2017 trends, extreme talent acquisition and the struggle between HR & marketing

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Welcome to 2017, and your latest round up of HR articles and blogs for you to enjoy over your your morning coffee or lunchtime break.

Let us know what you think of the articles we've shared in the comments below, or tell us what you've enjoyed reading!


Is Universal Basic Income the answer to an automated future? (Peter Diamandis, LinkedIn)

- Deloitte's extreme talent acquisition strategy (Impraise)

What demonetization means for the HR professionals (People Matters)

- Why today's HR is for more than just 'people people' (David Germann, LinkedIn)

- How we work: 6 more trends shaping the future of HR in 2017 (CMS Wire)


- Lessons on leadership and hiring from the Fast Company Innovation Festival (Fast Company)

- Preparing your managers before they start managing people (Modern Learning in Practice)

- What if HR went on strike? Would they be missed? (Paul Drury, LinkedIn)


- Principles for engaging human systems for wellbeing & innovation in a connected world (Jeremy Scrivens, LinkedIn)

Why culture and engagement should be measured differently (Questback)

Encourage your employees to come up with new ideas (Start Up Donut)

The Marketing and HR power-struggle: Who is responsible for brand management? (The Drum)

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