SHRM is continuing to monitor current events and will be providing updates about SHRM2020 throughout April and May. For those that are interested the SHRM Talent Conference originally scheduled to take place in Orlando Florida on April 20 – 22, 2020 has been moved to a 100% fully online, SHRM Talent: Virtual Experience. Registration is still open.
"How are you this morning?" This is a simple question, undoubtedly uttered multi-billions of times in the course of year, in workplaces throughout the U.S., and around the world. And that doesn't include all the non-work utterances of this bland and overworked five-word sentence.
I had just returned from a rare weekend away with friends when I walked into my house to find a mess–clothes all over the floor, living room pillows scattered everywhere, papers littering the table and floor, and about fifty tiny staples stuck in the carpet.
Developing your people, improving their skills, and engaging them in learning is currently not an option. Talent is increasingly scarce, and demand for needed skills is outpacing supply due to all-time low unemployment rates, limited mobility among labor markets, and an aging and retiring workforce, which is shrinking the available talent pool.