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As workplaces become more complex, the role of the human resources department has evolved from a tactical to a strategic one. No longer tasked with only ensuring compliance, today’s HR has a seat at the executive table, with CHROs being ...Read more
As the workforce evolves, the world of HR continues to evolve along with it. New challenges, like the multigenerational workforce, a competitive job market for skilled labor, and fair pay legislation are coming up in companies of all sizes and in all industries. And these challenges have made it more difficult than ever to engage and retain top performers.
Two months into 2016 is a good time to step back and assess whether HR leaders are making the right bets. Enough of the year is behind us to get an early feel for what to expect, yet there’s still time to course-correct.
Before we dive ...Read more
Explore the top 5 challenges HR teams face today, best practices for linking engagement data to business outcomes like retention, and much more.
Social Collaboration For Dummies, 2nd Oracle Special Edition, shows you what social collaboration within an organization is, how you can use curated social collaboration to benefit your organization, and how HR can make social ...Read more
These are troubling times if you are looking for talent. As I talk with organizations, one theme continues to come up: “We can’t fill open jobs… and people that join us don’t stay for very ...Read more
Learn about the challenges of traditional forms of communication and how your peers are harnessing the strength of interactive, mobile SOPs.
Are you setting unattainable targets? It seems counterintuitive, but 95% of Chief Sales Officers (CSOs) reported higher revenue targets and 86% are not very confident they can reach them.
But the targets aren’t the only moving ...
“Bad” and “hire” are two words recruiters never want to hear said together. Not only can it undermine trust in the recruitment process, but it’s also a very costly problem. The average cost of a poor hiring decision can equal 30% of the individual’s first-year potential earnings -- not just from the turnover, but also lower productivity, a damaged employer brand, lower employee engagement, and higher manager time spent on mitigating underperformance.