Foodservice managers who have lingering doubts about investing in on-site
language training should consider this:
By 2027, over one million new jobs are expected to be added to the restaurant
According to the National Restaurant Association, “All of this means that
foreign-born employees will be increasingly important to the restaurant
industry’s ability to expand and create jobs in the years ahead.”38
For foodservice operators and managers who want to plan for their future now,
the question is obvious: What’s the best way to address these issues?
Rosetta Stone can provide some answers.
Millennials are reshaping the world of work through their knowledge of new technologies, work habits, and attitudes of the 21st-century workplace. At the same time, IT departments are working to add flexibility to the way they are supporting the Millennial worker. Yet it’s not just about IT providing the right tools and devices to its employees so they can get their jobs done effectively; IT needs to offer an overall workplace ecosystem that is secure and innovative. However, there are worrying gaps between what IT provides and what the different types of workers need.
Published By: Dell EMC
Published Date: May 09, 2018
Millennials are reshaping the world of work through their knowledge of new technologies, work habits, and attitudes of the 21st-century workplace. At the same time, IT departments are working to add flexibility to the way they are supporting the Millennial worker. Yet it’s not just about IT providing the right tools and devices to its employees so they can get their jobs done effectively; IT needs to offer an overall workplace ecosystem that is secure and innovative. In September 2016, Dell commissioned Forrester Consulting to conduct a study with 560 information workers across all industries in Australia, India, the UK, and the US. Learn more about the working habits that emerged and how IT departments can apply these insights to future deployments. Download Report!
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Sales managers have faced the same challenges since long before CRM applications were invented. However, new tools and technologies are making their jobs easier. The future of sales performance management is integrated with CRM and social collaboration. It helps managers provide real-time coaching and motivation in context to drive better sales behaviors and, ultimately, better sales results.
Published By: Intermec
Published Date: Jun 20, 2013
Millions of new smart phones continue to ship every month, and many of them find their way into businesses to help workers do their jobs in innovative new ways. However, many of these same phones will be replaced within a year because they are not durable enough to work reliably in new enterprise work environments. In this white paper, learn why emerging enterprise applications require ruggedness and reliability.
These are troubling times if you are looking for talent. As I talk with organizations, one theme continues to come up: “We can’t fill open jobs… and people that join us don’t stay for very long.” All you have to listen to is one of the many economic reports that are on the news every day to hear that the economy is strong and jobs are plentiful.
Get Ready for a New Era of HR - Competition for talent is increasing, skills shortages are worsening and social recruiting tools are making it easier than ever for faculty and staff to change jobs. HR leaders must align their human capital management, data and talent strategies around these trends in order to create great employee experiences that serve their students and institution best.
Published By: Zscaler
Published Date: May 15, 2019
Enterprise security has undergone a complete transformation as a result of rapid and sweeping changes that are remaking the way public sector organizations do business. New technologies and trends are changing the very definition of an enterprise, how and where we work, and the tools we use to do our jobs. These trends include:
Because English is the default language of global business, success depends on employees who can communicate and collaborate effectively in this common language. In fact, new research from the CEB shows that as much as 50% of successful performance now depends on collaboration (up from 20% ten years ago), making this a more urgent issue. However, most employees (93%) working in multinational companies do not have sufficient English skills to adequately perform their jobs. Read the white paper and learn how to build the business case for launching an enterprise-wide Business English development program to increase your company¹s productivity and profits.
The new way of work is multigenerational, multi-geographical, multi-cultural, and location-agnostic and device-independent. Workteam and organizational structures have morphed into more matrixed (vs. hierarchical) arrangements. Find out the different expectations of how, where and what people use to get their jobs done through this whitepaper.
In this e-book, we discuss several factors that are creating greater challenges for hiring managers in 2015, including rising employment (meaning more competition for those hard-to-find candidates), scarcity of key skilled workers, and a rising number of people who say they plan to look for new jobs this year.
Throughout the twentieth century, the efficiency of real estate
portfolios was quantified primarily in terms of a building’s
cost per square foot and the average number of “usable square
feet” it provided for each person who worked in it. By these
measures, the workplace contributed to an organization’s
bottom line by (1) getting smaller and/or (2) fitting more
people into the same amount of space.
