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01-16-2017  | 0 Comments  |  by Tom Haak  |  Published in Trends in HR

Generally good people want to become better. It is not so easy to give relevant feedback to people who are already very good at what they are doing. Recently, performance management has got a somewhat negative connotation. Many organisations are revamping their performance management process. Earlier we argued that performance consulting (helping people to become […]

01-9-2017  | 0 Comments  |  by Tom Haak  |  Published in Trends in HR

Employees are expecting an experience at work In her excellent article “Consumerization of HR: 10 trends companies will follow in 2016” Jeanne Meister captured all the trends she describes under the label “Consumerisation”. People are more and more expecting an experience at work that is comparable to the experience they have at home. Netflix knows […]

01-4-2017  | 0 Comments  |  by Tom Jager  |  Published in Trends in HR

The Human Resources game has significantly changed in the recent years. These folks have really stepped up and expanded the opportunities provided to the users of their technologies. The HR technology itself continues to develop and expand its footprint by involving more and more tools. In this article, we invite you to walk the memory […]

12-29-2016  | 0 Comments  |  by Tom Haak  |  Published in Trends in HR

Natal Dank, of Southern Blue Consulting, recently had an interview with Tom Haak on hot HR trends for 2017. The interview was recorded at the beautiful new office of Rvdb in Amsterdam.  A summary of the interview, and a link to the interview on YouTube, can be found on the website of Southern Blue Consulting. Trends […]

12-19-2016  | 0 Comments  |  by Tom Haak  |  Published in Trends in HR

Last week David Mattin, the global head of Trends & Insights of TrendWatching.com gave a briefing on some of the major consumer trends for 2017. Very insightful and very inspiring. TrendWatching uses a framework with 16 major consumer mega trends. In his briefing Peter focused on five areas, and he specified some specific trends in these […]

12-12-2016  | 0 Comments  |  by Julie Feece  |  Published in Trends in HR

Employee recognition programs, once considered a “nice” but non-essential component of human resources, have changed dramatically over the past five years. This shift parallels a growing understanding of the importance of retaining top-performing employees and re-engineering employee recognition as a core business function. What’s behind this change? Numerous studies demonstrate “that when companies include employee […]

12-5-2016  | 0 Comments  |  by Tom Haak  |  Published in Trends in HR

The traditional survey process Both at Philips Electronics and at KMPG, where I worked at the end of last century, I was involved in the design and implementation of the employee engagement measurement process. These were the days of the big surveys. With the help of a prominent provider (ISR) we designed the survey, with […]

11-23-2016  | 0 Comments  |  by Tom Haak  |  Published in Trends in HR

The last two years we published an overview of the HR trends of which we expected that they would have an impact on HR in the coming year (“9 emerging HR trends for 2015” and “11 HR trends for 2016“). Number one on the 2016 was “HR embrace agile”. Although we have seen this topic […]

05-27-2016  | 0 Comments  |  by Tom Haak  |  Published in Trends in HR

Trends in HR series: Trends in HR jobs Trends in Traineeships “HR Trends 2016: The list of Lists” 10 major trends in HR Shared Services 11 HR trends for 2016 9 emerging trends for 2015 Trends in HR job titles 10 Talent Management trends for 2016 7 trends in recruitment and selection 12 emerging internal […]

04-18-2016  | 0 Comments  |  by Tom Haak  |  Published in Archive

This is the week of the People Hackfest ’16, that will take place in Amsterdam this week. Organization: Talmundo. Host and Chairman of the jury: Tom Haak of Crunchr and the HR Trend Institute. Tom Haak: “I am really looking forward to the event. It will be interesting to see if a group of 60 HR […]