Gone are the days of sleeping off a bout of illness in bed! Figures released by the Office for National Statistics suggest that a sniffle and a sore throat won’t get in the way of work for most Brits, and revealthat the average number of sick leave days
Chief Human Resources Manager (CHRM)
Human-resources managers often devise organizational structures, develop codes of conduct and set guidelines for organizational behavior. Those measures are certainly beneficial in that they orient the behavior of individuals within the organization towards achieving organizational objectives.
As technology continuously ramps up its advances, more people can feel the demands of being constantly connected: that nagging feeling that the next email is right around the corner, or that the next incoming phone call could bring the next crisis needing urgent attention.
Social and Collaborative Working Practices Are Putting Human Resources at the Heart of Digital Transformation
The digital revolution is something that each and every big companies’ CEO or board member will tell you is the priority not to be missed for the future welfare of his or her company.
Changing the working organization, identifying new talent, reinforcing commitment, sharing a corporate culture and enhancing the employee experience were the key challenges to Human Resources (HR) at the dawn of 2017.
In the United Kingdom, the switch from a defined-benefit (DB) pension system to a defined-contribution (DC) system is effective in the private sector.
During the three-month period ending in March, Alibaba’s net-income group share was 10.65 billion yuan (US$1.55 billion), a 98-percent jump over one year. The group’s total revenue was $5.59 billion. Revenue from Alibaba’s core business, retail, amounted to $4.59 billion, while entertainment revenue was $571 million.
Among the hardest human-resource management tasks are identifying and recruiting the best talent to meet specific tasks within an organization. The rapidly changing workforce and working environment have made it hard for the human-resources team to make unbiased decisions when identifying the best personnel for their firm.
Founded by Larry Page and Sergey Brin in 1998 when they were PhD students at Stanford University, Google has grown into a company with yearly revenues of more than $74 billion and an income before tax of $19.65 billion.