Attracting Gen Y

In this article about recruitment strategies, we will focus on attracting Gen Y. This article that we are sharing by the Victoria State government in Australia talks more about the various perception about Gen Y and how to attract them.   The full article can be viewed...

RECRUITMENT STRATEGI...

After going through a series of managing talents, we would like to share on the initial process of hiring the talent. We would like to share this article by Margaret A. Richardson about recruitment strategies. The original article may be viewed...

Key Components of a ...

The US Office of Personnel Management had shared an article on how craft a Strategic Human Capital Plan The original article can be found here. A central pillar in the strategic management of human capital is the alignment of human capital strategies with agency mission, goals, and objectives...

Managing Human Capit...

Harvard Global Business Summit had discussed on Globalisation and managing human capital. the panel included Ted Childs Jr., Founder, Ted Childs LLC Ilene H. Lang, President, Catalyst Jack P. Shonkoff, Julius B. Richmond FAMRI Professor of Child Health and Development, Harvard School of...

Why is Human Capital...

Ceridian, a UK HR consultancy company had produced an excellent paper on human capital management and its importance to company management. We would like to share their paper to HR practitioners and students. to view their company website, click here. http://www.ceridian.co.uk   The...

Coaching in Leadersh...

In recent years there has been a lot of interest in coaching although there is still little understanding what it is. Coaching has been cited as an important skill a leader should have so much so that it is included as part of some executive management programmes.  However, if coaching skills...

Where are All the Si...

From the standpoint of human capitals for Singapore, low fertility rate will mean a depleting source of indigenous local Singaporeans. A lower population impacts labor rate participation, economic consumptions and that will lead to economic contraction. Without any plans for population...

Are Family-friendly HR Policies Good for Employers...

Family friendly HR policies have costs, impacts and implications on work schedules and processes. Top and bottom lines can be affected if the human resource and labour mix are not optimized or tuned for productivity gains. On the balance of things, family friendly initiatives promote well-being of individual workers with certain work customizations. With that, workers can be gainfully and meaningfully employed and be productive- using limited time to generate better performance. Flexible work arrangement or micro-job may be a good family-friendly initiative that is taking traction. With the Re-Employment Act, a pool of elderly workers are...