If this is the case then how should we start to define a “better” opportunity? The evidence points to one main thing. Cold, hard, cash!
Oxford University estimates that by the same year, nearly half of all U.S. jobs will be at high risk of being lost to computers, with an additional 20% facing medium risk.
Businesses should learn from their Millennial experience, start a conversation and build trust with the Generation Z demographic now. Otherwise, they risk becoming irrelevant in the future.
Is the CV perfect? Definitely not. However, we should consider not only what the viable alternatives are, but whether we have really optimised the value that a CV can bring.
In many ways, the lack of leadership that leads to a lack of development is a self-fulfilling prophecy.
The World Health organization makes it clear that there are significant benefits from an improvement in workforce health. Whilst investments in workforce health might instinctively seem to benefit employees the most, in fact the benefits are split between the employees and the organization. Having established that increasing workforce health is a mutually beneficial...
In many ways, Conor McGregor and the UFC have the perfect Employer-Employee relationship.
If we imagine that in an ideal world we want to be recruiting talented individuals who perform well over time, what can companies to do to increase the probability that this happens?