Within this section you will find a wealth of additional information, commentary and links that we have collected surrounding the workforce
demographics, retirement, the experience gap and other related items. They had all been published on our blog ‘The Battle For Experience’
but we have republished them all here - and will continue to do so. Why not register for updates via
Remember this post yesterday ? It was all about how Marisa Meyer has decided that no one at Yahoo will be able to work from home / telecommute etc …. Life is changing at Yahoo. Many pundits are writing pieces … The Flip Side
well here is some news I really DIDN’T expect to see today. This post at 37 Signals and this one from the news organisation KMUW are both essentially saying the same thing. And that is that ‘working from home’ in … All Change At Yahoo
Quite exactly when something like this will kick in I do not know – BUT – I do know that aspects of it are here already. Putting aside the idea of arm bands tracking Tesco warehouse staff – consider a … Measurement Gone Mad ?
Delighted to report see our very own Jon Glesinger writing about The Future of Work over at BizCatalyst360. We hope you like what he has to say – but as a regular reader of this blog, you will recognize some … Portfolio Life
In order to stay relevant, companies have to do away with closed door management. read the full article here : Getting By In A World Without Bosses [Future Of Work] – PSFK – PSFK.
I wonder why there is no Jerry Maquire equivalent in business. You know – the kind of person who works as a business persons agent / manager – represents you and NOT the company you are seeking to join. Wouldn’t that … The Role Of The Manager And Agent In Business
North Sea salaries expected to rise 15% due to skills gap Kevin Forbes, chief executive of recruitment website Oilandgaspeople.com, said: “Our forecast shows that with increased investment in North Sea oil, demand for qualified staff is set to reach an … North Sea Salaries Expected To Rise 15%
Interesting piece from our friends at McKinsey Preparing for a new era of knowledge work – McKinsey Quarterly – Economic Studies – Productivity & Performance.
This caught my eye – you know how it does – through the inevitable and increasing reference to ‘skills gap’ in today’s business lexicon. I quote the writer Dan …. The notion of a “skills gap” — the mismatched abilities … Actively working at WNY “skills gap” – Buffalo – Business First
One that caught my eye : Let’s Stop Thinking about Ladders from The Center for the Study of the Workplace.