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The current state of HR competencies: Only 2 in 10 HR professionals have future-proof skills

According to our research, only 21 percent of HR professionals have sufficient knowledge in the core HR competencies to become future-ready Almost 60 percent of HR professionals are falling behind more tech-savvy colleagues in terms of efficiency and impact Only 41 percent of them are able to leverage technology and read and apply data to…

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Customer Stories: Empowering Capgemini’s People Analytics Practitioners

Learning is key in empowering employees and making a business impact. But there’s another major benefit to finding the right learning solution. “The more people learn, the more people stay,” says Jan Krögel of Capgemini.  People Analytics has fast become an important specialization within HR, and the expectations are high. That’s why Capgemini was looking…

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Henkel APAC: Building Digital HR Capabilities with an In-House HR Learning Academy

More than 50% of all employees will need reskilling by 2025 (Future of Jobs Report 2020, WEF). And employees are eager to do so. According to LinkedIn Workplace Learning report, 94% of employees would stay longer with their employer if there was an investment in their learning and development. In a year full of unprecedented…

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Why the HR Professional needs to Become T-Shaped to Create Impact

Layoffs. Talent shortage. Restructuring. Employee engagement concerns. The list of complex problems faced by HR professionals today goes on and on. These problems can’t be solved by individual stars. Instead, multi-disciplinary teams must be formed that approach organizations as complex, holistic systems and recognize the value of collaboration to create an integrated approach. Yet, not…