Mike Aitken discusses future issues for the U.S. workforce.
Posts Tagged Workplace Flexibility
SAN DIEGO—A panel of high-profile senior HR executives shared their insights at the June 29, 2010 general session of the Society for Human Resource Management (SHRM) Annual Conference held here, discussing their challenges, victories and strategies as they craft the role HR plays within their organizations and industries.
By Robin Rodensky, Jan Rybeck, Heather Johnson and Margaret Rollins, ICF International
There are dozens of benefits to creating a flexible workplace and supporting telework programs, but this venture is not free from challenges. Below, we present the Strategize, Transform, Implement, Recalibrate (STIR) model developed by ICF International to help businesses design and execute successful programs customized to their needs.
State of Telework Today—What's Holding Us Back?
Michael Burchell, Ed.D., Vice President of Global Business Development with the Great Place to Work Institute, Inc., discusses three trends for future workplace - from more "free agent" workers and virtual working arrangements, to more personalization for unique experiences for employees.
Daniel Pink talks about how you get the best results from your workforce by offering great benefits, work-flexibility and recruiting for the right people.
Angela Herrin talks about companies and how they can come out on top after a recession.
President Obama and the First Lady recently held a forum with policymakers and businesses to discuss workplace flexibility. Read the full story from The Chicago Tribune here.