Posts Tagged #Nextchat
On March 11, @shrmnextchat chatted with special guests Alex Alonso, vice president of SHRM Certification (
Over the past ten years, there has been increased emphasis on HR competencies as a means to increase the HR profession’s effectiveness.
The profession is changing and growing more rapidly than ever before. Organizations are now demanding greater creativity and productivity from their HR teams, and this will require HR professionals to possess specific competencies to support the desired results.
While HR strategy, technology, talent management and analytics are important functions of the job, many HR professionals must first focus on the day-to-day employee relations that keep their workforces engaged and their retention numbers high.
What does the future hold for our workforce and our workplaces?
This is one of the questions that circulated through a gathering of 30 HR and social media futurists, influencers and thought leaders as they discussed their predictions for what the world of work would look like in 2025.
HR professionals bring specific experience and knowledge to an organization that the senior executives often don't have. Areas such as benefits strategies, training and development, employer branding, and succession planning are often pushed to the bottom of the company agenda, without thought to the amount that these aspects contribute to organizational effectiveness.
There are several important factors to consider when preparing for a job in another country. While language and cultural training are usually first on the checklist, HR and their expatriate employees must consider several other factors before the big move.
On January 28, SHRM's @SHRMNextchat chatted with Nisha Raghavan (@theHRBuddy) about HR Tactics for 2015 and Beyond.
In case you missed this SUPER chat, you can read all of the great contributions to the conversation in the tweets here:
HR pros are always looking for effective ways to accomplish their organization’s talent management strategies. The problem is finding the time to plan and implement a strategy while keeping up with daily administrative tasks.
A smart talent strategy is critical for any organization. The key is to determine where your organization has needs and to find creative ways to address them.
On January 21, SHRM @weknownext chatted with John Hudson (@JohnPHudson) about A Culture of Sports in the Workplace.
In case you missed it, here are all the great tweets from the chat:
With the Super Bowl just a few weeks away, now is the perfect time to talk about the many parallels between the workplace and world of sports.
Complexity is in the eye of the beholder. To me, astrophysics is a complex discipline; to Stephen Hawking it is not. People engaged in complex situations fall into two categories: those who accept complexity as a fact of life and work with it, and those who fight it every inch of the way. I’m in that later camp.