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The Pixelated Workforce: A Job For Almost Everyone

We just finished a significant research study on the Alternative Workforce, and it was a real eye-opener. Not only do almost 40% of Americans now have part-time or contingent jobs, but almost 2/3 of young people also have side-hustles, doing work on the side. This means the “alternative workforce” isn’t really ... Read more»

Data Proves that Culture, Values, and Career are Biggest Drivers of Employment Brand

We just completed a detailed analysis of Glassdoor data among more than 6,000 companies and 2.2 million employees and I wanted to share a few important findings. If you consider “Would you recommend your company as a place to work?” as a NetPromoter question from all these employees, by far the biggest work factor related ... Read more»

How to Build a High-Impact Learning Culture

How to Build a High-Impact Learning Culture

Over the last ten years we have studied many elements of Human Resources and corporate training with a goal of identifying which practices, processes, structures, and systems drive the greatest business impact.

This week we are launching one of the most significant research reports we have published to date:   High Impact Learning Culture®:  40 Practices ... Read more»

The Recovery Drives Bold New Priorities for HR

The Recovery Drives Bold New Priorities for HR

This week we published our TalentTrends® research for the first half of 2010 (report available to research members). In this research we ask more than 200 top HR and business leaders to tell us about their business outlook, hiring forecast, talent and leadership readiness, spending, and priorities.

What we see is a stark ... Read more»

Oracle Acquires Sun:  A Lesson in Corporate Culture

Oracle Acquires Sun: A Lesson in Corporate Culture

For those of us who have been in the software industry for a while, Oracle’s acquisition of Sun represents a bigOracle-Sunmilestone in the evolution of the the computing industry.    Why did the IBM-Sun merger fail?  Why was Oracle willing to pay so much more for the company than IBM?

While there are many business ... Read more»