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Dr. John Sullivan, CEO of Dr. John Sullivan & Associates shares that the HR metrics that are being gathered today are capturing past trends and do not necessarily provide an accurate prediction of what is to come. In today’s VUCA ...Read more
You know those jobs that take forever to fill because you never get enough qualified applicants? The problem may be easier to solve than you think. Quite often, employers use their internal job titles on external job listings. The problem? ...Read more
The HR blogo-sphere is filled with talk about the value Big Data and mobile technology are adding to the discipline of human capital management. But what what is the real extent of this usage? Jamie Womack of CareerBuilder shares a few insights ...Read more
How do you know you're tracking the right metrics in your strategic workforce planning? Mick Collins, Principle Consultant for Workforce Analytics and Planning at SuccessFactors an SAP Company shares a few examples of how various ...Read more
Mick Collins is Principle Consultant of Workforce Planning & Analytics at SuccessFactors an SAP company. We sat down with him recently to discuss the historical context of workforce planning and moved onto a look at the types of ...Read more
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