Workforce Webinar Nov 8: Radical Changes of Performance Management

Rethinking performance management systems is top of mind for many HR professionals. In this spotlight webinar on November 8, 2017, Anna Tavis, associate professor of human capital management at NYU...


Celebrate Your HR Success with a Workforce Optimas Award

Has your organization faced a business challenge such as rapid growth, regulatory action, merger, etc. Did that challenge provided a springboard for a workforce management initiative integral to the...


Workforce Focus on Benefits Nov. 9, 2015 in Boston

Workforce magazine is pleased to invite you and your colleagues to an exploration of the future of benefits management. Designed by the editors of Workforce magazine in conjunction with researchers...


Workforce Optimas Awards nomination deadline August 10, 2015

Since 1991, the Optimas Awards have been a source of ideas, direction and inspiration for human resources professionals. The Optimas Awards celebrate HR’s success at solving some of the biggest...


Workforce 2015 Game Changers Nominations

The Game Changers Awards were developed to recognize innovative rising stars for their positive impact on the present and future of the HR profession. "Since 2011, the Workforce Game Changers Awards...


Human Capital Media New Vision and Website

Human Capital Media (HCM) publishes Chief Learning Officer, Talent Management and Workforce magazines and conducts critical industry research through the Human Capital Media Advisory Group. HCM also...


Participate in Workforce magazine's State of the Industry survey until Dec 17

Workforce Magazine is conducting an HR State of the Industry study on employee wellness and engagement. The magazine would like to identify the top challenges, priorities and 2015 investment plans for...


The HR/Talent industry on the life and death of Robin Williams

Tributes to Robin William are flooding the Internet. Many have found his work to be inspiring in relation to mentoring and creativity. Others suggest that lessons should be learned from his death....