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Human resources professionals are crucial to every business’s success because they manage an essential asset in the value chain: the workforce. The chief human resource officer’s responsibilities include building agile and resilient workforces that are a win for all stakeholders: the employer, employee and customers. Nothing has changed about their responsibilities. However, everything has changed around the assumptions of what mindset and skills will be needed.

The Harvard Business Review reports that the CHRO now has the opportunity to expand responsibilities and shape the future of their organization. CHROs and other executives are acknowledging the need to reskill and hire professionals in HR who are aligned with the new reality of a dynamic and fluid workforce. HR is rebalancing from a mostly reactive strategy to a proactive management strategy. The difference comes down to workforce

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Efforts to secure diversity on corporate boards have reached a new level of intensity. Governor Gavin Newsom of California signed a statute into law on Wednesday, September 30, which will require publicly held corporations whose principal executive offices are located in California to satisfy mandated levels of racially, ethnically and other diverse directors beginning in 2021.

By emphasizing the interests of “underrepresented communities,” the new legislation promises to significantly increase the level of boardroom engagement on matters of leadership diversity. In so doing, it serves to broaden existing concepts of diversity to include specific ethnic groups and matters of sexual orientation. It is also a dramatic supplement to 2018 California legislation that required public companies headquartered in the state to assure the appointment of specified numbers of women to the board of directors—a groundbreaking development

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Pay-TV Channels Enter Potemkin Programming Era

September 28, 2020 | programming | No Comments

By now it’s a foregone conclusion that the cable TV networks that have been Hollywood’s primary profit engine for decades are in a state of secular decline as entertainment conglomerates shift their energies to launching streaming platforms.

But just how this decline is being managed by these businesses while they continue to operate these channels has become painfully clear recently. 

Consider 2020 the beginning of pay TV’s Potemkin era: Programmers’ M.O. is to pull back content resources for cable channels and hope viewers won’t notice or care about the difference.

Just look at Paramount Network, which ViacomCBS disclosed last week is rebranding to reflect new focus on a made-for-TV original movie powerhouse at the expense of airing unscripted programming and long-form scripted series. 

Then there’s NBCUniversal’s once mighty cable portfolio, which The Wall Street Journal exposed last week is living on borrowed time as brands like Syfy and Oxygen

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Pay TV Channels Enter Potemkin Programming Era

September 28, 2020 | programming | No Comments

By now it’s a foregone conclusion that the cable TV networks that have been Hollywood’s primary profit engine for decades are in a state of secular decline as entertainment conglomerates shift their energies to launching streaming platforms.

But just how this decline is being managed by these businesses while they continue to operate these channels has become painfully clear recently. 

Consider 2020 the beginning of pay TV’s Potemkin era: Programmers’ M.O. is to pull back content resources for cable channels and hope viewers won’t notice or care about the difference.

Just look at Paramount Network, which ViacomCBS disclosed last week is rebranding to reflect a new focus on made-for-TV original movie powerhouse at the expense of airing unscripted programming and long-form scripted series. 

Then there’s NBCUniversal’s once mighty cable portfolio, which The Wall Street Journal exposed last week is living on borrowed time as brands like Syfy and Oxygen

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The Era of Electronic Gadgets

May 2, 2020 | gadget | No Comments

Have you ever pondered what our lives would be without electronic gadgets? Our lives would come to a standstill without the use of electric devices. Electronic gadgets, nowadays, are no doubt a blessing of God. Thanks to the development in science and technology, brand new technological gadgets are being sold like hot-cakes in the marketplaces and online!

Consumer electronics consist of electronic equipment intended for everyday use like communications, education, work productivity and entertainment. If you are in search of buying a new electronic equipment for domestic use or for professional purposes, for educational institutions or business centers, websites and online advertisements can help you a lot to buy, sitting within the comforts of your home!

By using search engines, you can easily track websites and find lots of information on cool new electronics and the hottest new electronic gadgets such as phones, computers, digital cameras, TVs, stereos, video-games, HDTV, … Read More