AHRMIO webinar

Rethinking performance management is at the top of many of our organizations’ agendas. The process of annual performance evaluations in disliked by most people managers across industries, and is viewed as an evil annual ritual which generates an enormous amount of work, disrupts the business, and has little or no ROI, considering the small merit…

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2018 AHRMIO Annual Conference

Theme Do People Still Matter? Overview Artificial Intelligence and technological developments are completely changing jobs, work environments and the way we work. The impact on HR is happening in most organizations and will even become more important in the future. When looking at the HR value chain, processes for talent acquisition, recruitment, talent development, staff engagement, performance management, rewards and shared services…

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AHRMIO webinar

“Beyond Learning”.
In this webinar Nick Shackleton Jones will address the following issues: Learning elimination, a fundamental shift in perspective. Why training isn’t working. Shifting from a ‘push’ model to a ‘pull’ model. User-centered learning design. Putting this into practice: induction, knowledge…

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AHRMIO webinar

“Mean Men and what to do about them”
Steve Jobs, Harvey Weinstein, Lance Armstrong. Each one reached the pinnacle of American success. Is it because they were ambitious visionaries and talented entrepreneurs? Most Americans would say yes to both. But what else do they have in common?…

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AHRMIO webinar

That women earn considerably less than men, even for the same job, is well established at the level of countries and industries. Increasingly, large companies and institutions are examining their own diversity and inclusion policies to understand whether they are sufficient to guarantee pay equality. In this talk, Jishnu Das and Clement Joubert will discuss the results of a study that examines differences in salaries at the World Bank Group across men and women and across Part 1 and Part 2 staff. The study draws on data on all employees between 1987 and 2015, and highlights the relative contribution of multiple factors to current salary gaps:

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