While Canadian organizations expect automation to account for 17% of work in the next three years, less than 5% believe their HR functions are fully prepared for the changing requirements of digitalization.
It’s only taken two industries to cause a dip in hiring for new college graduates — the first time a drop has occurred since 2010.
As pay equity and the gender pay gap continue to make headlines, there are steps employers can take to ensure their workforce is paid equitably across the board.
In this competitive, global economy business leaders expect you to go beyond the technical aspects of your job and think like a businessperson. In fact, strategic business understanding was one of eight key differentiators of top performers according to theWorldatWork 2012 Total Rewards Professionals' Career Census.
Discover the trends and patterns in compensation planning, and awards and recognition. Learn about new ideas companies are considering and implementing this year and beyond.
Participants receive a self-assessment diagnostic to help gauge effectiveness of their current compensation plans and grade in key areas that drive reward strategies.
Between Hollywood scandals and new salary history laws, systemic pay disparity has been a hot topic, spiking awareness through movements like #timesup and the publicity storm around wage discrimination plaguing large companies.
The purpose of this webcast is to address these questions and layout a framework for assessing your processes and identifying how to provide more value to your executives, managers and employees.
This is an election year for Congress which means workplace issues that impact millions of voters are top of mind for lawmakers. Join Melissa Sharp Murdock, Esq., WorldatWork director of external affairs, as she delves into the state of public policy priorities surrounding workplace and rewards issues.
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