Meanwhile, mobile technologies and new economic and social
pressures ushered in new ways of working. By 2011, more
than 60 percent of large organizations worldwide had
implemented programs and practices that gave people more
choice about where, when, and how to do their jobs.2 But
although a few new workplace metrics (“collaborative seats per
person,” “desk-sharing ratios”) have emerged, the focus on
reducing direct costs (through allocating fewer square feet
to “assigned seats” in individual offices or workstations)
Published By: RolePoint
Published Date: Apr 12, 2016
Over the last three years, social networks have experienced exponential growth. Employee networks have grown accordingly, offering access to structured career data through sites like LinkedIn in particular, and unstructured data through networks like Facebook. Employees are continually adding new contacts and growing personal networks. Job posting tools that share jobs into social networks are often described as social referral tools, though this is an inaccurate and misleading description. The more sophisticated of these tools create unique links for sharing that enable employers to identify which of their employees originated the share. This is useful for recognition and reward, whilst the practice of sharing jobs in the wider network is to be encouraged in order to reach job seekers who are browsing or using search engines to identify opportunities. Job seekers are increasingly connecting with their peers in organizations they want to work for. Encouraging employees to share jobs in
Don't let hard-to-fill-positions ruin your productivity! View this webinar to gain insights from recent BLS data, learn tactics for finding and attracting hard-to-find candidates, and understand the importance of using a uniquely branded career portal in the recruiting process.
Check out this iCIMS webcast to understand firsthand how to track your recruitment efforts, improve hiring manager engagement, and counteract traditional HR painpoints. Become your company's HR Hero and turn HR into a profit center by knowing and tracking key metrics for long-term ROI.
Talent is often a major barrier of organizational growth because it involves managing the growth and personalities of your workforce. So what can stakeholders do when New Hire Nancy doesn’t have a handle on the company culture? Or when Salesman Steve is behind schedule in learning about new products and services? They can start by giving an employee makeover.
Download How Employee Makeovers Also Make Over Your Bottom Line and learn how making over disengaged or lower performing employees can help create a powerhouse workforce and drive financial growth.
Your employees want to make an impact starting on their first day. Feeling like their company isn’t invested in them leads to employees that are more engaged with job hunting sites than with their current jobs. Read it today!
Published By: Jobvite
Published Date: Mar 31, 2015
The recruiting industry is not what it used to be. Jobs, technology, candidates, and strategies have all changed immensely over the past few years, as STEM positions proliferate, social media explodes, and a new generation of workers—complete with new habits, wants, and needs—has emerged. You've probably felt the impact of this evolution firsthand, and you've realized that it doesn't matter how many people are actually out there looking for jobs (or not looking for them, as the case might be). If you’re having trouble finding the right candidates for the right positions at the right times, you’re dealing with a talent shortage.
In this eBook, we outline four critical ways you can ensure the development of a rich talent pool.
Join Apple Business Experts for a free on-demand online seminar focused on progressive IT. Learn about a new way to work where IT empowers employees with the very best tools, technologies, and apps to do their jobs. Register now
Join Apple Business Experts for a free on-demand online seminar focused on progressive IT. Learn about a new way to work where IT empowers employees with the very best tools, technologies, and apps to do their jobs. Register now.
This new eBook reveals the strategies used by Apple CEO Steve Jobs to deliver powerful presentations that inform, educate and entertain. Learn Jobs's 10 secret tactics that will have you presenting like a pro in no time.
Published By: HireRight
Published Date: Jul 31, 2013
Today’s jobs market remains in a state of flux. The employment forecast shows signs of optimism, with projections of 20.5 million new jobs from 2010 to 2020 and 88 percent of detailed occupations experiencing growth.
Published By: Phunware
Published Date: Dec 06, 2014
As the mobility revolution overtakes the enterprise, IT is getting caught unawares. This isn't merely a trend—it’s a whole new way of working. If you’re considering an enterprise mobile app to help your business run better or to make your employees’ jobs easier, make sure you do a reality check first.
With the unemployment average decreasing across the nation
and new jobs continually evolving, long-term growth projections
are promising for the IT industry. As the tech industry booms,
so does the tech job market. We took a deep dive into the latest
annual job market data from Bureau of Labor Statistics to better
understand how both the nation and the IT sector advanced and
what this means for the future of tech.
It is generally accepted that nearly all new hires decide, within the first six months, whether or not they will stay with their new employer. And, it is expected that new employees coming into the workforce–including Generation X (born between 1965 and 1908) and Generation Y (born after 1980)–will have an average of 20 jobs over the course of their careers.
Given all of these numbers, the goal becomes clear: to attract and retain a multigenerational workforce, employers today must provide a better new-hire experience, with fewer steps, and lower costs.
Maybe you’ve heard this: Workforce safety training is boring.
OSHA has more than 20 standards requiring annual training for employees exposed to certain hazards, which means that workers have to take the same training courses year after year. Annual training is also required for employees who have specific responsibilities, like work involving fire response teams, serving as a designated first aid provider, or where workers are members of underground construction teams. And if new machinery arrives or employees take on new jobs with exposure to different hazards, guess what? OSHA requires refresher training.
Many organizations fail to reenergize training topics annually because they don’t see the value of creating a different experience for a training topic. This is why workers begin to loath refresher training sessions. If you don’t mix up the training regimen or alter the experience in some way, an important part of your training program becomes stale and ineffective, wasting valuabl