Étant donné la crise du coronavirus, les entreprises européennes ont des visions divergentes sur l'externalisation plus ou moins importante de projets RH. Alors qu'environ une personne sur trois déclare assumer la plus grande partie de ses tâches RH en interne, plus d'un quart (27 %) souhaite précisément le contraire en faisant plus souvent appel à un partenaire externe. Un écart frappant qui ressort d'une enquête européenne menée par le spécialiste RH et payroll SD Worx.
A l’occasion de la journée de la Femme, le 8 mars prochain, la CSL vient de mettre en ligne sa dernière publication intitulée « L’emploi des femmes contraint par les responsabilités familiales se répercute sur leurs carrières et niveaux de pension ».
The results were published in a new study from Forrester Consulting LLC commissioned by SAP), Qualtrics, an SAP company, and EY. Likewise, budget for EX has almost doubled over the same time period, from 6% to 11% and is expected to increase to 16% within two years.
HR leaders are finding it increasingly difficult to quickly find and develop talent with the most in demand skills, yet 58% of the workforce needs new skills to get their jobs done, according to Gartner, Inc.
Uptime Institute recently released it Global Data Center Staffing Forecast 2021-2025, the digital infrastructure industry's first comprehensive forecast of workforce needs. The report is segmented by region, by data center type, and by staff minimum education requirements.
LinkedIn recently shared the results of one of its latest surveys, entitled “Jobs on the rise”. To identify those jobs, the experts looked at the roles experiencing the highest year-over-year growth between April and October 2020.
Bloomberg recently announced that 380 companies headquartered across 44 countries and regions are included in the 2021 Bloomberg Gender-Equality Index (GEI). The GEI brings transparency to gender-related practices and policies at publicly-listed companies, increasing the breadth of environmental, social, governance (ESG) data available to investors.
A just released Korn Ferry survey report reveals that a significant number of organizations globally are planning to skip providing salary increases to a majority of their employees in the coming year. Nearly a third of the respondents said they will provide increases to 50 percent or fewer of their employees, and more than three times as many organizations as last year are planning to skip increases altogether. Only 35 percent of survey participants said that 100 percent of employees will be eligible for increases.
Deloitte’s 2021 Global Human Capital Trends report, "The social enterprise in a world disrupted," examines how organizations and leaders can leverage the lessons of this pandemic to fundamentally reimagine work, shifting from a focus on surviving to the pursuit of thriving.
Gartner surveyed more than 800 HR leaders across industries and regions to identify their priorities for 2021. Building critical skills and competencies tops the list, but many HR leaders will also prioritize workforce and work (re)design, leadership and employee experience — as well as navigating ongoing shifts in work trends.