Communicating Benefits To Generation Y

Four effective ways to speak the language of Millennials Christa Elliott Executives at global companies know they need to communicate with the Millennial generation differently than previous ones: One key strategy has been the use of newer technology and social media, which the Millennials grew up using. When it comes to communicating health benefits to […]

Communicating Your Value

Leverage these three strategies to show the strength of your benefits program in order to attract and retain Millennials. By Missy Jaeger HR professionals have confronted the challenge of effectively communicating the value of the company benefits package to successive generations of workers with varying degrees of success. As Millennial employees become the dominant workplace […]

Communicating Your Employment Brand

In a complex and demand-driven employment market, enticing the best talent requires more than just a quality benefit package. A strong employer brand must go beyond an organization’s market position and include an environment that provides positive experiences and meaningful work. Gone are the days of long-term loyalty and pension plans. Only one in ten […]

Talent Communities

The 3 ‘R’s for getting the most value from these candidate pools.   By Erin Bazinet   Talent communities are an essential component of today’s social recruiter’s game plan. Not only do they provide
a warm, inviting place for recruiters to connect and communicate with candidates, but they also facilitate crowd sourcing high-quality candidates. Just so […]

Communication Breakdown

Great benefits plan you’ve got there—but do employees know?   By Audrey Boone Tillman   Educating employees about their insurance plans can be just as important as the plans themselves. Recent example: Only 35 percent of workers believe that their employer effectively communicated about healthcare reform and subsequent changes to their benefits, according to the […]

Commoditizing the HR Profession

 Is HRO the breaker of egos or does it just want to further make available services that self-proclaimed experts boast as their raison d’être?   By Paul Davies     From the self-promoting chroniclers of medieval European monarchs to modern-day media secretaries, the appearance, the perception, and the brand have always been more important than […]

Rogers Communications’ Fast-track HRO

Transforming HR through multi-process outsourcing wasn’t the challenge at Rogers Communications; it was achieving it in the rapid-fire style of its founder. by Russ Banham In the annals of HRO, few if any comprehensive engagements have switched on more quickly than the implementation achieved by provider Hewitt Associates for Canada’s Rogers Communications. The Lincolnshire, IL-based […]

Making Globalization Work: Doing Communications Right

Communicating to stakeholders on both sides can help win champions as well as put customers at ease with your services globalization. by Atul Vashistha Communicating effectively with your internal and external stakeholders is an important part of successful globalization initiatives. That’s important because opinions, if they become negative, can turn into behaviors that threaten to […]

Baker’s Dozen Relocation Case Study:Discovery Communication’s Success In Outsourcing Is No Work of Fiction

After switching providers, media giant reaps the rewards of an outsourced relocation solution that reduces costs. by Anthony Amato Discovery Communications is the world’s No. 1 nonfiction media company. Along with many other challenges in HR, our relocation needs had morphed and grown exponentially over a few short years. As vice president, benefits and corporate […]