Gather best practices and insights on how to effectively manage the entire employee lifecycle, from finding and acquiring the right talent to performance management to learning and career development to compensation planning to analytics.
Why Employee Referral Fosters Strong Relationships and Engagements in the Workplace
Building an engaged team in your organization requires many different and constant efforts. Leaders checking in with their team and managing goa...
Recruiting and Succession Planning - Getting Ahead of the Baby Boomer Retirement Years
In 2017, Baby Boomers will be between 53 and 71 years old. Their waning numbers underline the need for good succession planning, especially since...
Tracking Hiring Milestones and Recruiting KPIs - Part 2
In last week’s blog post on Part 1 about KPI's, we covered five crucial recruiting metrics that will help take your HR team to the next level. I...
Tracking Hiring Milestones and Recruiting KPIs- Part 1
Knowing what to measure and when to measure it helps define your HR team as a crucial addition to the company’s success. Gone are the days...
Best Learning Methods to Keeping Employees Engaged
Every human, animal, plant and nowadays even some machines have the ability to learn. So what is learning? Learning is the act of acquiring new, or modifying and reinforcing existing, knowledge, behaviors, skills, values, or preferences and may involve synthesizing different types of information.
What is the impact of performance reviews on employee engagement?
Performance reviews, if done correctly, can lead towards a high-performance culture. By giving employees a common purpose, clear expectations, c...
How Development Plans can keep Employees Engaged and Promote Growth
Employee engagement and retention are two of the hottest topics in HR right now. It is currently estimated that 70% of employees are not engaged, and we have to stop and ask ourselves why. What are the needs of the employees personal development goals and how do they balance with the corporate goals to ensure the company's success.
What role does compensation play in employee engagement?
According to Glassdoor, “68% of people say that salary and compensation is among their top considerations before accepting a job.” But how does this affect an employee’s decision to stay at their current company and be actively engaged in the organization? And why should you care?
Events: Big or small can help companies come together
One piece to creating a successful employee engagement is having events in your company. Events, big or small create a sense of bonding between coworkers. They help establish relationships, which can lead to a sense of belonging to the company. Each company has their own way of bringing unity within the company. Below is a list of different types of events that your company is already doing or could maybe start to liven things up.
Is Career Development a Key Motivator for Employee Retention?
Being an employee, the first thing you will think of when considering staying or changing your job is the WIIFM approach. This basically stands for, as a job seeker, “what’s in it for me” to take this new role, whether it is an internal or external role. Job seekers can have different priorities in terms of key motivators. Keeping this in mind, what is the key motivator to retain employees?
- Talent Management
- Career Development
- Applicant Tracking
- Employee Engagement
- Career Path
- Learning Management
- Human Resources
- Employee Performance Management
- HR Technology
- Succession Planning
- Performance Reviews
- Performance Management
- Hrsmart Quizzes
- Employee Referral
- Unified Talent Management
- Social Media
- Small Business
- Trade Shows