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Learning and development are more than personal career choices—today, an organization’s ability to deliver effective learning and development programs directly impacts employee engagement and productivity. Over the last eight years, research from Quantum Workplace shows an increase in managers caring about employee development, but a decrease in employees’ knowledge about development opportunities. For learning and development to have a measurable impact on the business, organizations must close this gap.
Want to stir things up next time you find yourself chatting with your colleagues in talent acquisition? Mention the skills gap. Interestingly, the topic of a ‘skills gap’ is drawing much controversy within talent acquisition circles. ...Read more
We know finding the right candidate for a critical role is imperative to organizations, giving them a competitive advantage that ultimately results in their overall success.
While we know third-party recruiting plays a critical role in this ...
The ability to detect, investigate, and stop sexual harassment can impact productivity, engagement, turnover, and a host of other key performance indicators. Taking proper actions to uncover, prevent, and correct certain behaviors is not only a ...Read more
Getting the most value out of your employee relations case management process begins with having an actual employee relations case management process. One that’s not just efficient but effective and impactful. One that replaces rudimentary ...Read more
More than ever, you need to know what’s going on in your organization. You need to manage employee relations as if your business depends on it. Because it does. A single employee issue can easily cost you in time, legal fees and damages, ...Read more
OKRs (Objectives and Key Results) are gaining momentum rapidly. Executives are witnessing the power of this effective goal-setting approach and seeing measureable results. Here, we’ve gathered all of the most frequently-asked OKR questions ...Read more
These are real mistakes we’ve seen companies make. And these not only derailed the OKR goals process but, even worse so, made it nearly impossible for the CEOs and executives to try to set objectives at their companies successfully ever ...Read more
Learn how small and midsize companies have HR advantages and more agility to react to employee and market trends. Digital HR, using cloud-based models, can help them capitalize on advantages by leveling the playing field for recruiting, ...Read more
Involving the HR department in digital transformation projects is no longer a nice to have but a must-have. IDC research indicates that among HR professionals and line-of-business (LOB) managers, there is this common idea: HR is critical to the ...Read more
Are you actively planning for the HR digital revolution? The HR digital revolution is here and moving at rapid speed, and organizations are looking for new, effective, productive ways to meet the evolving demands of doing business— agility, ...Read more
HR departments are facing a storm of change. Employees expect consumer-grade tools and personalized experiences. Business strategies require new digital skills and proactive workforce development to keep up with a highly competitive, disruptive, ...Read more
In recent years, leading companies have begun ousting their annual reviews and replacing them with a more agile form of performance management: ongoing, real-time feedback. In fact, nearly 10% of Fortune 500 companies have already made the shift ...Read more
Most companies are struggling to develop leaders internally. In a study published by DDI in partnership with the Conference Board and Ernst & Young, the top challenge facing CEOs today is developing a bench of next generation leadership.Read more
In a survey of 1,500 employees and 1,500 senior decision makers, we've discovered 82% of managers report that they prioritise showing timely appreciation and thanks to employees who have done good work.Read more
Employee experience is ranked among the very top priorities for organizational leaders this year, yet engagement remains low. Gallup reported only one-third of employees are engaged at work, despite over $700 million invested in the past year in ...Read more
Your software needs to be both powerful and flexible, with insight and guidance that goes well beyond an online library of how-to guides. You need a technology partner who is committed to your program’s success, from onboarding and setup ...Read more
Annual appraisals are increasingly on their way out, leaving in their wake a need for a more agile solution to performance management. From GE to Deloitte, leading companies are finding that the formal yearly review is problematic for a number of ...Read more
Being a manager is tough; some say, so tough that it’d be nice if organizations could somehow run well without them. But they can’t.