HR's Secret Weapon: The Power of Big Data

Big Data has generated a lot of big buzz—but what is it really, and what does it mean to your business? While the term may sound like a catchphrase that repackages traditional business analytics, Big Data represents a phenomenon with implications that already extend far beyond the corporate world.

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HEABC

The Health Employers Association of British Columbia (HEABC) coordinates the human resource and labour relations interests of more than 230 publicly funded health care employers in BC. HEABC represents denominational, proprietary and affiliate health employers, as well as the province’s six health authorities. HEABC is also the accredited bargaining agent for most publicly funded health employers in the province. HEABC negotiates five major provincial agreements covering more than 115,000 unionized health care employees covering nurses, health science professionals, physician residents and support workers in both facilities and community settings.

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Global Business Driven HR Transformation

whitePaper | January 6, 2021

Global Business Driven HR Transformation is a crosscurrent of rapid changes in culture, technology, law, and leading practices. There’s no such thing as an organization that’s arrived at its destination — there are only ones that keep evolving and ones content to stand still. In our new book, Global Business Driven HR Transformation: The Journey Continues, Deloitte has mined the experience and vision of its leading field professionals to explore the many future trends that are shaping the way companies relate to their people

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6 steps for building a successful business case for an extended workforce system (EWS)

whitePaper | April 20, 2022

Leaders today understand that driving real organizational value requires a fundamental shift. This shift impacts how they attract, manage, retain and report on their entire extended workforce. To achieve total talent management, you need visibility into who, what, when, where, why, and how all workers are brought in and are engaged in your organization.

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The Skillsoft Learning and Talent Maturity Framework

whitePaper | July 6, 2020

In 1997, a groundbreaking McKinsey study exposed workforce vulnerabilities for human resource teams in their book, "The War for Talent," yet almost 20 years later as the human capital field is desperate for a revolution, most organizations are not prepared for battle. The dynamics of talent’s low supply and high demand are playing out across the globe, affecting every industry sector and continent. A recent study from PwC called "Redefining Business Success in a Changing World" found that 72% of CEOs are concerned about the availability of key skills and 48% are planning to increase headcount1.

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Glint Employee Engagement 101

whitePaper | January 6, 2022

Employee engagement is a popular buzzword these days as many organizations seek to retain employees and ensure each team member is fulfilled with meaningful work.

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Achieving Employee Wellness in 2020

whitePaper | March 31, 2020

Many companies struggle to support their employees’ physical and mental health in traditional, sedentary office environments. According to a recent study, assessing ergonomics and making workspace adjustments can provide a 12% boost in productivity, not to mention improved employee wellness.

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The 10 Biggest HR Trends in 2021

whitePaper | March 23, 2021

Welcome! And thank you for taking time out of your busy day to read this whitepaper. With emerging and disruptive technologies impacting heavily the new age, the future of HR is both digital and human as HR leaders need to focus on optimizing the combination of human and automated work.

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HEABC

The Health Employers Association of British Columbia (HEABC) coordinates the human resource and labour relations interests of more than 230 publicly funded health care employers in BC. HEABC represents denominational, proprietary and affiliate health employers, as well as the province’s six health authorities. HEABC is also the accredited bargaining agent for most publicly funded health employers in the province. HEABC negotiates five major provincial agreements covering more than 115,000 unionized health care employees covering nurses, health science professionals, physician residents and support workers in both facilities and community settings.

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