Tag: workforce planning

What you need to know about the future of the work

What you need to know about the future of work

The nature of work in Australia is undergoing massive change, thanks to a changing of the generational guard with equivalent shifts in worker expectations and technology – and these have a number of important implications for HR, writes Alex Hayes It is no exaggeration to say we have just entered […]

A 4-step framework for improving talent management with automation

A 4-step approach for turning the fear of automation into a talent revolution

Progressive organisations are viewing automation as an opportunity to revolutionise their talent strategy, according to Aaron McEwan, who explains that a 4-step strategic workforce planning framework will help organisations achieve this At the moment it seems we can’t escape the phrase ‘death by automation’ and visions of mass job losses and worker displacement […]

3 ways HR can leverage people analytics

What are the 3 best ways HR can leverage people analytics?

There are three important ways in which HR can transform its contribution from operational support to that of value-added business partners by leveraging people analytics, according to an expert in the area. The first of these steps is to create meaningful management reporting that informs and enables improved workforce management […]

Organisations are unnecessarily spending millions of dollars in changing their recruitment approach for younger workers, according to CEB (now Gartner), which said business would be better off focusing on a more holistic approach to workforce planning and talent acquisition

How HR can help win the war for Gen Z (and all other) talent

Organisations are unnecessarily spending millions of dollars in changing their recruitment approach for Gen Z workers, according to CEB (now Gartner), which said business would be better off focusing on a more holistic approach to workforce planning and talent acquisition. “Organisations around the world have spent thousands, if not millions, […]

Less than one in ten Australian companies understand how to build a future-ready organisation, according to a new research report, which recommended a 5-step approach to future proofing their organisation

5 steps for HR: how to build a future-ready organisation

Less than one in ten Australian companies understand how to build a future-ready organisation, according to a new research report, which recommended a 5-step approach to future-proofing organisations. Given that the Australian workplace is being revolutionised by artificial intelligence, robotics and digital disruption, Australian HR practitioners and senior executives are […]