Thursday Jul 16, 2015

Digital natives: Performance windfall, or HR's worst nightmare?

By James Atkinson

Digital Natives

Employers will need to adapt their HR approaches to counter the challenges posed by the new generation of Millennials now entering the workforce, and to fully utilise their potential, says an HR executive.

Millennials lack the corporate loyalty of their predecessors—most will hold jobs for somewhere between three and five years and they will have between 17 and 22 jobs throughout their career, Oracle APAC senior director, HCM strategy and transformation, Andrew Lafontaine told HR Daily.

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Wednesday Jul 08, 2015

Five Ideas: Millennials

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Millennials are already creating big changes in the way we work, and their influence is only going to continue to grow. According to a PricewaterhouseCoopers report, millennials already form 25 percent of the workforce in the US. By 2020, they will account for 50 percent of the global workforce.

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Friday Mar 14, 2014

Creating a Learning Culture is a Must-Have to Gain Competitive Advantage

By Affif Siddique

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There must not be any doubt on any CEO’s mind that their most important asset in the company is their employees. According to recent surveys, what keeps them up at night is retaining the A-players they already have in their organization. The best way to keep them engaged and motivated is to invest in their training and development.

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