Work for Tomorrow is a global innovation competition, led by the International Longevity Centre (ILC-UK), which seeks to identify and reward the most promising innovations to address the challenges and opportunities of an aging workforce.
Plus a “C” for weaving them all together. Managers, there’s more you can do to help your workforce succeed in today’s hybrid, remote world. But done right, the approach I outline below won’t just serve your employees and boost your team’s performance—it might just ease your mind and lighten your
Work for Humanity (WFH) and Workforce & Organizational Research Center (WORC) are committed to creating an inclusive economy where “every worker has a job worth having” by transforming low-quality jobs into high-quality ones.
They say the presidency doesn’t change people so much as reveal who they are. The same can be said for the pandemic and managers at all levels. We’ve heard plenty about how COVID and a slew of other crises over the past two years have transformed how we work.
Looking back at 2021 and thinking about what to bring with us into the new year. It’s been quite a year. A political insurrection, a continuing pandemic, extreme weather events, and a Great Resignation—something I prefer to call the Great Workplace Reinvention. That renaming might suggest I’m an optimist
We’re witnessing the prospect of reform that allows all workers to grow into their potential, enables organizations to thrive, and permits us to produce shared, sustainable prosperity. It’s been called the Great Resignation, the Great Reassessment, even an opportunity for a Great Retention. I have another suggestion for naming the
Participants in today’s business ecosystems collaborate in ways that are significantly different than previous collaboration models. This requires a shift in mindset and a new and unique set of management practices.
We can use the crises of the past eighteen months to reform and upgrade a capitalist system that has let too many workers down.
Board of directors Richard L. Antoine (trustee) Richard Antoine is President of AO Consulting, a human resources consulting firm working with CEOs and Chief HR Officers on leadership, talent development, and HR strategy. Mr. Antoine retired as the CHRO of Procter & Gamble in 2008 after a 39-year career in
STAFF Jodi L. Starkman (executive director) Jodi Starkman is Executive Director of Innovation Resource Center for Human Resources (IRC4HR®), formerly known as IRC. Prior to her role at IRC4HR, Jodi was the EVP and COO for Global Consulting at ORC Worldwide (now Mercer). She has worked in human resources strategy