The unfounded ideas about “Millennials” occupy a lot of human resources professionals, anxious to recruit and retain young workers, who are said to be more “fickle” and “in search of meaning”. But are all these theories about different generations just a big con? This is essentially what the journalist Vincent Cocquebert explains in his book Millennial Burnout: X, Y, Z… how the “generation” scam consumes youth (2019), in which he castigates generational stereotypes.
We've selected the most interesting books about the future of work and HR and summed up the main ideas in them to give you inspiration and help you innovate in HR and management.
Have you ever heard of “commuting”? In his book Rush Hour: How 500 million commuters survive the daily journey to work, Iain Gately writes about the history of…
In his book, Daniel Coyle identifies some of the key factors that help produce team cohesion.
We need more sleep to do better work. We need work-life balance to be creative. 80 hours a week is not sustainable. Megalomania is dangerous. The practical advice they offer aims to convince entrepreneurs, managers and HR people, that “crazy” shouldn’t be the new norm.
The 100-Year Life: Living and Working in an Age of Longevity (2016) is a thought-provoking book for individuals, corporations and governments to understand the implications of increased longevity.
Steal like an Artist, an inspiring book for creative class workers in the digital age ! Kleon’s 10 principles will help readers develop their artistic side and build a more creative life while being inspired by others.
Bullshit Jobs: A Theory (2018) is a provocative book by David Graeber. The latter dissects which jobs have become “work in the con” and why. Ready to take a step back?
Chief Talent Officer for 14 years at Netflix, Patty McCord shares in her book, her experience of management and recruitment techniques that made the success of the famous streaming platform…
A book that allows you to project yourself in the new issues raised by the evolution of the Human Resources sector.
The pay gap between men and women is no longer a secret … But under the cover of discrimination, there is also a predisposition of women not to dare to negotiate. It must change… words of Linda and Sara.