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Compensating Top Talent: Expense or Investment? New HCI Research Explores

March 19, 2014 | David O'Connell | HCI

A company’s two greatest expenses are its investment in their technology and people. In today’s business landscape, companies are looking to operate in a more cost-efficient manner. Have companies started to look at their greatest investment as their greatest expense? 

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2014 Best Companies for Leaders Infographic

January 20, 2014

Each year since 2005, Chief Executive has sought to identify those companies that excel in leadership development. In partnership with Chally Group Worldwide, a Dayton, Ohio-based sales and leadership talent-management firm, and with the Human ...

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Introducing Talent Pulse: HCI Signature Research Survey Now Open

December 16, 2013 | Jenna Filipkowski | HCI

You can’t escape it. It’s covered daily in the media and is a topic of discussion during your family holiday dinners and parties. The Affordable Care Act, commonly referred to as Obamacare, continues to be a hot topic of discussion and debate. But how does it affect your work now and how will it in the future?

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#HCIresearch Infographic on Talent Mobility

October 21, 2013

Leading organizations are devoting more attention than ever before to Talent Mobility. This strategic focus encompasses the readiness for talent movement and the management process of shifting talent across an organization’s projects, ...

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Eight Common Recruiting Myths, Debunked

September 17, 2013

There are as many different opinions about how to ‘hire the best’ as there are techniques deployed within organizations to attract, select and hire top talent. With these differences comes natural bias; one firm will strongly believe ...

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How Family-Friendly Is Your Workplace?

April 8, 2013 | Jenna Filipkowski | HCI

In the global competition for talent, organizations often distinguish themselves by offering attractive benefits to their employees. One increasingly popular way to do this is to offer family-friendly benefits, like on-site child care. Employers’ family-friendly programs also must ensure employee retention, satisfaction, and productivity, which would constitute a return on investment for the employer.

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