Mapping the Journey to a Great Employee Experience

Today's post is courtesy of board member Bob Clements, President at Axsium Group,  a leading workforce management consulting firm. One of the hottest topics in HR today is the employee experience, which can be defined as the sum of every interaction between an employee and employer from hire to retire. Creating a great employee experience helps … Continue reading Mapping the Journey to a Great Employee Experience

The Privileges and Challenges of Life as a Healthcare CHRO

Today's post comes to us from Workforce Institute board member Joseph Cabral, Chief Human Resources Officer and President of Workforce Solutions at Press Ganey.  We recently did a podcast with Joe to talk about the importance of analytics to improving patient outcomes and making the delivery of health services more efficient and cost effective. Today’s healthcare … Continue reading The Privileges and Challenges of Life as a Healthcare CHRO

Ready for the gig economy?

Today's post is courtesy of Joyce Maroney, executive director of the Workforce Institute. I recently had a conversation about the gig economy with my colleague, David Creelman.  David is the CEO of Creelman Research and writes on a broad variety of human resource topics.  His recent book, Lead the Work: Navigating a World Beyond Employment , explores the … Continue reading Ready for the gig economy?

Recruitment and Retention Remain Top Public Sector Employer Challenges

WFI board member and Executive Director of the International Public Management Association for Human Resources (IPMA-HR) shares research on the state of recruitment and retention challenges for public sector employers.

The Scientific Method for HR

This post by Sharlyn Lauby, the HR Bartender and a member of the Workforce Institute board of advisors, is one of the most popular we've ever published.  Sharlyn writes about how the scientific method of investigation can be applied to solving problems in a business environment.  This topic is near and dear to my heart as I … Continue reading The Scientific Method for HR