Internships: An employer’s booster. By Stephanie Pougnet, PhD., Professor of Management at Ecole Hôtelière de Lausanne (EHL) In such a labor intensive sector as our hospitality industry, performance depends on human capital.
The Future of HR? It’s Getting Back Into the People Business. I often get asked what are the big trends I see today in HR, and I found myself getting asked that question a lot at the 65th SHRM Annual Conference & Exhibition in Chicago.
So, I’ll tell you what I told all of them. Here are three big trends I’m seeing right now: There is a non-stop push for more rules and regulations coming out of Washington from all manner of federal agencies and departments — NLRB, EEOC, Department of Labor, OSHA, and others. This is largely due to the activist nature of the current administration, and, the complete and total abdication by Congress to do anything except argue, bicker, and play politics. Talent Action Plan 2016: Removing the barriers to success. In 2014, the Talent Action Plan was published, setting out measures to remove the barriers preventing talented people succeeding.
Today, we are providing an assessment of our progress to date and priorities for the year ahead. There has been significant progress, laying down firm foundations to ensure we become the most inclusive Civil Service in the world. But we know there is more to do. This update sets out ‘Our Social Mobility Plan’, responding to the challenges identified in the Bridge Group report published earlier this year. This research has provided a springboard for an ambitious programme of work across the whole Civil Service. Name-blind recruitment for NHS and civil service by 2020. Cabinet Office minister Matthew Hancock: "Public services need to reflect the country that they serve.
" Photo: REX Shutterstock The announcement by the Cabinet Office follows David Cameron’s pledge at October’s Conservative party conference to remove bias in recruitment and ensure that jobs are awarded on merit alone, in a bid to remove inequality across the public sector. Cabinet office minister Matthew Hancock also announced a new “inequality index”, which will publish the ratio between the salaries of the averagely paid and the highest paid employees in the public sector. Other measures announced included: Talent Search: EBSCOhost. RECRUITMENT JOB ACTIVITY: EBSCOhost. 5 Big Recruiting Trends: EBSCOhost. Untitled. RECRUITMENT PARADISE FROM THE DASHBOARD LIGHT: EBSCOhost. Deloitte – Gamified video for recruitment. Gamifying Recruitment, Selection, Training, and Performance Management: Game-Thinking in Human Resource Management: Media and Communication IS&T Book Chapter. Game-thinking is beginning to appear in a wide variety of non-game contexts, including organizational support settings like human resource management (HRM).
The purpose of this chapter is two-fold: 1) to explore the opportunities for game-thinking via gamification and serious games in HRM based on current and previous HRM literature and 2) to identify future research areas at the intersection of game-thinking and HRM. Prevailing HRM theories will be applied to the use of game-thinking in different sub-fields of HRM, including recruitment, selection, training, and performance management.
Game-thinking is beginning to appear in a wide variety of non-game contexts. Game-thinking has been described as an umbrella term encompassing gamification, serious games, game-inspired design, and play that can be used to solve some sort of problem (Marczewski, 2014). Gamified recruitment - Gamification Nation. Shaker Brings Pre-Employment Assessment Technology to SHRM Talent Management Conference. CLEVELAND, OH--(Marketwired - Apr 5, 2016) - WHO: Shaker, the market leader in engaging realistic job previews and custom simulations for pre-employment testing WHAT: Will spotlight its renowned Virtual Job Tryout® technology at the SHRM 2016 Talent Management Conference & Exposition WHEN: Monday, April 18 - Wednesday, April 20, 2016 WHERE: Walt Disney World Swan and Dolphin Resort 1500 Epcot Resorts Blvd.
Orlando, Fla. Shaker will exhibit at Booth No. 219 DETAILS: As any HR professional knows, hiring the right candidate for the job is easier said than done. The Talent You’re Looking For Doesn’t Have A Resume. A slow but steady revolution is occurring in the world of learning.
If you have a child between the ages of 5 and 18 living at home, you’re probably seeing it unfold every day. Want to confirm you got your math problem correct? Just ask Siri. Need to understand how weather balloons work for a science project? Check out The Weather Channel Kids Web site. “Getting the Right People on the Bus”: Recruitment, selection and integrati...: EBSCOhost. Use Behavioral Interview Questions With Executive Hiring. Get past executive-speak by using behavioral interview questions.
Let’s face it: executives speak in subtleties, just the type of situation that is perfect for behavioral interviewing. In a recent assignment, I was asked to interview CFO candidates for a small startup in Silicon Valley. Having spent my entire career in human resources and not being a finance professional, at first, this appeared to be a somewhat daunting task. I began thinking of the most insightful and penetrating interview questions I could come up with that would be better than the old standby, “Tell me about yourself.” Building My Behavioral Interview Questions The new CFO has some huge challenges in taking over this role, and those challenges seemed like a good place to start building my interview questions.
The successful candidate will be taking over the finances of a fast-growing company. How to Find the Perfect Worker. Top Talent Trends in 2016: EBSCOhost. GOING SOFT ON TALENT: EBSCOhost. Hiring Millennials? My Insider Tips on What Works. A slow but steady revolution is occurring in the world of learning.
If you have a child between the ages of 5 and 18 living at home, you’re probably seeing it unfold every day. Want to confirm you got your math problem correct?