US Hays Journal Issue 19

Hays Journal
Issue 19


Employee monitoring, benefits of a neurodiverse workforce, and opening the conversation on mental health starting with leaders setting an example for their employees. These are just a few of the topics covered in Issue 19 of our Hays Journal, our award-winning publication featuring expert insights from PwC, Gympass, MIT, and Headspace.
 

What is the Hays Journal?

 
The Hays Journal is a bi-annual publication providing global insight and news for HR, recruitment professionals and hiring managers on the ever-changing world of work.
 

Articles in this issue:

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Flexible Talent

The makeup of the workforce is changing. An Oxford Economics and SAP Survey found that non-permanent staff now accounts for roughly 42% of workforce spending. But as demand increases, how can businesses attract these workers when they need them?
 

Spectrum of Skills

Neurodiverse employees can bring many benefits to businesses. So what steps can organizations take to help them to thrive in their workplace?
 
 


 

Data Exchange

In 2015 only 30% of companies were monitoring workers. This had risen to 50% by 2018 and this was predicted to reach 80% by 2020 (Gartner). While many workers may have considered this an invasion of their privacy in the past, new research indicates this perception is changing to a more positive one.

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