What is the role of data in aligning the workforce and training programs? Don't miss out as the presenters review their case study and go through the skill gap analysis process, roles of labor and management, decisions made from the data, and workforce planning.
Do you know what your company’s workforce is going to look like in 5 years? Do you know what skills you need to maintain your business today and guarantee sustainability in the future?
Never before in our history have we seen the workforce in the United States change as rapidly as it is changing today and it will continue to change over the next several years. As employees retire, companies are struggling to capture the knowledge and experience of long time employees. Failing to take advantage of this experience will have the direct effect on future organizational productivity. Knowledge management includes strategies and practices used by an organization to identify, generate, collect, organize, preserve, disseminate, share, and apply critical knowledge in pursuit of the organization’s goals. Leveraging a variety of practices and tools to help organizations capture and facilitate the sharing of knowledge before it is lost.
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The World is Local: A New Model for Human Resources
Despite continued focus on globalization, new research by DHL shows that the world is not as "flat" as once believed. While low cost networking has made it easier than ...
The Millennial generation is hitting the workforce, and the media and organizational leaders have...well, let's just say, concerns. To understand the situation better, Telefónica just released new data on our youngest employees, the ...Read more
Have you stopped for a moment to think about what the market will resemble when Baby Boomers leave the workforce? It’s set to happen in droves as many of these key industry leaders head toward retirement, or at least the next phase of their ...Read more
Pretty much every HR/workplace/talent blog or blogger has at one time or another taken a stab at defining or predicting the 'Workplace of the future' or tried to opine on 'The future of work.'Speculating on the future is ...Read more
Are you prepared to answer the questions, “What are the current skill sets of our employees?” or “What specific training do our employees need?” For those companies who are already having these discussions internally, it ...Read more
New Logo, Same EDSI - EDSI’s new logo is officially here! Thank you for being patient and tuning in throughout the summer to our “sneak previews.” We are excited to share our new logo with our great customers and ...Read more
The question isn't at what age I want to retire, it's at what income. George Foreman
The market has been hearing stories about the coming retirement boom for years now. Many boomers have been holding off their retirement due to the global recession brought on by a liquidity crisis and the bursting of the U.S housing bubble. The recession wiped out large portions of many boomers’ retirement investments and created an incentive for boomers to stay in the job market longer than originally planned. Now that the economy is seeing continued growth in the finance sector, the housing market, and increased hiring, boomers are starting to extricate themselves as soon as finances permit.