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April 11, 2018 by Mason Stevenson
Mason Stevenson
Kroger says it plans to hire 11,000 employees, which includes 2,000 managers. The move is to help the company stay competitive against Amazon-owned Whole Foods and European discounter Aldi.
Tags: Kroger | War for Talent | Talent Development | hiring
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Data from Lever Examines How Organizations are Preparing for GDPR Compliance Specific to Recruiting and Hiring
Tags: GDPR | human resources | European Union
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Malaysia’s Deputy Prime Minister says skilled workers should see their minimum monthly wages increase from the current RM1,200 to RM3,500.
Tags: Malaysia | minimum wage | TVET
March 21, 2018 by The Hackett Group, Inc.
The Hackett Group Inc
Despite another year of flat to decreasing budgets and headcounts, HR organizations are focused on helping their companies unlock the value of digital transformation this year, according to 2018 Key Issues Research from The Hackett Group, Inc.
Tags: digital transformation | human resources | enterprise | HR tech, Hr technology
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In this edition of the HR News Beat, Google says it spent $270,000 to close the wage gap for workers in 2017, plus Healogics, the nation’s largest provider of advanced wound care services, names its new chief human resources officer.
Tags: Google | human resources | Healogics
March 16, 2018 by Mason Stevenson
Mason Stevenson
Blockchain is at the very beginning of its HR disruption. That means there is still time to learn about the emerging technology and figure out what it is and what it isn't by focusing on the 5 myths of Blockchain.
Tags: blockchain | human resources | HR tech, Hr technology
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In today’s HR News Beat, Duke University has developed a program to help entry-level staff get into administrative roles, and automaker General Motors announces the company has a new vice president of global human resources.
Tags: Duke | General Motors | human resources | Singapore
March 9, 2018 by Mason Stevenson
Mason Stevenson
Culture, in many ways, is the single biggest buzzword for today's workforce. VP Global Head of Total Rewards and HRIS for Cinemark, Supriya Bahri, discusses the importance of inclusiveness and how to promote it through diversity.
Tags: diversity | human resources | culture
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In today's HR News Beat, the hotel industry is paying for workers to go to college, American Express hires a new chief diversity officer, and Singtel takes top honors are the HRM Awards in Singapore.
Tags: Singapore | hotel industry
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In today's HR News Beat, find out what three attributes employees expect to see in their leaders, U.S. Army Human Resources Command renews it's IT Support Task Order, and workers at customer-facing companies appear to be happier than those that aren't customer-facing.
Tags: leadership | human resources | customer experience
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