Posts Tagged Talent Management
What Is the State of HR Technology?
Look at this chart. Does it resemble your employer’s organizational chart?
Now envision this: No pyramid. No managers. No directors. No vice presidents, senior vice presidents or chiefs.
“Winter is Coming” is a key theme of the popular HBO series Game of Thrones. With its warning of constant vigilance, the meaning is clear – no matter how good or calm things seem now, the good times and serenity won’t last forever…and you need to prepare and be proactive to ensure you’re ready for when the tide turns.
How You Handle Candidate Rejection Matters
Expanding Employee Referral Networks Increases Competitive Advantage
Manufacturers are facing big problems when it comes to recruiting enough top-tier factory workers, but there’s a fix few employers think about -- #workflex.
Although the definition varies, millennials (also known as Generation Y) are typically considered to be those people who reached legal age around the turn of the 21st century. Currently, millennials comprise approximately 33 percent of the global work force, and estimates from the BPW Foundation project that by 2025, that number will increase to 75 percent. In short, millennials are the future of your business, and they must be managed effectively — and included in your succession planning.
The 2015 SHRM Talent Management Conference & Exposition is underway, and shortly after the engaging speaker series and effective networking concludes, the National Football League (NFL) Draft will be kicking off.
Recruiting talent is serious business. No asset is more important to an organization’s success than it’s talent – and the entire organization relies on HR to secure the right talent for the right position. Still, most HR departments aren’t given limitless resources find and hire the best talent the workforce has to offer. That’s a lot of pressure to deal with.
Losing Talented Applicants Because You Can't Get Past the Nose Ring
This week at Brandon Hall Group, we’re taking the first step in researching one of the most fundamental problems facing hiring organizations today. Talent shortage, skills gap, skills shortage – call it what you will, there are a lot of hiring organizations struggling to find qualified candidates for their open jobs.
Almost Two-Thirds of H-1B Petitions Rejected in USCIS Lottery
The Democratization of Talent Management
5 Conversations You Should Be Having with Your Employees
We all know about Reading, Writing and Arithmetic from our childhoods – the 3 Rs.
In the HR and talent management world, there are another 3 Rs that are critical to the success of an HR organization – Recruitment, Retention and Relationships. As much focus that is placed on the first 2, it seems the relationship piece of the puzzle is often missing. And that’s a shame, because it is vital to the success of the organization, including the recruitment and retention pieces.
It's the people!