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These days, there is a lot of discussion about employee recognition. There are debates about how much is appropriate, how it should be provided, where it should be captured, who should see it, and more. To understand these issues better, HR.com ...Read more
To execute strategy, leaders must set ambitious targets, translate them into specific metrics and milestones, make them transparent throughout the organization, and discuss progress frequently.Read more
In recent years, much focus has been given to Customer Experience (CX). But with the dust settling on CX as increasing numbers of businesses now understand the importance of adopting it as a strategic and even imperative initiative, it’s little wonder why Employee Experience (EX) is the next competitive frontier.
Candidate sourcing is a very specialized and difficult position. Sourcers or researchers must use multiple platforms to find the most qualified candidates for a given job. Where those candidates are found can be hard to pinpoint: 78% of candidates use social media in their job search, but the best candidates for a position may be hidden somewhere else.
The role of people analytics in any successful organization should not be underestimated. As the Principal of Research and Customer Value at Visier, I understand the importance of using data to drive business strategy and inform decisions. And now, the latest report from Visier, The Age of People Analytics: Survey on Characteristics, Value Achieved, and Leading Practices of Advanced Organizations has emphasized the positive financial impact that advanced people analytics and related practices can have on an organization.
We’d be lost without communication when it comes to reaching goals. How many times a day do you ask a colleague for help, for a status update on a project, or even about those sassy shoes she wore to work? A robot cannot do this for you, or at least not yet…
Building a culture of inclusion will take commitment, vision, and resources. A fair and unbiased hiring process based on objective data will be fundamental to any successful diversity and inclusion. And while opening the door to opportunity can have a positive impact on your bottom line, knowing that you’re building a culture that values every employee and customer is its own reward.
Journalism is regarded as “a noble profession and one of unequalled importance for its influence upon the minds and morals of the people,” according to the Will of Joseph Pulitzer.
Those words, written by the late Pulitzer on April 16, 1904, less than a decade before his death in 1912, would become the catalytic mantra of journalists behind reporting and storytelling excellence.
And that has … what, exactly … to do with today’s HR leaders and top business executives? Plenty...
It’s impossible to live on this earth and not make an impact. Imagine what would happen if we were all pursuing our own growth, our highest selves, casting off our negative self-talk, and tender places of thin self-confidence in favor of loving the people we are?
It is hard to pin down exactly how many people operate in the gig economy, partly because so many different kinds of work fall under this umbrella. Defined by the BBC1 as “a labor market characterized by the prevalence of short-term ...Read more
We examine gaps in employee engagement initiatives and their intended results. We find that organizations who develop Actionable Engagement Solutions (AES) out-perform their peers, not only in increasing scores on engagement surveys, but on a ...Read more
According to Gallup research, employees who don’t feel recognized are twice as likely to say they’ll quit in the next year. Whether it’s a pat on the back or a public-facing announcement, giving recognition is easier than you ...Read more
Year after year, trend reports offer HR professionals a glimpse at changes on the horizon that could impact their day-to-day jobs. This year, don’t stop at predictions — download this guide for actionable advice, based on key trends ...Read more
Employee engagement is crucial for your company's bottom line. It affects revenue, retention, productivity, customer experience, safety and other critical KPIs for your success. But employee engagement doesn't just happen on its own. ...Read more
Performance management isn’t a once-a-year event; by now, the majority of today’s managers and executives understand that it must be approached as an ongoing practice. Yet, despite this realization, companies are struggling with the ...Read more
Learning and development are more than personal career choices—today, an organization’s ability to deliver effective learning and development programs directly impacts employee engagement and productivity. Over the last eight years, research from Quantum Workplace shows an increase in managers caring about employee development, but a decrease in employees’ knowledge about development opportunities. For learning and development to have a measurable impact on the business, organizations must close this gap.
Want to stir things up next time you find yourself chatting with your colleagues in talent acquisition? Mention the skills gap. Interestingly, the topic of a ‘skills gap’ is drawing much controversy within talent acquisition circles. ...Read more
We know finding the right candidate for a critical role is imperative to organizations, giving them a competitive advantage that ultimately results in their overall success.
While we know third-party recruiting plays a critical role in this ...
The ability to detect, investigate, and stop sexual harassment can impact productivity, engagement, turnover, and a host of other key performance indicators. Taking proper actions to uncover, prevent, and correct certain behaviors is not only a ...Read more