How Human-Centric Leadership Made Chiara Ferragni A Successful Businesswoman

Some people know her as The Blonde Salad, others, as one of the most powerful public figures of today’s fashion world. I personally know Chiara Ferragni as the perfect example of a successful female entrepreneur, and as a leader who is not afraid to be human. In reflection of this year’s Women’s History activism, forContinue reading “How Human-Centric Leadership Made Chiara Ferragni A Successful Businesswoman”

Why It’s Time for More Employer Branding in “Developing” Countries

Employer brand represents an organization’s reputation as a place to work. It’s based on an Employee Value Proposition (EVP), which is the sum of offerings the organization can provide in return for the skills of the talent it employs. Once an organization’s employer brand is established, traditional branding and marketing activities then follow to ensureContinue reading “Why It’s Time for More Employer Branding in “Developing” Countries”

Q&A With Antoinet Van Dalen On How HR Departments Can Support Women’s Day

As everyone into the topic of Gender Equality knows, March 8th 2021 is Women’s Day. This annual event is dedicated to spreading awareness about gender equality and women’s rights around the globe, and as every Human of HR knows, it’s a great day to reflect on the issues women have faced throughout history in the world of work.

Fireside talks to The Humans of HR’s Founder on the importance of Digital Entrepreneurship

Fireside, a startup dedicated to promoting gender balance in european workplaces, recently interviewed The Humans of HR’s Founder, Rossina Gitto, on her journey to becoming an entrepreneur and on the importance of Digital Entrepreneurship in times of COVID-19. Interested in learning more? Click on the following link to access the interview on Fireside’s website:

Gender Diverse Hiring Practices: closing the gap between companies & candidates

Through my experience as a founder of a solutions-based platform for workplace gender balance in the tech sector, I regularly speak with companies about their challenge to hire more women. I work to solve the challenges that arise when hiring women in positions where they are underrepresented at one hand, and more specifically, with femaleContinue reading “Gender Diverse Hiring Practices: closing the gap between companies & candidates”

Women, Work, and COVID-19: Why We Need To Rely On Sisterhood More Than Ever

2020 has been a year unlike any other. While the impact of the COVID-19 crisis is horizontal in a certain way (United Nations, 2020), as it affects the worldwide population from an economic, social and political aspect, it’s abundantly clear that it hits each one of us differently. The impact of Covid-19 turns out to beContinue reading “Women, Work, and COVID-19: Why We Need To Rely On Sisterhood More Than Ever”

A Human-Centric Workplace Reading List By The Humans of HR

It’s the end of the year, a hectic one to say the least, and The Humans of HR, including myself, couldn’t think of a better time to sit down and relax with a new inspirational and/or educational human-centric workplace book. For that reason, I have built a list of different resources for our readers, whereContinue reading “A Human-Centric Workplace Reading List By The Humans of HR”

All The Things You Need to Know About Gender Inequality at Work

Today, September 18th 2020, is the first ever International Equal Pay Day declared by the United Nations (2020). It’s difficult to believe that we waited so long to declare this day as an important one, and that it really is that hard to understand that women need to be treated and paid equally in theContinue reading “All The Things You Need to Know About Gender Inequality at Work”

Why HR Professionals Should Work On Preventing Workplace Bullying

For those of you that don’t know, September 10th has been declared by the World Health Organization (2020) as the international day of suicide prevention. At The Humans of HR, we want to raise awareness on people-centric issues that occur in workplaces. One of them is psychological harassment, which is formally known at work asContinue reading “Why HR Professionals Should Work On Preventing Workplace Bullying”

Why Your Company Should Embrace Organizational Change: The Case of Patagonia

If there’s something the COVID-19 pandemic has taught the world, it’s that very small things, as small as a virus, can create big changes and make a huge impact. Change can be difficult, stressful, and overwhelming, but it’s inevitable and both leaders and teams of organizations need to develop specific skills to manage it. Although organizationalContinue reading “Why Your Company Should Embrace Organizational Change: The Case of Patagonia”