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Recruiting for Cultural Alignment

March 15, 2012 | Courtney Robinson | HCI

Decreased customer satisfaction, low productivity, high turn-over, and dissatisfied employees are a few of the consequences a bad hire can have on an organization. Developing a creative sourcing and recruiting strategy is one way to prevent these results. Competencies and attributes necessary to be successful in a position go beyond skills sets and educational experience.

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How to Reduce Excessive Employee Turnover

September 27, 2011 | Jeff Labrador, Hailey Herleman

While a certain amount of turnover is healthy in any organization, excessive voluntary turnover indicates a serious structural problem.  What can organizations do to ensure their best talent isn't leaving in droves?

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Ready for the Future of Assessment?

February 8, 2011

As businesses plan for a productive and profitable future, placing the right talent in the right position is critical to the bottom line and overall success of the organization. The current practice for evaluating candidates consists of ...

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Talent Management: A “Best-in-Class” Selection Strategy

December 14, 2010 | David Millner

Any talent management framework or strategy needs to have a clearly defined selection strategy that aligns with the broader organizational talent demands and encourages best practice processes and procedures that ensure consistency and fair treatment for all of those involved.

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