How diverse is your organization’s workforce? How seriously does your HR department take equal opportunity hiring? Are all individuals given the same opportunity to advance their careers? Many companies are in danger of missing out on the benefits that come with inclusion by not prioritizing equality in the workplace.
Is your workforce is equipped with the skills required to enter new markets? As HR leaders of an expanding global organization, you need to know—but how can you tell? Discerning how knowledgeable your staff is about other cultures, customs and communication norms is vital to a successful entrance into a new region.
The need for better employee engagement and productivity has become pressing in an international marketplace. Forward-thinking organisations are responding to this by structuring themselves in a more responsive and flexible way. In this video for the HRDIRECTOR, Armin Hopp, Founder and President of Speexx looks at the rise of a virtual team and how HR professionals can support them.
Every fall, Speexx organises a knowledge exchange and networking opportunities for HR professionals. Core of the exchange is the presentation of best practice projects by global companies and creating takeaways to implement in your organisation. In November 2016, we meet with HR professionals in Paris, Berlin and Shanghai.
Culture and management matter a great deal to Americans on the search for a job, whereas their European counterparts have slightly different interests in mind.
The Need for Glocalization When describing Speexx as a global online language training solution with local support, we often use the term glocalization. I would really love to claim this one for myself but actually, it first appeared in the late 1980s in articles [...]