Quiet quitting – tragic and unnecessary
All of a sudden everybody is talking about "quiet quitting". Staff who choose to work no more than is absolutely necessary, doing only the bare minimum required and nothing more. It is in protest against not being promoted or acknowledged or not getting better paid, despite working around the clock, stepping up and taking responsibility.
LinkedIn Live: Blueprint for keeping your organisation agile
Steve Goldberg, HCM research & advisory, and Jennifer Borun, senior director, analyst relations and strategic engagement, sat down on LinkedIn Live to discuss how to guide your organisation through solving future problems and succeeding in a volatile market.
Content Investment Trends: See how Cornerstone can drive skills transformation
As organisations continue to transform to meet the tectonic shifts of the past two years, they are realising an urgent need to help their people develop new and different skills, improve their workforce readiness and create significant changes to how work gets done.
Introducing an exclusive partnership with WaitWhat's Masters of Scale for an entirely new learning experience
You asked for popular podcast modalities and we delivered through a partnership with WaitWhat’s Masters of Scale. Check out lessons about building teams, developing products and scaling companies from the world's top leaders, now available in multiple Cornerstone Content Anytime subscriptions.
Cornerstar Moments - Nestle
Hear from Nestle’s JoAnne Rossouw, Head of Digital Learning, and Andriy Verminskyy, Global Product Manager, on how Cornerstone has helped Nestle to engage and train over 333,000 employees across the globe. By rolling out their new global learning management system, Nestle can now focus on retaining and investing in their people.
Putting Your People at the Centre of Business Success
Hear how Pret a Manger, Thames Water and Unibail-Rodamco-Westfield focused on their people to adapt their businesses to change in the uncertain times through 2020 and beyond.
10 tips on how HR can impact business
COVID-19 has accelerated digital transformation for many parts of businesses, including the HR department. Adapting to social distancing rules, quickly shifting to a remote workforce and having to deal with new schemes like furlough, all whilst continuing to support the company have been on many of HR’s to-do lists over the past few months, and no doubt HR has played an important role within the digital transformation.
2021 HR Trends: What Business Leaders Can Expect After a Turbulent Year
The world experienced a great reset in 2020, with innumerable changes that altered just about everything as we know it. The silver lining of a global pandemic is that it forces organisations to pivot and adapt as well as be reminded about what matters most. As we say goodbye to 2020, it’s a good time to reflect on the positive changes that have been born and will continue to make an impact on our world in 2021.
3 top tips to boost wellbeing
Looking after yourself and prioritising time to invest in your overall wellbeing is sound advice especially during these times of uncertainty and high anxiety. Focusing on self-care by managing stress levels and boosting your immune system will have a very positive impact on your physical and mental health.
Blog: Why HR need to lead the agile change journey
It's been going on for a while now - the shift towards more agile and flexible companies that quickly can adapt to the fast-changing times of today. Organisations that are unable to make this move are gradually losing competitiveness and finding it more difficult to prove themselves against smaller and faster players. Those who recognise the need and are able to create new conditions for the business, in the form of new structures, will survive and flourish in tomorrow's economic reality.
Cornerstones New Innovation Lab for AI Will Transform the People Experience at Work
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Go with the flow: From exclusive to inclusive talent management
The ‘work till you drop’ culture is rife in our society. The 2017 OECD report shows that nearly 13% of British citizens work over 50 hours per week, resulting in burnout and bore-out. Because of this, there is constant change in organisations, turnover is high, and companies fail to retain their top talent.