Human Resources Topics.

The actual topics for each group's meeting are driven by the members themselves but here are some examples.

    Workforce Planning
  • Align current competencies and skills with future business needs
  • Leveraging global, outsourced and offshore resources

  • Sourcing Talent
  • Leveraging job boards and social networking to find the right talent
  • Pushing and pulling talent globally

  • Planning and managing compensation and benefit strategies
  • Selecting benefits that balance fairness with economic reality
  • Addressing the rising cost of healthcare
  • Resolving the global complexities

  • Training and Development Strategies
  • Transforming training delivery through technology innovation
  • Blending 3 generations: boomers, genexers and millennials into customer focused teams

  • Performance Management
  • Driving productivity and improved employee satisfaction though telecommuting and flexible work arrangements
  • New and proven changes in employee annual reviews

  • Engaging and Retaining Employees
  • Keeping employees engaged in a tough economy
  • Balancing work and home life while always online

  • Promoting and Transitioning Employees
  • Succession planning
  • Progression planning

  • Aligning HR Strategy with Business Strategy
  • The role of HR in integrating markets across borders
  • Improving HR technology efficiency and performance via consumerization and the cloud
  • Improving HR processes to drive expense reduction and performance improvement
  • Becoming a strategic partner of the business and a strategic advisor to the CEO
  • Measuring and reporting the value of HR to the business
  • The role of self service and shared services in improving HR performance

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