CONTINUOUS LEARNING via GLOBALHRU™
We request the honour of your company and participation. You are cordially invited to speak-up on these topics discussed at GLOBALHRnews programs:
LEARNING HOW TO “WIN” RESILIENCE despite the disruption and stress caused by the VUCA world we are living now.
BELONGING = INCLUSION 2.0™
NewGen on assignment; HR up-to-it? Speak-up about your current experience. Are you finding gaps?
“New Gen thinks their career should be portable / fluid. They think a long-term assignment has no clear goal; that frequent and short-term assignments/projects would provide more opportunity, potentially faster career progress”. What is your experience? Discuss. Share. Collaborate.
And how are you managing this situation? “New Gen are the early adopters of new trends and ways of working that will eventually impact all workers.” What’s your FEEDBACK?
TECH vs People? How is work “changing” inside your org?
EMPLOYER BRAND and CULTURE impacts shareholder value and …global talent pipeline development; acquisition>onboard>development>project assignments/relo>application of new skillsets>retention and next assignment.
BUSINESS R-O-I BENEFITS: How companies can benefit better from continuous investing in the international assignments
ASSIGNEE BENEFITS: How they & family can benefit
COSTS: How to better project true costs
FEEDBACK: Are you getting it? If yes, how is the process changing for you? If not, what will you want to do about it?
“Millennials and Generation Z employees represent an ever growing part of the workforce. The conventional wisdom is that these new generations will foster greater mobility and will allow companies to relocate employees more easily and at lower cost. REALITY CHECK: Many stereotypes about generations are exaggerated. Furthermore the disconnection between current HR practices and millennials‘ expectations can be significant at several levels. Moving the new generations might not be as easy as anticipated.”
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And grateful thanks to Olivier Meier/Mercer, Jose Tomas, Mark Nadicz, Angela Lane, Ray daSilva, Jeff Wangler, Laura Levenson, Siobhan McHale, Sandy Asch, Tim Mulligan, Juan Carlos Gonzalez, Manuel Cuevas-Trisan, Philip Berry, Amy CW, Dr Natalie Forest, Paul Falcone, Wendy Kendall, Michael Elia, Harry Salzman. The source for “the lessons”.