Need to reduce recruiting costs in your organization? This executive brief provides several ideas on how to reduce those costs while still driving exceptional business by employing creative recruiting strategies and combining them with the right technology.
Organizations need to define, attract, and develop critical talent. This paper outlines a 12 step methodology for building critical talent pipelines and provides insights into strategy and initiatives.
This study provides companies with an insight into key trends in enterprise software training around the world. It shows which training formats are already in use and what companies’ requirements are regarding training solutions and providers. It allows you to determine how your company’s training plan compares to other organizations with regard to traditional and flexible delivery and provides scenarios and solutions for future planning.
This IDC study represents the vendor assessment model called IDC MarketScape. This research is a quantitative and qualitative assessment of the characteristics that explain a vendor's success in the market. This study assesses key technology vendors participating in the information technology (IT) education market as a line of business (LOB) to support the sale of their technologies. As one would expect of market leaders, overall, these vendors performed very well on this assessment and continue to improve their offerings.
The middle level of an organization is often viewed as the most critical. Companies can use tools such as personality and skill assessments to measure the traits that help to make a midlevel manager successful.
The traditional performance review is becoming a relic. Today’s organizations thrive on agility and alignment. The process of measuring employee performance should do the same.
Decades of research and practice have been devoted to understanding and improving performance management in organizations. This new report from the SHRM Foundation goes beyond the formal review process to explore how leaders can create a performance-based culture using strategies such as improved communication and better relationship skills.
For organizations to maximize the value of their software, it’s clear that comprehensive, ongoing training must become a top priority. As IDC has found, investing in the right training and education tools, as well as following best practices, helps ensure that IT projects produce the desired results and enable employees to focus their efforts on the business rather than the tools that support it. In this whitepaper, read how workforce training strategies that mix formal and informal learning drive productivity and efficiency.
The goal of technological innovations is to make our tasks faster, easier, better, more fun, or more productive. But have you ever noticed that in the work environment, this doesn’t always happen? Changes can instead increase stress, complicate our processes, and distract our focus from our colleagues, our surroundings, and the tasks at hand.
Employee turnover is expensive and can be catastrophic to morale and customer service quality. No one wants to see their top talent walk out the door. But how can you keep retention high at your company? We’ve put together a white paper with some stats and advice to help you increase your employee retention rates and keep employees (and customers) satisfied.
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According to Gallup, highly-engaged companies have 44% higher operating margins. This probably comes as no surprise. We all know engagement is good for the bottom line. But how can you translate that into higher engagement at your company? We’ve put together a white paper with some stats and advice to help you increase your employee engagement and raise the bar on organizational excellence.
According to studies, happy employees are 98% more likely to identify with company values and goals. We all know that a great company culture is a critical component in our success. But how can you build a culture of happiness at your company? We’ve put together a white paper with some stats and advice to help you sow the seeds of happiness and build a great culture in your company.
Everything’s changing in the recruiting world. Jobs, jobseekers—even technology. The good news is that these changes open an exciting new world to you in terms of talent. You can source more strategically and hire stronger candidates.The bad news: You might have to break some bad habits first.
In our latest eBook, “The Seven Deadly Sins of Recruiting,” Jobvite explores which mistakes might be holding you back from successfully navigating today’s dynamic recruiting environment.
Identify your leadership pipeline vulnerabilities
The future success of any business relies on having the right leaders in place to drive business results. Download our free guidebook to find out where you’re most vulnerable.
There’s a premium for post-military leadership across business and government organizations nationwide. Military leaders represent some of the best-trained, experienced and mission-driven professionals in the civilian workforce. In this issue of the Authentic Leadership Series, Michelle Maldonado talks with Edwin “Eddie” Maldonado, Administrative Services Manager for the VA Roseberg Healthcare System, retired U.S.
As a recruiting manager today, you’re judged by the quality of your candidates. However, getting the right talent can be tricky. There are so many ways to reach applicants nowadays--social media, mobile, job boards, referrals. With all the tools available to you, why is it so hard to source great candidates?
Deploying a performance management system is a powerful catalyst for increasing employee and organizational performance.
This white paper builds on information presented in the 2011 and 2012 edition of The Modern Learning Organization: A Path Forward. The 2014 LearningElite white paper “The High Performance Learning Function” describes the LearningElite benchmarking program with supporting research aimed to shed light on how the LearningElite model functions to demonstrate the impact of the learning function in organizations.
The 2013 Diversity Value Index Executive Summary details the process that led to the creation of the Diversity Value Index. This summary provides insight into the two areas of the DVI program, the Diversity Value Index Framework and the Diversity Action Core. The summary provides information related to the 2013 DVI program, including an overview of the diversity executive board, the DVI score card, and highlights of best practices across the D&I function reported in the 2013 Diversity Value Index report.
Where in the world is Carmen Sandiego? And how about that Waldo fellow? If they’re anything like the other 1.1 billion active users who log on to the world’s largest social network monthly, then they’re probably on Facebook.
And if you’re looking to hire someone with a specific, hard-to-find skill set, then Facebook is where your recruiting message and your jobs need to be.
So what are you waiting for? Put your game face on, and let’s take a look at why you should be sourcing and recruiting your winning candidates on Facebook
There’s a simple recipe for social recruiting success, but you won’t find it in any of your grandmother’s recruiting cookbooks: this dish includes a brand-new, never-before used ingredient. However, once you include it in your social recruiting mix, you’ll wonder how you ever lived without it!
Facebook’s Graph Search is going to change the game for recruiters everywhere, and you can use it to spice up your own sourcing efforts. To help you learn more about it, the master chefs here at Work4 have cooked up an exclusive whitepaper just for you.
Eliminate the Risk and Expense of Customizing ERP
Customization of legacy ERP applications is an expensive and complex nightmare of patches, regression coding, and headaches. In fact, it has a nickname: Frankenstein ERP—bolted on, ugly, and cobbled together out of various parts.
In today's fast-paced world, companies can't waste time and money maintaining antiquated systems. They must be able to tailor applications to accommodate their unique business needs.
The largest single expense associated with training is the cost of instructors whether full-time staff or contractors. Therefore, it is vital to thoroughly comprehend these instructors’ true and complete costs, how to accurately compare staff and contract instructors, and when and how to use each of them effectively. The importance of this comprehension is heightened by the frequency of contractor use, and the numerous misconceptions about outsourcing contract instructors.
HR tech vendors are rolling out platforms that allow employees to collaborate more efficiently — and companies are putting them to good use.
Learning evaluation, metrics and measurement are not where they need to be, but some companies have made progress.
Deliver smarter employee development and engagement techniques by integrating just-in-time and collaborative learning into your existing LMS.
Social media has become a fixture in our lives. Look no further than 1 billion Facebook users, 175 million professionals on LinkedIn and 72 hours of video uploaded to YouTube each minute. So how can Chief Learning Officers harness the collaborative nature of these platforms? The key is to match the tool with the challenge at hand.
Conducted by CLO and sponsored by Saba, this State of the Industry study explores the impact of leadership, culture and technology on organizational agility through learning, answering key questions such as "What learning technologies best promote and foster organizational agility?" and "What learning metrics are key to measuring organizational agility?"
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