HR Design

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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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Workforce Intelligence: The Future of Talent Management

Webcast | Presented By: Dave Weisbeck | Webcast Aired: April 15, 2015
In the last decade, talent management has become not just a buzzword but also a critical part of most organization’s human resources strategies. And the demands placed today on the talent management function are greater than ever before: 93 ... Read more

3 Key Steps to Recapture Your Employees & Reignite Their Commitment to You

Blog | Author: Randi Kenney | Source: HCI | Published: April 14, 2015

According to a recent LinkedIn study (2015 Global Recruiting Trends), 85% of the fully employed workforce is open to new opportunities. In fact, 45% of them are already actively looking. Do those numbers make you nervous? Do a few key players on your team immediately come to mind—because you already suspect that they fall into that 85%? Or worse, could they be in the 45%? Or, perhaps those figures instead prompt a very different realization—that you have no idea who might fall into which category because your organization isn’t keeping track of that kind of information.

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Workforce Intelligence: From Seed to Sprout

Blog | Author: Randi Kenney | Source: HCI | Published: April 8, 2015

Data-driven HR. HR Analytics. Talent Management. Organizational Agility. Chief People Officer. Once just buzzwords, these concepts are now foundational elements of a strong organization’s human resources strategy. In a job market that caters more and more to the candidate’s needs, organizations are seeking to become more proactive. They’re no longer filling a vacancy. Today, it’s a matter of finding and cultivating talent, integrating that talent into a strong and diverse company culture and nurturing that talent to produce the best possible workforce.

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