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Human Capital Management

Builds and manages workforce based on organizational goals, budget considerations, and staffing needs. Ensures that employees are appropriately recruited, selected, appraised, and rewarded; takes action to address performance problems. Manages a multi-sector workforce and a variety of work situations.

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Highlights

16th Annual Executive Coaching Conference

March 26 - 27, 2019 |(New York, NY)

The Future of Work: Frontline Challenges in an Era of Digital Transformation

August 2018

Based on the insights of more than 250 C-suite and senior level executives who attended The Future of Work: The Strategic HR Joint Council Meeting in May 2018, this report outlines the future of work and the evolutionary impact digital transformation is having, and will have, on business organizations from the perspective of HR executives.

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Global Leadership Forecast

January 08, 2019

Join this interactive webcast on the topic of Digital-Era Leadership, featuring Amanda Popiela from The Conference Board and Joe Dettmann from EY. HRCI, SHRM, and CPE credit available

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Is the Goldilocks economy over?

(Labor Markets Blog, November 2018)

Inflationary pressures will rise in the coming year even though we project the US economy to slow down in 2019. Rumors that the Philips Curve (low unemployment rate = faster inflation) is dead have been greatly exaggerated. A continuing tightening of the labor market and further demographic slowdown will result in higher producer prices and wages. The likelihood for above two percent inflation rate is higher in 2019 than at any other time in the past 25 years.

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Products & Services

Conferences/Events

Publications

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Webcasts

  • Human Capital Watch

    December 19, 2018

    Join our December Human Capital Watch webcast as our researchers highlight findings from a new study which examines success-driven leadership approaches in M&A transactions. CPE credit available

  • Global Leadership Forecast

    January 08, 2019

    Join this interactive webcast on the topic of Digital-Era Leadership, featuring Amanda Popiela from The Conference Board and Joe Dettmann from EY. HRCI, SHRM, and CPE credit available

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Blogs

  • Is the Goldilocks economy over?

    (Labor Markets Blog, November 2018)

    Inflationary pressures will rise in the coming year even though we project the US economy to slow down in 2019. Rumors that the Philips Curve (low unemployment rate = faster inflation) is dead have been greatly exaggerated. A continuing tightening of the labor market and further demographic slowdown will result in higher producer prices and wages. The likelihood for above two percent inflation rate is higher in 2019 than at any other time in the past 25 years.
  • In the Shadow of Thanksgiving

    (Human Capital Blog, November 2018)

    As we think about Thanksgiving and being thankful for all that we have in our lives, what are you doing to engender a spirit of generosity among your coworkers? How can you make someone’s day by doing something unexpected, out of the ordinary? How can we make kindness the ordinary? Do Good. Be Kind.
  • Contrary to the Hype—Real Trends in Nontraditional Work

    (Labor Markets Blog, November 2018)

    The perception about the growth of the nontraditional workforce is out of line with hard data. While the number of independent contractors earning income through online labor market platforms has been growing, except for the transportation sector, these platforms represent a tiny share of income and total hours worked in the US economy, and are highly concentrated in certain specific occupations.

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