Toxic management can be defined as a management style that destroys an individual’s dignity, self-confidence, or effectiveness through remonstrances, daily spikes, or inappropriate speeches. Their traits create destructive, degrading and devaluing working conditions that can have significant psychological and physical consequences for the employees. Most organizations are dotted with toxic managers, making them seem like war zones. Individuals’ ability to deal with them in a corporate culture significantly impacts their careers.
Disruption may be an overused term, but it certainly is appropriate for financial services. And it’s leaving banks in a quandary.
In many cases, banks’ workforces were designed for a world where people walked into bank branches to make a deposit or withdrawal.
Now, consumers are likely to head to the cloud to make an instant payment on their mobile phones.
To compete, banks need to rethink talent and transform, and do so quickly. Banks need to essentially become tech companies that provide banking services.
Anthony discusses how jobs are changing and evolving and how different skills have been accelerated and demanded.
He also suggests that data should be far more useable and accessible so that trends from the past labour market can point us toward predictions for future data.
Are you attracting the right talent?
We live in a different world of recruitment.
How graduate talent works, looks for jobs and wants to be hired has drastically changed in the last two years.
One thing is for sure; getting an accurate pulse on emerging graduate recruitment trends isn’t easy.
We put the legwork into identifying and summarizing those key trends for you.
After reading this article, you’ll have a huge edge in recruiting in an increasingly competitive environment.
While two weeks ago, I said 2017 will remain etched in memory for the #MeToo campaign and #GoogleforJobs, there were quite a few topics (not all new) that captured the imagination of folks in HR. It may not have been the banner year for HR innovation, but there was plenty in news to keep us going. Here is a roundup of 12 topics from the last 12 months that had HR professionals (and others) around the globe sit up & take notice.