Human Times Shares New HR Media Intelligence Tool With Josh Bersin Academy Members
In a timely new partnership, The Human Times is granting Josh Bersin Academy members free access to its new World of Work global HR media intelligence tool.
World of Work contains over 30,000 summaries of the latest workforce-related news and trends as reported daily across more than 200 respected international news outlets, including Bloomberg, Wall St Journal, Washington Post, Forbes, Fortune, BBC News, The Economist, Financial Times, Reuters, Personnel Today, The Times of India, South Morning China Post, The Sydney Morning Herald, Le Monde/Le Figaro, Bild, and Die Welt. The database is updated daily, with around 150 new stories added each week.
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Subscribers can conduct an unlimited number of searches using various criteria, compile annotated reports for sharing with colleagues and clients by email and use the database to generate tailored news for delivery through their own internal and external networks.
“We couldn’t have a more fitting partner than the Josh Bersin Academy, whose raison d’etre is to connect HR professionals with the latest thinking in a single place,” commented Richard Phelps, founder of Human Times. “The real-life examples and data contained in hard news stories help HR professionals win arguments, affect change and inform better HR decision making at this time of radical disruption.”
“We are delighted to make this important resource available to our members. Now, more than ever, it is important that HR professionals stay up-to-the-minute on the economy, workforce trends, and major employer initiatives around the world.” said Josh Bersin, dean of the Josh Bersin Academy. “The World of Work database gives HR professionals the ability to search for news related to today’s most relevant topics, such as employment, leadership, diversity or compensation and filter by date, region, or industry sector. It’s an important source of news that I use every week.”
A standard subscription to the World of Work is valued at £235 (or approximately $300).
Each story in World of Work is categorized by date, industry, source, region and country. For speedy research through an HR lens, stories are also tagged by over 50 HR topics – including productivity, diversity, employment law, learning and development, HR technology, coronavirus, talent management, remuneration, recruitment, analytics, future of work, wellbeing and HR function.
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