Edición 58, Human Resources

Employability As a Basis of Change in the Management of Human Resources

By: Jesús Yves,

Changes in the labor market as a result of phenomena such as the globalization of the economy and technological advances have become more turbulent and competitive. To cope with these changes, which are increasingly more rapid, companies have chosen to adopt models of flexibility, in which the horizontal mobility and multitasking of workers have been gaining ground. (leer más…)

Edición 57, Human Resources

Employee Assistance Programs: Improve Employees’ Overall Well-being and Guarantee Yourself a Healthy Organization

By: Jing Melanie Xi
Guangdong University of Technology, School of Management

In the minds of today’s managers, it’s common sense that an organization’s employees are its most valuable asset. Keeping a healthy and energetic manpower force may mean the difference between success and crisis, or even failure, in a business operation.

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Edición 57, Human Resources

The Aging Population and Human Resources Management: Opportunities and Challenges

By: Ph.D. Carlos María Alcover
Universidad Rey Juan Carlos
Madrid, España

The last two decades have brought rapid and significant socio-demographic, economic and labor market transformations. Increased longevity and the combined decrease in the mortality and birth rate define the current demographic transition.

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