This is HRTch247’s monthly round-up. Take a look at some of the industry insights that were shared on our platform over the last month. We have hand-picked some of the highlights. For a full look at what is going on explore the blog and seminar room.

Top posts for this month

1. Written by Axonify – 4 proven ways to promote a more inclusive work environment


In today’s complex and multi-faceted frontline work environments, organizations need to make and maintain a company-wide, authentic, long-term commitment to ensure every employee from warehouse associates to restaurant and hospitality staff, feels respected, included and valued. If not, they risk being left in the billowing “diversity dishonesty” dust where DEI becomes nothing more than a public-facing buzzword.


2. Written by Globalization Partners – 10 global talent acquisition trends for 2023


Whether you’re testing new markets or scaling your workforce, international hiring can be an exciting yet challenging venture, even for experienced businesses. However, researching cultural nuances, leveraging effective tech tools, and implementing best practices will help streamline the global talent acquisition process.

3. Written by Collaborative Solutions – How technology can help to address core DEI challenges in healthcare


Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion (DEI) have become an increasingly important business priority across industries, and for good reason. According to McKinsey, diverse and inclusive corporations are 35% more likely to outperform their competitors. But it’s an especially critical topic in the healthcare industry. Here, a focus on addressing DEI challenges in healthcare is not just optional or “the right thing.” Instead, it has a tangible impact on patient care and satisfaction. 

4. Written by Avantus Employee Benefits – Why exercise is crucial for company success


It’s well known that exercise has many benefits for both the body and the mind. It is also well known that a sedentary lifestyle can increase the risk of heart disease, cancer and can even cause chronic lower respiratory diseases.

Not only is exercise an effective way to blow off steam and stress, it can actually help improve performance at work. The former president of Starbucks, Michelle Gass, would wake up at 4:30 a.m. every morning to run. Richard Branson, who needs no introduction, frequently starts his day with a morning run. If these business giants swear by exercise, shouldn’t we all be listening?

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