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Donna Kimmel is executive vice president and chief people officer at Citrix, so I guess you could say she’s literally a people person! And that makes her the perfect guest for this week’s #WorkTrends topic: the importance of building a people-centric culture. It’s something that too many organizations merely pay lip service to, rather than investing the time required to ensure that their cultures really do revolve around their people. Building a people-centric culture isn’t […]

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As the future of work continues to rapidly evolve and organizations across every industry battle for top talent, cookie-cutter benefits packages just aren’t going to be enough to attract the best and brightest workers. Smart organizations are turning to technology to reduce costs and deliver better benefits that lead to happier and more productive employees. Let’s take a look at how some of these trends are likely to unfold over the next few years. Predictive […]

The post 3 Ways Employee Benefits Will Change in the Next 5 Years appeared first on TalentCulture.

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To be honest, I don’t talk about being a woman in business very much. I’m in a field that is filled with vibrant, brilliant, highly successful women who tend to go at a very fast clip, with little time or inclination for reflection. HR is filled with smart, powerful, resourceful women. But is it equitable, at the end of the day? The truth is we have a long way to go to truly make the […]

The post The Best Companies Are Just Starting To Tackle Gender Bias in Recruiting appeared first on TalentCulture.

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Sara Potecha was one of West Point’s first female graduates. Now, she works as a speaker, consultant and writer. If that isn’t enough to make you feel lazy, know that Potecha also works as a leadership coach, often advising women on how to navigate toxic situations in the workplace. What Potecha recognizes is that the world isn’t perfect, but that doesn’t mean we have to just accept it. She has great strategies for those of […]

The post #WorkTrends: Lessons on Leadership and Diversity from One of West Point’s First Female Grads appeared first on TalentCulture.

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Let’s face it: We all have incredibly high expectations for technology. We expect efficiency, simplicity, and value from every app or piece of software we use. When a program doesn’t work the way we like, we find another one — pronto. But when it comes to old-fashioned data entry and what we think of as “employee transactions,” HR is nowhere near as efficient as it should be. It’s difficult and inefficient to stop what you’re […]

The post How Self-Service Software Changes the Game for HR appeared first on TalentCulture.

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As the snow is melting, you might be turning your mind toward warm-weather staples like baseball, barbecues and hiring season. Yes, hiring season. As a human resources professional, you have probably noticed that it is easier to fill open positions in May, June and July. Smart Recruiters conducted a survey of 100,000 employees at 700 companies and found that these three months come with the highest number of job applicants. There are a few reasons […]

The post 3 Ways to Master the Spring Hiring Season appeared first on TalentCulture.

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This is the most exciting and challenging time to be working in HR. At no time since its founding as a professional discipline has it been more essential for HR practitioners to rethink the way we operate. Nor have we ever been better situated to meaningfully contribute to the success of the core business. The greatest impetus for change is a new way of working — agile. Agile practices were already well established in technology-driven […]

The post Agile-Minded HR Leaders Can Drive Cultural Change appeared first on TalentCulture.

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When Laura Gassner Otting was working as an executive recruiter, she had a revelation: success does not always equal happiness. Over time, she’s come to see that the people who are happiest in their jobs have achieved what she calls “consonance.” “It’s people who have carved their own path, who have figured out, ‘This is the one that I really want to do,’” she says. But getting to a place of consonance requires rethinking how […]

The post #WorkTrends: Limitless: A New Framework for Employee Engagement appeared first on TalentCulture.

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There’s an old adage never to discuss religion and politics. Unfortunately, it seems like discussing politics is unavoidable these days — and for good reason. For a lot of us, the crisis in our political system is a cause for alarm, and it’s difficult to stop thinking or talking about it. But finding the balance with those you disagree with politically can be enormously difficult, especially in a day and age where people are more […]

The post #WorkTrends: Politics at Work appeared first on TalentCulture.

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A well-defined culture is the key to uniting your company and scaling to new heights, says author and high-growth company culture expert Brett Putter. Then why is hiring for culture fit so difficult? Putter, who is the founder and CEO of CultureGene, a culture consultancy helping prepare startup and high-growth companies for scale, says your company culture is essentially the way your organization works. That means as you develop your business and it grows, your […]

The post How to Hire Based on Values appeared first on TalentCulture.

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