Gosh, November is already moving so fast, as we are almost halfway there. This time of the year is always a flurry of activity: people are getting ready for the holidays, spending time with family, and making New Year’s plans.
While there is now a great deal of discussion concerning the impact of Covid-19 on and implications for working practices and human resource management (HRM), much of the content and comment on these topics tend to be of a general
Closed runways, grounded planes and shutdown airports are the marks of recent times. Not so long ago, we were accustomed to cheering pilots on safe landings after long and arduous flights. Those rounds of applause seem to forget the flight
Today’s HR department is a product of the Industrial Revolution era. Back then, factories needed supervisors to ensure that workers produced reliable, standardized results day in and day out. In the digital age, technology has (mostly) taken over the responsibility of
The last decade brought an avalanche of change to the HR industry. The rise of artificial intelligence. The growth of the gig economy. The increased push towards greater diversity. And, most recently, a global pandemic that has altered the reality