals and preferably a part of their operations, and also must surmount the challenge of ensuring that everyone is on the same page, says Randy Goh, regional vice president, Asia at OpenText.
Work Without Jobs: Ravin Jesuthasan on why it is time for organisations to reboot their work operating system
Futurist and global thought leader from Mercer Ravin Jesuthasan proposes a new way of looking at work that deconstructs jobs into their component parts, deploys these parts to the optimal combinations of talent and automation and connects talent to work more seamlessly to make the most of the skills and abilities of individual workers.
DEIB must be central to every decision made, every opportunity offered, and every project completed: Degreed’s Susie Lee
‘Our BRGs are thriving grassroots communities which have spearheaded cultural and educational initiatives for our people to share their experiences and have sparked meaningful discussion around DEIB,’ shared Susie Lee, SVP, Global business transformation and DEIB, Degreed.
The two years of disruption not only expanded HR’s business influence but also led to a renewed focus on employees. So, what happens next, and what should HR prepare for?