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The rise of a shared economy, freelancing, independent contracting and knowledge-intensive career has helped to spur the popularity of co-working spaces. Sure, we all enjoy the convenience of working from home–but, it’s not all it’s cracked up to be. It can feel isolating when you work alone for extended periods …

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Today is the day! I’m excited to share our agenda for HR Tech World London, taking place at the ExCeL London on March 21-22, 2017!

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This is a reflection post from Josh Bersin, Principal and Founder of Bersin by Deloitte, Deloitte Consulting LLP, who received the 2016 HRN Lifetime Achievement Award for services to the global HR community.

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It is almost exactly 200 years ago that The Luddites, a group of weavers in England, began destroying machinery in protest at their skills being replaced by machines. They saw these skills being eroded and devalued and felt moved to take violent action to prevent this happening. Our current rapid …

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HR Tech World London is around the corner and we’re bringing you the most informed thinkers and inspirational speakers to discuss HR, HR Tech, and the Future of Work for two days of innovation and disruption. ExCel London will be the place to be for all things HR on 21-22 …

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Dear Friends, Just a short note to wish you Happy Holidays from HRN. Thank you so much for your support during the year. We are building an amazing community and are delighted to welcome so many new members to our community; I feel blessed to be working with such a …

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For our fifth part in our #disruptHR series, Faye Holland, our disruptHR lead blogger, interviews Kasper Hulthin, Co-founder of Peakon.

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Once again, I am blown away by the exclusive content up for grabs on the main stage this year, the context of which hopefully builds on the high expectations built over the last 5 years. Sir Richard Branson stole the show last year, a hard act to follow? Yes, however I have greater …

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It’s fascinating to study the solutions that support people in the workforce at the same time these systems disrupt how work is being done in the workplace. Technology innovation is unceasing, yet at the same time markets, businesses, and workforces are also ever changing. So despite all the technical bells …

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This is a Guest Post by Greta Roberts, CEO, Talent Analytics, Corp. Businesses and their HR teams have measured employee engagement as a way of trying to improve business performance. Millions have been spent conducting engagement surveys, and their follow on programs, targeting areas that measure low in employee engagement. …

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This is a Guest post by Kate Smedley, from Advorto. HR has long been under pressure to demonstrate vision, creativity and the ability to step up into a strategic role. Big data and HR analytics can facilitate that transition with the following steps:- Understand the data available : Without data you …

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I have been following workforce learning trends for the last few years. Last year I wrote a blog on this topic. This was based on my observations as the moderator of the Learning Track at HR Tech Europe in Amsterdam. But a lot has changed in the last one year …

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