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Fairness in Payroll: “CEO pay in America is ridiculous”

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Foto: Dan Price

Interview with Dan Price, Founder and CEO of Gravity Payments

While some people live at subsistence levels in spite of long and hard working hours, others are rewarded handsomely for similar tasks. Equal pay for equal work is rarely reality. A businessman in the United States refused to accept this and came up with a “crazy” idea: he renounced his million-dollar salary to pay each of his employees at least 70,000 dollars. With his announcement he unleashed a broad debate on the extent to which money is a motivating factor and whether profit as the unique corporate goal has become obsolete. We spoke with Dan Price, CEO of Gravity Payments, who is one of the keynote speakers at Zukunft Personal, the HRM Expo, in Cologne this October. >>MORE>>

The ABC of Employee Experience

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Source: IBM

One of the biggest hits of organisational development in 2015 was the Chief Human Resource Officer of Airbnb becoming Chief Employee Experience Officer. Undoubtedly, over the last years the business world has witnessed the emergence of employee experience management. The trend has been in the focus of researchers, managers and business leaders recently, and it is no coincidence that Europe’s largest exhibition for Human Resource Management, the Zukunft Personal, for its 2016 edition, has chosen this very topic to be in its spotlight.

What do we know about employee experience? What’s in it for HR? More specifically: How can HR take the lead in designing and running employee experience? Keep reading to get to know about the many components of employee experience – from A to Z – that will help you find answers to these questions. >>MORE>>

“The more networking takes off, the more important the individual becomes”

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Photo: Dr. Bernhard von Mutius

Interview with Dr. Bernhard von Mutius, Senior Advisor at HPI School of Design Thinking

How can companies develop new concepts for employees and managers in a world of digital change? There is hardly anyone better to answer this than the future thinker and management coach Dr. Bernhard von Mutius who gained a wealth of experience in Silicon Valley and at MIT many years ago. For the pioneer of “Disruptive Thinking” in German-speaking countries, it is not about emulating missionaries and machine enthusiasts but about pursuing an individual approach for your own culture. He will be presenting his ideas on this topic as keynote speaker at the exhibition PERSONAL2016 Süd in Stuttgart on 10 May.  We spoke to him in advance about “Disruptive Thinking” and the changes that digitalisation will bring about for employers. >>MORE>>

How to drive innovation in your organisation – follow-up #HRMExpo #ZP15

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Photo: HRMExpo 2015 – New To HR Collaboration

In the run-up of the HRM Expo and on-site at the exhibition New To HR was able to speak to a number of (keynote) speakers on their topic area – amongst others to Chris Roebuck, Heiko Fischer and Peter Palme. We produced various videos showing amazing conversations all highlighting that the performance dynamic of your workplace is more important than ever before in today’s global office. For a people engine to run smoothly, all the parts must work together, and one must remember to influence and encourage the workforce for high performance in order to drive innovation in your organisation.  >>MORE>>