The End of Personality Assessments?

Personality assessments have had a long and important role in the history of psychology. However, new machine-learning tools may make the assessments obsolete. We...

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Embracing Generative AI: How HR Can Help Employees Harness Its Power

The new generative AIs (e.g., ChatGPT) can be perplexing due to their surprising capabilities. It's natural to react with extreme views, such as fearing...

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Work Meaningfully: A Strong Message That Connected With People At The 60th HR Conference & Expo

More than 1200 participants descended into the Vancouver Convention Centre West in downtown Vancouver for CPHR BC & Yukon’s second true hybrid conference with...

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Beyond GPT-4: The implications of AI evolution on HR

Microsoft's recent launch of Co-Pilot, an AI-powered tool designed to assist software developers, highlights the transformative potential of AI in the workplace. Co-Pilot is...

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Flat Structures, Empathic Leadership and Autonomous Staff: Work in the Post-Pandemic Era

Utilizing our extensive global network of CEO and board member contacts, NGS Global investigated the long-term impacts of the pandemic on organizational structures and...

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Living Your Values in a Recession

We are hearing talk of a recession and HR should think ahead about how that might affect delivering on the promises the company has...

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Human Capital Reporting, Slow but Certain

In 2003 Dave Ulrich and Norm Smallwood published a largely overlooked book called “Why the Bottom-Line Isn’t”. The book argued for the importance of...

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5 Important HR Trends For 2022

The business world seems to have changed more in the past two years than it had in the previous 10. Organizations around the globe...

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