The ACF International provides a forum for sharing ideas and knowledge which contribute to building and enhancing the reputation and quality of the European career management industry.
Women in leadership roles are quitting at faster rate than ever
Female workers are still less likely to be promoted to top positions. Women are leaving the top ranks of companies at higher rates than ever before — as female employees remain less likely to get promoted into leadership roles in the first place.
CRANET Study Report 2022 – HRM In Switzerland, People and Practices
As member of the Cranfield Network on International HRM (CRANET), the University of Lucerne – through its Center for Human Resource Management – explores current and future human resource management challenges and trends.
ILO downgrades labour market recovery forecast for 2022
The ILO’s World Employment and Social Outlook Trends 2022 report warns of a slow and uncertain recovery, as the pandemic continues to have a significant impact on global labour markets.
Values-Based Leadership in Action
Values-based leadership is both a leadership style and philosophy that builds on the shared beliefs and assumptions of the leader and the team.
Invest in job satisfaction, and the results will come automatically
Work performance and happiness are like a chicken and egg: which comes first? A major US study provides answers.
Diversity and inclusion: more than good employment practices
Being a good employer involves diversity and inclusion in the workplace. It also improves your company’s performance. How do you make your workplace more diverse?
Passionate employees do not always deliver the best performance
Are you sure you are looking for passionate employees? Research has shown that it is not a foregone conclusion that enthusiasm will actually benefit the company.
Unemployment in the Euro area drops further
According to the European statistics office Eurostat, unemployment in the euro area fell to 6.8 percent in March, the lowest level ever recorded in the bloc of countries. For the European Union as a whole, it is 6.2 percent of the working population.
‘Back to human’: Why HR leaders want to focus on people again
Chief human-resource officers in Europe say a shift to employee-centric policies is long overdue. The pandemic is a big factor in their thinking, but process fatigue has been building for some time.
Where will Switzerland be working after the COVID-19 pandemic?
As the coronavirus pandemic hit, companies turned to remote working as an experiment – unplanned, but largely successful. Now, many employees want to stay in their home office at least part of their working time.