Why rewriting traditional internal development strategy is imperative to global growth
How to gain executive leadership buy-in and support when innovating internal learning & development
Steps you can take to provide your employees with valuable learning programs that encourage growth and diverse idea sharing
With workforce models evolving and economic outlooks shifting—retaining engaged employees is more important than ever. In fact, some studies predict that losing a salaried employee can cost a company as much as 2 times the employee's annual salary in rehiring expenses. Therefore, building an ongoing and effective learning and development initiative will not only attract top talent but can encourage internal employee growth and retention. Join Cynthia Cancio, WilsonHCG’s Vice President of Employee Engagement as she discusses why investing in learning and development is key to employee engagement, global business growth, and innovation.
Join WilsonHCG's John Blowers and Andrew Gadomski of Aspen Advisors as they explore the role of strategic workforce planning and analytics in encouraging business growth. You will learn how workforce planning can help you better identify the ...
Gain insight on utilizing analytics in sync with strategic workforce planning to maintain growth and learn how Talent and People Analytics allow us to bridge the gap and bring together the employee data in the company to overcome specific business problems and plan effectively for the future.
What can we learn from an election year? Even before candidates are officially announced, our opinions of them have been influenced by years of media appearances, interviews, social media profiles and even the opinions of trusted friends and family. This year, I challenge organizations to think about their candidate experiences as though your company is running for office and you want quality talent to vote for you. If you took a look at your company’s website, your value proposition and even your job listings, would you apply to work at your own company? If not, it’s time to reevaluate your candidate experience.