Global HR Update Q4 2020
As 2020 draws to a close, the HR community is reflecting on the challenges of the past year while anticipating the positive change that 2021 could bring. Among the themes we are seeing for the year ahead is the need to re-skill teams and what this might mean for both employers and employees. This is a common thread in our features this quarter. We also look broadly at the future of work and the opportunity for HR to drive unprecedented creativity and change given all that has been learned this year.
Global HR Outlook
In our final Global HR Update of 2020, our President and COO Stefanie Cross-Wilson reflects on five interesting and robust late-year trends that we expect to continue into the new year.
A Fireside Chat with Arianna Huffington
Stress and burnout among employees is a focal point for organisations as they look toward the future of work. In this exclusive conversation, ChapmanCG Founder Matthew Chapman talks with Arianna Huffington about wellness in the workplace and how well-being is now central to corporate performance.
Five Ways HR is Driving the Future of Work
With organisations having a rare and arguably unique opportunity to reinvent the way they engage with human capital, Fiona Jury looks at some new ideas and fresh perspectives on five topical themes.
EVP – Do You Truly Value Your Biggest Asset?
ChapmanCG’s Finian Toh discusses the importance of a compelling Employee Value Proposition (EVP). Finian cites some interesting success stories as he draws parallels with the Customer Value Proposition (CVP) and how CVP principles can be adopted to and aligned with the EVP.
Reinventing for Flexibility: A Skills-Based Approach to Talent Management
ChapmanCG recently hosted a Thought Lab in partnership with Mercer on taking a skills-based approach to Talent Management. In this article, we summarise the Mercer research, and points made by attending HR leaders on this complex and interesting topic.
Conversations with HR Leaders
We talk with Thiago Oliveira Head of Global Talent Management, Johnson & Johnson Medical Devices about the challenges of the past year and how companies and individuals might think about building resilience for the future.
- Head of Human Resources, Boston, MA (US)
- Global Head of Executive Search, Boston, MA (US)
- Global Vice President Human Resources, Philadelphia Area, PA (US)
- Global Lead, Labor Market Intelligence & Talent Analytics, Philadelphia Area, PA (US)
- Global VP Talent Planning and Analysis, Dallas, TX or Chicago, IL (US)
- Vice President Human Resources, Los Angeles, CA (US)
- Global Vice President, Head of Diversity & Inclusion, San Francisco, CA (US)
- Global Vice President, Talent Management, San Francisco, CA (US)
- General Manager, Health, Safety and Wellbeing, Melbourne (AU)
- Country Head of HR, Shanghai (CN)
- Head of Compensation & Benefits, Hong Kong (HK)
- Country HR Leader, Kanto (JP)
- Country Head of HR, Seoul (KR)
- Global Organisation Development & Talent Management Leader, Singapore (SG)
- International Project Lead, Singapore (SG)
- Country HR Director, Thailand (TH)
Europe, Middle East and Africa
- HR Director – Czech Republic and Cluster, Prague (CZ)
- Global Senior Recruitment Lead, Copenhagen (DK)
- Country Senior HR Director, Paris (FR)
- HR Director, DACH, North Rhine-Westfalia (DE)
- Global Head of People Development, Basel (CH) or Sulzbach (DE)
- EMEA Head of HR Operations, Krakow (PL)
- Global Head of Health and Resilience, Switzerland (CH)
- Europe Head of HR, London (UK)
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