HR Retail 2018

April 10-April 12, 2018

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HR Retail Director's Report

The instant gratification culture of today’s world has a large impact on the ecommerce landscape. In this environment, small and medium sized businesses struggle to balance their fulfillment operations and the urgency of consumer demands. Not only does it require quick staffing with low labor pools, it requires more concentrated employee development and retention efforts. Larger retailers with sophisticated ecommerce strategies are in fact becoming tech companies but struggle to brand themselves as such to the sparsely populated STEM talent pool. The competition for such talent with transferrable skills is cut-throat as retailers compete with companies from across industries and verticals.

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HR Retail 2017 Attendee List

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Leveraging Digital Mediums to Engage and Retain Employees


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In the 2016 HR Retail Webinar hosted by Kronos Incorporated, human resources leadership from Home Depot, West Marine, and Walgreens shared their insights in response to questions about some of the driving concerns in technology implementation alongside human resources initiatives today:
  • Increasing Employee Engagement
  • Attracting High Technology Talent
  • Digital Engagement with New Hires
  • Adopting Learning and Mobile Tools
  • Innovative Social Media Initiatives
  • New Legal Compliance Challenges

How Data and Technology Change the Game for HR

A brief synopsis of the results from the 2017 HR Retail Benchmark Survey. WBR surveyed HR managers, directors and VPs/C-levels of major retail organizations on a variety of HR subjects. Here are their views, along with our insights.