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Advances in data analytics now provide learning and development professionals with a real-time understanding of language skills gaps before and after the learning takes place. It’s that understanding that will make language learning simpler and more efficient than ever before.

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Editor’s Picks on Learning & Development

The Possibilities of Technology-Enabled Learning: An Interview with Karen Hebert-Maccaro of O’Reilly Media

Interview with Karen Hebert-Maccaro of O’Reilly Media on technology-enabled learning. Explore the issues and potential of new ways of learning.

by Radhika Mukherjee | Dec 04, 2018

How to Engage Your Multigenerational Workforce through Learning and Development

How can organizations meaningfully engage their multigenerational workforce through learning and development? Read more to find out.

by Sushman Biswas | Oct 31, 2018

Discussing Simple, Humanizing HR in a Technology-Driven Landscape

Greg Hodges, Founder and Co-CEO, Hodges-Mace chats with HR Technologist about the best communication methodologies and technical solutions to deploy

by The HRT Features Desk | Aug 16, 2018

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Data Helping Close the Language Skill-Gap

HR predictive analytics enables HR to forecast the impact of people policies on the well-being, happiness and bottom line performance of employees. An example is the role it can play in preventing expensive employee turnover.. climate and the quality and pace of labor-related legislation. Also, how firms and workers adapt to increased longevity.

At a micro level, I look at the evolution of the traditional “contract” between employer and employee, the increased “atomization” of work, and the unpacking of educational degrees into skills that adds further liquidity to the labor market.

I am also interested in how workers ultimately “wisen up” and gain control of their work-related data and respond in game theoretic ways that ultimately thwart their employers’ algorithms.

What are your top 3 focus areas when it comes to Employee Experience & Engagement in the near future?

Oliver Kasper, Head of HR Processes, Systems and Analytics, Swarovski

The New Joiner experience / Candidate experience (this is very big for us with high turnover and large numbers of temp and seasonal workers)

Staff scheduling and time management (everything from scheduling to tracking time is very big for us with our large number of retail & blue-collar workers)

Retention: the exact focus is to be determined through data analytics

Stephen Heeke, Head of HR Data, Science, Insights, and Innovation, Deutsche Bahn

Customer centricity.

Cloud-based, easy to use HR IT.

Data driven decision making.

In essence, we want to make HR interactions easier and more productive for employees and make sure HR initiatives are more targeted and effective.

Amit Mohindra, CEO, People Analytics Success (Former Head of People Analytics, Apple)

Companies are going to have to ramp up their performance in these two areas or lose talent to competitors. I view “employee sensing” - being able to gather and interpret high-frequency signals on how employees think, feel and behave - as a top priority. This includes gathering insights through organizational network analysis (ONA), tracking wearables and enhanced polling/survey approaches. With greater granularity on employee attributes and preferences, we can develop more targeted programs. Addressing inclusion and well-being will also be important. And of course, if you don’t fix the legacy performance management approaches and systems, you are toast.

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The Right Call: Choosing Between an On-Premises or Cloud-based HRIS

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HR trends coming to your office in 2019 - Predictive analytics

Reverse Mentoring

In companies like Target and Siemens students are more quickly becoming the teachers as companies are getting their 18 to 35-year-old employees to teach generation Xers and baby boomers a thing or two about integrating tools like social media and crowd sourcing.

By pairing older workers with younger ones to educate one another on how business work and new ways of thinking can improve them.

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