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In the December 2018 edition of "From the AJO Blog and Beyond" we explore:
- Taking the Pulse of the HR Function. Is it Agile Yet? The third post in our three-part series in which we share the results of the HR Business Partner study conducted this summer among members of our Human Resources Leadership Exchange (HRLE).
- Performance Management Needs More than Just a Fresh Coat of Paint. A snapshot of current performance management practices from a 2018 survey of HR leaders, and a recent HR Leader Exchange (HRLE) meeting.
- Who Are The People In Your Multigenerational Workforce? As the labor market tightens, organizations will find themselves hiring, developing, and managing one of the most age diverse workforces in modern times. Understanding how to get the best from all five generations will be the challenge of HR and organizational leaders.
- What Are The Goals & Benefits Of Employee Onboarding? How an onboarding process works, what the goals are, and how employers and workers benefit from an effective onboarding plan that prepares new hires for success.
- A Vibrant Learning Culture Means Success for Small to Mid-Sized Companies. Two studies on the state of talent development in small to mid-size businesses (SMBs) and identifies the common threads.
- Preparing tomorrow’s workforce for the Fourth Industrial Revolution. Deloitte and the Global Business Coalition for Education have co-authored a new research study, which examines the skills young people will need in the future, and recommends solutions for business to help them succeed.
- Unplug from the past:The Chief Human Resources Officer perspective. Access data and interviews from more than 2,100 CHROs to explore how HR leaders are responding to crucial changes in the business landscape.
- The Deloitte Millennial Survey 2018. According to Deloitte’s seventh annual Millennial Survey. Millennials’ opinions about business’ motivations and ethics, which had trended up the past two years, retreated this year, as did their sense of loyalty.