Mitsubishi UFG has employees in multiple locations with complex cross-border statutory requirements, different benefits and processes in existence. Learn how consolidation of their legacy HR systems made managing this simple, improved HR productivity and delivered a better employee experience.
SolarWinds has achieved tremendous growth through both organic and inorganic activity including 12 acquisitions over a three year period. With such a rapid increase in employee numbers, the company required a robust and scalable cloud HRMS to manage the entire workforce and provide better workforce visibility to management. This video explains why SolarWinds chose Fairsail's HRMS.
More and more federal employees are making the transition to life after government. Regardless of where you are in your career, it pays to plan carefully for this life-changing event. Join us for a discussion of benefits available to federal retirees, pitfalls to avoid and key tips for making the most of your retirement.
Technology company DADI decided to dispense with offices for good. Founding partner Chris Mair explains why he rejected bricks and mortar and how the company runs on an entirely distributed basis.
“We thought long and hard about the role of an office in the kind of company that we are and decided to give it a go without a permanent base.”
Flexible Boss editor Heather Greig-Smith asks Chris what lessons other organisations can learn from this approach, looking at the infrastructure, culture and effort needed to make remote working a business success.
This session will help organisations keen to embed flexibility and increase employee autonomy and engagement. Tips to help managers, departments and teams challenge the status quo - even if they want to keep their offices as well.
More and more companies are taking an international view, in order to try and insulate themselves against economic woes in individual countries and are opening offices in far flung climbs.
So with this in mind how should HR departments approach the task of making businesses more mobile? How should issues regarding ever changing legal and immigration rules be approached for example. And how should HR departments deal with the difficult task of assisting employees in relocating individuals and the more complex task of relocating families.
Souvent nous nous focalisons sur le problème, sans penser que celui-ci peut être une source d’énergie. Et si nous pouvions recycler le stress? Comment pouvons-nous l’exploiter pour en tirer un avantage ? En quoi le fait de connaitre notre type de personnalité nous donne des leviers au quotidien?
Lors de ce webinaire gratuit, Audrey Costalin, consultante formatrice d'OPP France, abordera la dynamique du stress au travers du MBTI, et expliquera comment optimiser le stress pour non seulement diminuer les tensions, mais aussi pour en faire un élément moteur du succès.
Il n'est pas nécessaire d'être certifié MBTI pour suivre ce wébinaire.
Join top ADP Sales Performers for a live Q&A discussion around opportunities in ADP’s Northern California Sales division. Register and learn live how ADP gives you the tools to shape your career. Can’t make the live webinar? A recording will be sent to your inbox. Submit any questions for this one-time event to: firstname.lastname@example.org
Essentially, employer awards are a great way of building employer brand both internally and externally.
They provide a 'short form' way of getting a company's message and culture out both internally, and to potential external talent.
And in a marketplace where more of the talent than ever before has work and family commitments, some employers are leading the field!
We’re joined by two organisations running key award schemes, Working Families and workingmums.co.uk, to discuss the trends in making work+family work and what they look for when it comes to award entries.
We’ll also be hearing from multi award winning employers who’ll be sharing their stories.
At today's rate of growth, the size of the digital universe in 2025 will be 176 zettabytes, of information. To put that into perspective, a single zettabyte is enough to hold 250 billion DVDs. All of it could have some relevance to national security. The Defense Department and Intelligence Community will be in charge of managing an exponentially growing amount of outside data, along with an exploding volume of internal data from warfighters in the field, sensors overhead, and from increasingly complex and connected pieces of military equipment. They'll have to manage it via common IT architecture (IC-ITE), do so securely, and in the face of ever more technologically advanced adversaries.
Welcome to the Defense information environment of the year 2025. This event will give stakeholders, technologists, and the public an understanding of how Department of Defense and the Intelligence Community view the future of digital information. It will touch on new technologies, from quantum encryption to optic telecommunications and even cognitive computing. But it will also look at practical steps that the Defense Department is taking today to prepare for the digital world a decade ahead.
Christopher Carfi, VP of Social Business Strategy, Ant's Eye View
“Social business” isn’t something that happens overnight. It requires fundamental change and discipline to transform from a traditional enterprise to one that is fully engaged with its customers, partners, and employees. This conversation about the social engagement journey illustrates how leading enterprises are combining social business strategy with pragmatic tactics to engage and achieve measurable results.
Chris Carfi, a customer experience and social media expert, writes the award-winning blog The Social Customer Manifesto. Today's webinar will be moderated by Future of Talent's Anne Hill.
Anne Hill, from the Future of Talent Institute, is also a broadcaster and writer for Huffington Post
There is a new capability in business acumen—a keenness and quickness at understanding and acting on changing business dynamics and the potential of innovation. The influence and careers of those who have it are growing. A new divide is at work. In this webinar you will learn how to systematically and effectively build this acumen, get on the right side of the divide, and support people at all levels of the company to do so as well. Talent leaders are called upon to be innovators -- taking the lead in shifting organizational priorities to provide a better environment for recruiting, developing and retaining people. Dr. Todor will offer ways to support your role as a change agent -- with tools you can share with others. Dr.Todor will be interviewed by Future of Talent's Anne Hill, a broadcaster and writer for Huffington Post.
The Future of Talent Institute provides early insights and in-depth research into employment trends, demographics, workforce attitudes, organizational structure, and new technologies so that your firm can make faster and better decisions about talent and talent-related issues.