The 16 most effective interview questions to ask job applicants
The success of any organization is a direct result of its employees and their abilities to contribute.
Could AI help with workplace injury prevention?
EHS pros already manage large volumes of data on a daily basis, the National Safety Council said, and there may be ways they can deploy that information to mitigate workplace injury and death.
Third of HR professionals want to use ChatGPT at work, exclusive data reveals
A poll of People Management’s LinkedIn followers has found the sector is curious about adopting AI solutions
How to encourage engagement between employees and HR
People pros need to show employees that they care about their well-being.
HR trends from 2022 and what to expect in 2023
The year 2023 will witness the continuation of initiatives designed for employee engagement and retention.
8 of the most powerful words leaders can use
Choose your words carefully. And to make an even bigger impact, choose powerful words carefully in the workplace.
La diversité et l’inclusion, l’équité aussi!
«L'équité, ce n'est pas l'égalité», affirme Thiébaud Groner, Diversity, Equity & Inclusion Program Manager de Baxter pour l'Europe, le Moyen-Orient et l'Afrique. «Nous voulons donner les mêmes chances à tout le monde. Ici, ce qui compte, c'est l'impartialité dans...
How can hr boost employee engagement in 2023?
A new research report commissioned by global HR technology and employee engagement company Reward Gateway calls for HR managers to include practical, human-centred solutions in their core strategy for 2023 to boost engagement.
What does AI without bias look like?
Inequitable framing, biased data and human prejudice can be augmented by artificial intelligence. But can AI address bias and reduce it?
5 ways to help employees recover from failure
The goal of nearly every setback is to not let it happen again – yet, it often happens again. Unfortunately, we don’t recover from failure gracefully. Employees fail to get better. Projects miss goals. Managers fall short.
The ‘quiet quitting’ phenomenon created a monster. Here’s what HR should really be paying attention to.
Fast quitting, loud quitting, quiet firing…What do they all mean, and should you care?
Transforming your talent management demands new skills and a new way of thinking
With the shortage of available qualified job seekers to meet demand, companies arescrambling to find and hire the right talent before it’s snatched up by the competition.