Onboarding

An HCI Topic

When new hires are set up for success, they are that much more likely to achieve high performance within the first few months. Your onboarding strategy should include education and training for the job, as well as socialization activities so new employees quickly become part of the organizational culture. Learn the steps you can take to streamline your new hire processes and manage new employee data as part of your talent management strategy.

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Case Study

Employee Engagement Unearths Huge Gains at Caterpillar

Case Study | Author: Peter Psichogios | Published: 1 day ago
Employee Engagement is doing the right thing, at the right time, for the right reason, the right way, even when no one is watching. This is the story of how CSI International took this philosophy to Caterpillar and where the results demonstrated ... Read more
Blog

How Well Do You Know Your People? 4 Ways to Boost Talent IQ

Blog | Author: Charles Coy, Senior Director of Analyst and Community Relations, Cornerstone OnDemand | Source: HCI | Published: April 16, 2014

Ask companies what their most valuable asset is and their response is often the same: employees. But appreciating team members and understanding how to harness their talents to drive business are two different stories. Many companies rely on assumptions rather than data-backed facts when it comes to decisions about their workforces. There’s reason to depend on more than gut instinct for hiring decisions, developing employees and keeping them engaged in the long run.

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Article

8 Reasons to Stop Managing Your People with Spreadsheets

Article | Source: Cornerstone OnDemand | Published: March 10, 2014
Everyone loves a good spreadsheet. But if you have more than a few hundred employees, tracking performance, training, and succession with them is the stuff of nightmares. Spreadsheets and paper-based processes can’t give you deep, real-time ... Read more
Blog

You Know What Happens When You Assume? Not Informal Learning

Blog | Author: Andrew Bateman | Source: HCI | Published: March 5, 2014

Perhaps organizations’ biggest false assumption about informal learning is that its occurrence in the day-to-day is assumed. Some organizations may lump informal learning with experiential learning which is something entirely different. Possibly because it’s so ingrained in the talent lifecycle; experiential learning feels assumed. Most organizations have the proper structure to guide employees to where experiential learning can be assumed. If it’s not happening as it should, performance suffers and becomes immediately apparent and immediately addressed.

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Article

Engagement is for Couples - Enablement is for Companies

Article | Author: Peter Psichogios, President | Source: CSI International | Published: March 3, 2014
There is an obvious reason why employee engagement still pretty much stinks today. The truth of it is, people don't want to be engaged unless someone is on their knee proposing. What my experience, our layered learning ... Read more