Our world changed overnight. We can all agree that despite the challenges, we will rise together, better and with knowledge that we are stronger. This novel time will show us that we can make shifts in working practices, hiring practices,…
WITH COREYNE WOODMAN-HOLOUBEK
Not only is a new year upon us but also a new decade, and our world is propelling us forward to reach new heights in business, talent, and social awareness. On the first full week of the new year, I would like to share some Progressive HR visions with you from influencers across Wisconsin.
Today, 73 million Americans listen to podcasts. That’s nearly one in four Americans who are taking control of life’s soundtrack and turning their quiet or mundane moments into opportunities for self-empowerment, professional development, and exponential learning.
Bulging with a wealth of data, the 2019 Workplace Intelligence Report, a collaboration between Greenhouse and George LaRocque from HRWins, offers impressive amounts of information and hard data from more than 1,300 business leaders and 4,000 employees in the U.S. and the U.K.
About 85 percent of the jobs people will be doing in 2030 do not yet exist. Moreover, it’s predicted that up to 375 million workers worldwide will be affected by emerging technologies.
Closing out a very exciting and productive 2018, I thought it would be a great idea to offer insights from some of Wisconsin’s executives and HR leaders, with the intent to create a list of seven progressive HR “predictions” for 2019.
Blockchain has infinite use cases, and I’m focused on those that would inform how blockchain will evolve the recruitment and talent-acquisition industry.
So, the pressure is on. But that’s okay because it's really about how you “show up.”
I’m talking about blockchain technology, and in a way you have not yet imagined — mainly what it can do to change the way we process and receive payroll. Well, what I really mean is making payroll obsolete.
Recently, I read through a newsletter from one of my favorite co-working spaces in Wisconsin. Right there at the top of the mobile page, was an ad for HR services claiming to alleviate organizations from their “HR burden.”
Coreyne Woodman-Holoubek is a CHRO with over 17 years of global business and human resource leadership expertise, living and working in the United States, the United Kingdom, and Spain. Coreyne has an B.A. in International Business from the University of Brighton, UK, a B.A. in Spanish Linguistics from the University of Wisconsin–Madison, and a post-graduate degree in Human Resources from the University of Plymouth, UK. She is a passionate progressive human resource business professional, and is best known for her work as co-founder of Contracted Leadership, and as president of Disrupt Madison and Disrupt Milwaukee.