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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The Candidate Experience: It’s Not Fixed Yet

Blog | Author: Randi Kenney | Source: HCI | Published: 1 day ago

The Talent Board’s 2014 CandE Awards recipients are a showcase of well-known and popular brands, featuring companies such as adidas, Capital One, AT&T and GAP. Sixty-two organizations were recognized for their candidate experience. That’s great news for anyone looking for jobs at those particular organizations. But what about the rest of us?

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Why Integrated Talent Management Matters Now

Webcast | Presented By: Pamela Stroko | Webcast Aired: November 19, 2015
We are in the midst of the best job market since 1977. The economy continues to add jobs at a robust pace, which will lead to a shortfall of nearly 7.5 million jobs by the end of 2015. Organizations need HCM technology tools and talent strategies ... Read more

Megatrends and the Future of Talent

Webcast | Presented By: Jeff Hesse | Webcast Aired: November 19, 2015
Global megatrends clearly tell a story — there will always be a tension between businesses, the marketplace and talent, and to maintain a healthy balance and be competitive, business leaders must focus on syncing their talent strategy to ... Read more

An Inclusive Workforce

Blog | Author: Linda Stuit | Source: HCI | Published: November 18, 2015

The huge number of girls and women now in school represent enormous future talent pools that, if the status quo continues, will be missed. But there’s far too much potential female talent, energy and leadership ability out there to let it go untapped.  Interestingly, the top isn’t where the problem exists—examples of women leading high-tech companies are everywhere we look these days. Clearly, the high-tech glass ceiling wasn’t able to hold these exceptional women back. But building on their legacies means identifying and giving more women who could be just like them the opportunity to walk through the glass doors that either have locked them out, or that they simply didn’t know how to find.

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