Future of Work - What's going on in the world right about now?

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Hello Friends! Once again we will be looking into the newest and hottest HR and Future of Work Trends the industry has to offer!

What we found relevant for you:

  • "Empowering ourselves to empower others" is the new motto. Employer Branding is becoming more and more important in the HR world as applicants are looking for more than just good pay & proximity to their home. Here are a few different recruitment approaches by The Engineering Manager
  • Cryptocurrency startups still remain one of the largest non-corporate opportunities. Cryptocurrency companies are growing, raising larger amounts of money at higher valuations, so are their hiring needs for finding top talent. Read more about the topic HERE

"Work Culture is the values, beliefs and behaviors that make a group of people unique. It’s both the open and unspoken rules of what’s acceptable behavior."



If you're interested in a 3 step plan towards building an effective corporate culture that is welcoming new fitting talents and keeping your old employees happy, you should read Carla Johnson's blog HERE



You work at a corporate that is fostering communication issues, especially between employees with seniority status and newbies who freshly started at the firm? Check out this great innovative solution that a company came up with through experimenting and giving their employees the support they need! Read more HERE



"The cost of brain enhancement may be your identity."

For your daily dose of tech info with a superhuman touch, read Susan Schneider's article on the topic of merging humans with AI and what's at stake if we go as far as enhancing the brain with superintelligence: health issues, legal consequences, the possibility of ending one's own life...Where is the technological evolution taking us next? Stay tuned and read HERE



Studies show that onboarding programs can increase retention by 25% and improve employee performance by 11%; in fact, employees who participate in a structured onboarding program are 69% more likely to stay with an organization for 3 years. You will find a step-by-step guide of how to nail your employee onboarding HERE



"Answers first, explanations later" is what Jonathan Zittrain is calling intellectual debt. And our overreliance on AI might put us in just a type of intellectual debt with fatal consequences , especially in the fields of medicine. For the full exciting New Yorker article, click HERE

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