Connect with Content: HR & #TheFutureOfWork: the best of times, not the worst of times
At HRbuilders, we’re committed to connecting great HR people and finding the right match in 48h for companies in urgent need of an HR professional. We also want to support HR in staying ahead of the curve and that’s why - every week - we provide you with valuable curated content - that we carefully collect from articles online and international conferences on HR, talent management & the future of work, molding it into a weekly mash-up #ConnectWithContent> Click to continue
Connect with Content: Never Stop Learning
For this week’s #ConnectWithContent, we dug into some great content about the importance of LifeLong Learning, the role that HR has to play in supporting the workforce to become lifelong learners, why HR has to lead by example, adopting a lifelong learning attitude themselves and what you, as a professional can do yourself. We made a mashup of 5 articles and included to links at the end of the article if you want to dive in deeper….> Click to continue
Connect with Content: A fulfilled life or a work-filled life?
As 2019 draws to a close, we decided to look ahead for this week’s #ConnectWithContent & we distilled some predictions on the future of freelancing, trying to find out whether or not freelancing will be the future of employment.
At HRbuilders we have seen the freelance economy take off in Belgium and Europe and we're convinced freelancing is on the rise. That’s why we are committed to building freelance careers and connecting HR freelancers to challenging assignments.
But that doesn’t mean we think we’re all fated to become independent contractors or solopreneurs.
So, No, We Won’t All Be Freelancers In The Future Of Work
Enjoy the read and reach out to us if you have a temporary gap in HR or if you want to become an HR freelancer
Connect with Content: The war on Walls
For this week’s #ConnectWithContent, we dug into the pros and cons of open office spaces and we discovered that - contrary to common belief - the volume of face-to-face interaction decreases significantly and rather than prompting vibrant collaboration, open architecture seems to trigger a natural human response to socially withdraw from officemates and interact over email and instant messages instead. We also found that success with open offices may have as much to do with how people feel about the space — something called place identity — as with the space itself.> Click to continue