Data and Analytics

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Recruiting decisions aren’t limited to selecting the right candidates. With comprehensive analytics, you can identify the talent you’ll need, the pools with the right candidates, and methods to evaluate for fit. Don’t be intimidated by big data. Learn how you can develop people intelligence so you find the available skilled talent you need quickly and at a lower cost.

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Creating an Employer Brand that Stands Out

A recent survey at Axial, a NYC-based technology company, asked employees, “What do we do well here?" Ninety percent of responses mentioned the positive culture and the people that they hire. A response like this doesn't happen ... Read more
White Paper

Make Your HR Data Actionable Now!

White Paper | Published: 3 days ago
When it comes to extracting the real value locked inside their HR data, most companies haven't yet figured out how to begin. According to Josh Bersin, Founder and Principal of Bersin by Deloitte, "Only 14 percent of the companies we ... Read more
Blog

Disrupting a Tradition: The Only Engagement Number You Need to Know

Blog | Author: Tracey Smith | Source: HCI | Published: April 21, 2015
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In October 2014, an article entitled, “Analytics Leaders Discuss New Trends,” recapped the discussions of a Talent Analytics Leadership Roundtable hosted by Northwestern University. Identified in these trends was the need to overhaul employee engagement measurement. Many organizations have moved from an annual measurement in favour of a continual one. I agree with that change because the engagement score is incredibly sensitive to when people answer the survey relative to such factors as recent business events and even the weather.

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White Paper

Improve Your Quality of Hire

White Paper | Published: April 8, 2015
Today, the ability to efficiently identify, hire and onboard quality talent is imperative. The problem for many organizations today is that they place a strong emphasis on the efficiency of the process with relatively little attention paid to the ... Read more