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HR technology is one of the key areas we’ve seen significantly evolve over the past few years. Financial and resource investment in this area is also growing, as technology has created the real opportunity for HR to drive positive business ...Read more
Your record on diversity and inclusion is under scrutiny, not only among the talent you need to attract and retain, but consumers and investors as well.Read more
The struggle to transfer new skills to the workplace is a constant frustration in Learning and Development (L&D). Traditional classroom training can be designed and delivered with excellence although oftentimes, it cannot get us over the new skills transfer finish line, particularly with a mission-critical skill set like leading change in the workplace.
Only the best salespeople can deliver superior results month after month. Find a candidate with superstar traits and your organization will outperform on revenue and turn prospects into raving fans.Read more
At its core, AI—like every automation technology in the past—is designed to increase efficiency. By letting machines perform time consuming, repetitive, and manual processes, like screening candidates, finding candidate information, ...Read more
We all know engaged employees are happier, but how exactly does happiness impact a company’s bottom line? We set out to answer this question in our current collaboration with Lighthouse Research and Advisory, a human capital research and advisory services firm focused on talent and learning technology, strategy and innovation.
The national average for time-to-hire is climbing, according to the Wall Street Journal. U.S. employers are taking an average of 25 working days to fill vacant positions. This is the highest time-to-hire average for companies of all sizes since ...Read more
Due to the complexity in today’s marketplace and the challenge of increasing both efficiency and growth simultaneously, many businesses are turning to matrix organizations for solutions. However, when you introduce a matrix structure into your ...Read more
The majority of today’s leaders are failing to handle a more complex and volatile business environment; HR teams must think about the context in which leaders work.
PwC is pleased to share with you our Pension/OPEB 2017 Assumption and Disclosure Study. This study represents our analysis of the 2016 yearend assumptions and disclosures under ASC 715-20, ASC 715-30, and ASC 715-60.
We analyzed data for 100 ...Read more
The healthcare industry prides itself on embracing the latest advancements in technology to improve patient care, but there are critical processes within the industry that have lagged behind. Provider credentialing is one of them.
Now, recent ...
It goes without saying that successful HR functions are strategic: they play a vocal role in critical business decisions and directly manage or impact a majority of most companies’ expenses. Indeed, in today’s resource-competitive environment CEOs are increasingly looking for the CHRO to play a more critical role in influencing business outcomes.
Many organizations simply have no idea how their company uses recruiting agencies. That means 20 to 30 percent of your recruiting budget disappears without any understanding of how and why it was used.
Most recruiting leaders have a deep ...
Technology — and the right IT talent — can be a true competitive differentiator for today’s institutions of higher ed. Everything from eLearning and self-service student information systems to ubiquitous, reliable Wi-Fi can make ...Read more
After learning who to assess, and how to assess, the potential impact of a coaching model that supports the business, as discussed in Building Block 1, managers must take another step: uncover the best way to create the infrastructure to roll out the coaching program, including how to gather the right stakeholders and communicate the plan.
Senior executives don't make it to the top by chance. Successful C-level leaders share distinct personality traits that help them climb the ranks of corporate leadership. So what does it take to be great?Read more
Mass retirement of Baby Boomers and inadequate succession planning present an opportunity for coaching in the workplace. First-time people managers, along with Millennials in executive leadership positions, are primed to benefit from partnering ...Read more
As the War for Talent intensifies, employers around the world are fighting tooth and nail to increase their access to top talent. This, along with other legal, political and social factors, is a major driver behind the increased focus on the Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual and Transgender (LGBT+) talent segments. In a recent HCI research report, 84% of organizations saw diversity and inclusion as a “strategic opportunity rather than a problem to be solved.” But what’s the most effective way to engage with this talent segment?
This report is focused on the 2016 activity of the Pharmaceutical and Biotechnology companies in the BountyJobs marketplace. From aggregate activity by employers to the geographic disbursement of jobs across the country, this section helps give a ...Read more
The most underused leverage in a company’s executive suite may be the relationship between its chief financial officer (CFO) and its chief human resources officer (CHRO). In most companies, these two leadership roles are often at odds as ...Read more