Recent articles / Gobal HR news at a glance


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Mar 2019

What’s Next for AI in HR?

As everywhere else, Artificial Intelligence has the potential to transform HR. We look at key trends for 2019 and assess key impact areas for AI in HR.

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14

Mar 2019

Leading from Hurt Versus Leading from Heart

I’ve learned to live by the saying “You can never get enough of what you don’t need.” It’s not easy, especially when it comes to BBC crime procedurals, chips and queso, and approval. One of the patterns that I’ve observed in working with leaders is that many people lead from a place of hurt and smallness, and they use their position of power to try to fill that self-worth gap. But we just can’t fill a self-worth gap by leading and using power over people, because that’s not exactly what we need.

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09

Jan 2018

WorldBank economics prospects

A consistent study from the worldBank is expecting a global growth to be sustained over the next couple of years—and even accelerate somewhat in emerging market and developing economies

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03

Jun 2016

The decline of “traditional expatriation”

ECA International is a consultancy firm providing international mobility solutions for multinational companies. They are making yearly a survey about mobility and Expatriate Salary Management. From the 1994-2015 surveys they observe that long term assignments, what they call « traditional expatriation » is declining. From 63% in 2008 to 50% in 2015. This move is balanced with short term assignments and commuting or other form of assignments rising respectively to 33% and 22% within the same period of time.

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26

Feb 2016

career perception of “millennial” workers

The Future Foundation, a research agency, conducted a survey polling 1,000 young workers (from 16 to 25), in Australia, Brazil, China, France, Germany, India, South Africa, UK, and USA. The study focused on the career concerns and challenges of this « millennial » generation.

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10

Sep 2015

Reasons for job failure

According to a study(*) conducted by Leadership IQ, a global leadership training and research company based in Atlanta, only 11% of job failures is due to a lack of technical skills.

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25

Jun 2015

Time required for hiring processes

A recent study conducted by Glassdoor (Glassdoor.com), based on more than 344 000 interview reviews covering 6 countries, shows that the hiring process is taking more and more days. (compared with 2009)

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