HR Design

An HCI Topic

Your company’s human capital management challenges are unique, but that doesn’t mean you can’t take advantage of best practices developed by leading organizations. HR strategy is the right mix of programs, systems, and team members, and with it, you can get a complete view of your talent. You can also learn how to design talent initiatives that support the entire employee life cycle, from recruitment to retirement.

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Cloud Technology and Nonprofits

What exactly does it mean to be “in the cloud,” and how do you know if cloud solutions are right for your nonprofit? Cloud technologies are enabling nonprofits around the world to address more needs in more places than ever ... Read more
Article

Engaging Jobseekers

Article | Published: 13 hours ago
What are the latest trends about what Jobseekers and Employees are thinking for 2014?  KellyOCG shares the results of their recent research into this topic with a short video. Read more
Article

How Much Should You Pay for Independent Contractor Services?

Article | Source: MBO Partners | Published: October 20, 2014
Independent contractors can allow your business to tap into in-demand skillsets, gain specialized expertise, provide an external perspective and support your work needs while keeping your employees focused on your core business. But what does it ... Read more
Blog

Five Steps for Developing Better Leaders

Blog | Author: Matt Poepsel, PhD, Vice President, Product Management, PI Worldwide | Source: HCI | Published: October 20, 2014

In most organizations, talent development investments are restricted to the executive level while first- and second-level leaders are largely left underserved. For these future leaders, the essential practice of coaching — helping the individual clarify and move toward a specified goal, higher level of job performance, improved state of being, or some other positive outcome — can increase employee satisfaction, improve communication, and reinforce other forms of learning. A coaching process that employs specific, progressive steps can help future leaders reach their full potential.

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