WORKPLACE TRENDS #10: (RE) INVENTING HR

(RE) INVENTING HR For the first time since the great recession, incoming talent has the advantage, and employers have to be innovative in how they attract and retain employees. WORKPLACE TRENDS #10: (RE) INVENTING HR    Kirk Herring   HR Project Manager | Sr....

WORKPLACE TRENDS #9: WORKPLACE FLEXIBILITY

WORKPLACE FLEXIBILITY As we see baby boomers retiring in large numbers, the talent pool available to most employers will come from the over 80 million Millennials and Gen Z workers that are entering the workforce. WORKPLACE TRENDS #9: WORKPLACE FLEXIBILITY    Kirk...

WORKPLACE TRENDS #8: ENERGIZE YOUR WORKSPACE

ENERGIZE YOUR WORKSPACE More and more employees are working remotely and using the company office as a destination to collaborate and meet with fellow employees, rather than staying in an assigned location. WORKPLACE TRENDS #8: ENERGIZE YOUR WORKSPACE    Kirk Herring ...

WORKPLACE TRENDS #7: MILLENNIALS TAKE THE LEAD

MILLENNIALS TAKE THE LEAD With the departure of baby boomers we say goodbye to employees who stay 15 to 20 years with the same company, the good-ol-boy mentality, and the idea of corporate commitment for the sake of a good pension. WORKPLACE TRENDS #7: MILLENNIALS...