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Talent systems range from technology that manages organizational processes, such as recruiting, leadership development, performance management, and succession, to HR systems that support processes such as payroll, leave management, and time and attendance. Learn how to evaluate technology vendors and solutions, get the most from HR software trends and effectively integrate your technology to get a total picture of your people.

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Gamification: The Cheat Code for Engagement?

Blog | Author: Daniel Fogel | Source: HCI | Published: 1 day ago

The past four years saw an explosion in popularity for gamification.  A quick search on Google Trends shows a significant uptrend that is forecast to continue its upward trajectory for the foreseeable future.  Top firms are utilizing gamification, the use of game playing, thinking and mechanics to engage users and assess capabilities, to improve business results.  

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White Paper

Make Your Social Intranet Habit-Forming

White Paper | Published: April 11, 2014
Some habits, like eating right and exercising, are good for us. Some habits, like monitoring metrics and collaborating with colleagues, are great for business.  Yet few companies have a single, effective information-sharing resource that ... Read more
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Internal Mobility Doesn’t Count If It’s Invisible.

Blog | Author: Tarik Taman, General Manager, Infor HCM | Source: HCI | Published: April 7, 2014

The cost of staff churn is significant. We all know that. But could you put a figure on exactly how significant?
LinkedIn can. According to recent research, they believe that for a 10,000 employee US company, each 1% of turnover costs the firm $7.5m.
To find out more about turnover, LinkedIn quizzed over 7,500 recent departees across five countries to understand why they switched jobs. Among the findings reported in their natty Exit Survey infographic one statistic leaps out. Over four-fifths of the average US company’s turnover is voluntary, or, as LinkedIn calls it, ‘preventable’.

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