How to identify strong talent internally and strategies for re-engaging them
Tactics for recruiting outstanding talent, and retaining them
How your recruiting efforts contribute to creating a high performance environment and strong company culture
According to recent HCI research, 67% of HR practitioners are concerned about low engagement. And rightly so—a recent Gallup poll suggests that disengaged workers cost US businesses up to $350 billion per year in lost productivity.
Employee engagement has two sides—the internal characteristics that define a high performer, and the environment required for that high performer to truly flourish. Simply stated, engaged talented people in an environment where they are empowered to succeed will propel an organization towards long term growth.
Watch this webcast to see how leaders can craft recruitment strategies that close talent gaps, maximize talent that already exists in the organization, and lead new recruits and veteran employees towards a high performance culture.
Employment branding is an essential part of any modern organization’s talent acquisition strategy. A successful employment brand strategy does more than build awareness of career opportunities; it tells the company’s story and ...
Candidate experience is more than just a collection of well-managed touchpoints. Join talent acquisition thought leaders and practitioners for a discussion on what's working well in their worlds and how they got to a place where a positive candidate experience resonates beyond the hire date.