The third innovateworkTO is happening this Thursday, August 17. Here’s the second of a two-part interview with innovateworkTO sponsor Roy Pereira, CEO at Zoom.ai. To read the first part of the interview, visit our partner title, hrgazette.com. Roy Pereira began his first startup after attending Carleton University’s computer science program. Since then he’s created several startups and worked with numerous tech companies based in Ottawa, Silicon Valley, and Toronto. While at Cisco
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There’s no doubt that technology is affecting the future of work. The growth of technology within the last decade is indescribable. The innovation of technology created jobs that we never expected such as product management and search engine marketing. Jobs such as data scientists, data change agents, and data architects will be in demand more than ever. However, what are the consequences of the technological revolution? Will technology wipe out
There are tons of reasons why we should be excited for the future world of work. Throughout the last decade, we’ve seen some incredible changes in the workforce, and that’s not the end of it. Research shows that by 2030, millennials will make up more than 75% of management. Since this generation works differently, they will change the status quo of work. Millennials will work through more innovation and change than
Gaming isn’t always viewed as a beneficial activity. Many people view playing video games as a source of leisure and entertainment. However, gaming has a lot more to offer and impacts the way we work. Video games aren’t just for fun; they demonstrate innovation, virtual reality, and a collaboration of technologies today – an important concept of how we work, especially with our colleagues. Every game that is introduced to
Day by day, technology including the types of tech HR managers use, the experiences that are delivered through the systems, as well as the changes of software designs. That being said, HR is being reshaped rapidly through one the of most disruptive periods in years as many recruiters, and HR managers are more open to adopting new technology solutions and practices to be more efficient. Thanks to recruitment software and
Employer Branding In today’s connected world, social media is one of the most powerful communication tools we have at our fingertips. Whether used for connecting with friends, professional networking or even recruiting new talent the possibilities are big. If you’re not still tapping into the power of social media and social selling then you’re falling behind. Recruiting Top Sales Talent When it comes to recruiting top sales talent there
Technology has been changing the nature of work for years and has disrupted many industries and created new ones. Computing and widespread connectivity are prime examples of decentralizing in the workforce. So now you may ask, is the digital disruption a good thing or a bad thing? A report by Ardent Partners showed that 30% of organization workforces are non-full-time employees, and this is expected to grow to 50%
Rob Catalano and I – with the support of WorkTango, The HR Gazette, and WorkingTech – launched the innovateworkTO series on May 16 and I’m pleased to announce that the first event was a great success! There were awesome speakers, a passionate panel debate and lots of networking. Thanks again to our amazing supporters, sponsors, and attendees. On June 20 we are back for the second edition. The June event
The CPSA’s Recruitment and Talent podcast launched this month – promising to tackle the full talent process as it relates to sales people. Topics considered include: attracting, hiring, onboarding, training, measuring, rewarding and even replacing team members. WorkingTech’s very own Kevin W Grossman is the show’s host. Guests include: Mario Martinez Jr, Lori Richardson, Dave Brock and Molly Fletcher. The Recruitment and Talent show is produced and distributed by the Canadian
Throughout the years, the shift of technology in Human Resources has been enormous, and many experts believe core disruptions are expected in the future. It is evident that people management will continue to play a huge role in determining the success of the business, such as aligning personal aspirations with the organizational direction. Organizations must be prepared to make certain changes and set up their talent and enterprise for success.