Today I am joined by two guests, both from Walmart, Jacqui Canney, EVP and Chief People Officer and Clay Johnson, EVP and Chief Information Officer. This is a conversation you don’t want to miss! We are talking about how Walmart is leveraging the newest technology in order to keep their huge workforce relevant. Learn how they are using virtual reality for training, Workplace by Facebook for communication, blockchain to track food back to its source as well as mobile apps, AI, IoT and much more. Plus how HR and IT can collaborate, how they test out new ideas at store #8 and top trends they are paying attention to.
Have you ever wanted to be a gig worker/freelancer? If so, this video is just for you! I will be giving some high level information, tips, and advice from my 10+ years in this space.
Today’s guest is Dan Shapero, VP of Talent Solutions, Careers, and Learning at LinkedIn. Our discussion is all about talent, but this is definitely not a topic for just HR people. We talk about the top talent trends that Dan and his team are paying attention to, job hopping, how Linkedin thinks about perks and benefits, how the employment landscape is changing and what this means for how we have to think about navigating our own careers and much more.
The shift towards focusing on employee experience is not random and it is not solely driven by organizations. The focus towards employee experience is not just a “work thing”, it is something that has come about because of the global change in values, expectations and mindsets.
As one of the oldest and largest elevator companies in the world, Otis Elevator Co. services more than 2 million elevators around the world every single day. On any given day, a staggering 2 billion people use Otis products. We often take elevators and escalators for granted in our modern world, but they’re a big […]
Before you leave your desk in a fit of rage and walk out of your 9-5 office job to start your own company, you might want to make sure you’ve thought through the entire plan. That’s the advice of former eBay and LiveOps executive Maynard Webb. Maynard says that building a company from scratch can be incredibly rewarding, but it’s also incredibly frustrating and definitely not something everyone can do.