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New research: 2017 Global Human Capital Trends reflect accelerating rate of change

Building the organization of the future rated most important challenge

Posted by Human Capital Trends Editors on March 1, 2017.

As we get deeper into the digital age, the rate of technology change keeps accelerating, challenging individuals, businesses, and public policy to keep up. 1,057 more words

Human Capital Trends

Supporting the untethered workplace

Mobility and the future of work

Posted by Stephen Redwood on February 8, 2017.

For years it was common to hear—and sympathize—when someone mentioned being “chained to my desk.” The phrase could suggest a few things: lack of workplace freedom, a very heavy workload, and even indispensability. 679 more words

Human Capital Trends

Helping Clinical Leadership Manage and Control Nurse Staffing Costs

In a time of uncertainty regarding healthcare policy in the United States, most experts agree that the current nurse shortage is likely to continue to worsen… 832 more words

Executive Leadership

People on the move

Tampa Bay Times Oct 6, 2016 – Brian Hudson has been named senior vice president of sales and marketing for Avant Healthcare Professionals with Corporate offices located in Orlando. 50 more words

Executive Leadership

A new operating model for talent acquisition

Posted by Arthur Mazor and Bill Cleary on December 13, 2016.

In our previous post, we looked at some of the ways HR can learn from leading practices for customer experience to improve talent acquisition. 1,068 more words

Talent & Learning

When research aligns: HR in three-part harmony

Posted by Bill Pelster on December 09, 2016.

We take research very seriously at Deloitte, for the direct and indirect value to our clients and for the validation that only comes from multiple research efforts independently producing similar results. 1,017 more words

Human Capital Trends

The candidate as customer

The new dynamics of talent acquisition

Posted by Arthur Mazor and Bill Cleary on November 15, 2016.

The competition for talent is intensifying. Continuing economic growth is giving skilled employees more leverage in the job market, raising the bar for companies looking for a talent edge over rivals. 1,001 more words

Talent & Learning