Josh Bersin

Josh Bersin writes HRE’s HR in the Flow of Work column. Bersin is an analyst, author, educator and thought leader focusing on the global talent market and the challenges and trends impacting business workforces around the world. He can be emailed at hreletters@lrp.com.

In times of economic stress, pay practices take a front row seat

Pay and benefit strategies are dynamic, strategic business tools that can impact employment brand, retention and overall business strategy. 

Josh Bersin book excerpt: How HR can help orgs ‘thrive, grow and inspire’

Read an excerpt from 'Irresistible: The Seven Secrets of the World's Most Enduring, Employee-Focused Organizations' by analyst and thought leader Josh Bersin.

What the explosion of non-routine work means for HR

Instead of using automation to replace jobs, employers should be leveraging tech to improve them.

These are the next-gen HCM solutions that are on the near horizon

Expanding on his HR Tech Conference keynote this week, Josh Bersin highlights where we're seeing the most promise in the HCM vendor market.

What’s the next phase for corporate learning?

New Josh Bersin Academy research points to an evolution from learning to growth.

What 4 recent HR tech deals say about the future of skills

The skills revolution took center stage in a number of acquisitions announced in June.

Josh Bersin: New jobs report doesn’t suggest a recession to me

This isn't looking like a recession, the industry analyst writes. Instead, 'the role of human capital in the economy is continuing to rise.'

Performance management for today? Simple, relevant and in the flow of work

This old, often-hated, but important process is ready for change.

Insights from Josh Bersin: How to hire in a cooling market

Many employers have lost their discipline while seeking talent and instead have hired out of desperation. Four ways to hire right now.

Buying HR technology? You should start at the top of the stack

In today's market, the reality for many organizations is that 'time and resources are best invested in improving the experience,' writes global industry analyst Josh Bersin.

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