The global economy requires a global workforce. The right HR strategy can develop the leaders you need to adapt to changing cultures, intense competition, and expanding markets. Learn how you can attract and retain global talent, use virtual solutions to connect a distributed workforce, and take advantage of international work assignments to strengthen your talent’s experience.
Just ahead: using gaming tactics to attract top talent. It's not nearly as crazy as it sounds. Gamification in the recruiting industry isn’t really about building gaming apps (though it’s been done). Rather, more and more ... Read more
Winning the battle for talent takes the best intelligence Interviewing and landing talent in a competitive marketplace isn’t always easy. Often, candidates drop off or out for reasons you may never know, leaving you with expensive ... Read more
Do you remember driving to what used to be known as Kinko’s (now FedEx), dressed in your business best, abuzz with anticipation to participate in a live virtual interview with a company interested in you and your skills? Some ... Read more
This will be the year you move beyond aimless social chatter. If you want your social networks to function as recruiting power tools, it's time to consider personalization. Pre-2006 (the year Facebook opened to anyone over 13 with an email ... Read more
Global competition for talent, outsourcing labor, compliance legislation, remote workers, aging populations – these are just a few of the daunting challenges faced by HR organizations today. Yet the most commonly monitored ... Read more
Whether they realize it or not, all companies are in the business of talent. Historic global, corporate economic shifts have compelled a heightened focus on talent. There is the need to protect intellectual capital. There is the cultivation of ... Read more
Until recently, ConAgra Foods struggled to collect accurate, analyzable data about its workforce. Information was spread across the organization in siloed systems within various departments and was often difficult to reconcile. In ... Read more