Training Future Leaders

Seven ways organizations can make their learning programs appealing to Millennials. By Audrey Roth It’s no secret that the Millennial generation is taking over the workforce. Employees born in the 1980s and 1990s, also known as the Millennials or Generation Y, will make up 75 percent of the workforce by 2025. Between text messaging, YouTube, […]

High-Profile Departures Shine a Light on an Age-Old Problem

Coping with attrition in the world’s fastest-growing economy By Michael Switow With the eurozone sputtering and China’s era of double digit growth a distant memory, the main bright spot in the global economy has been the United States, which experienced 3.7 per cent growth in the second quarter. But that’s not considered sufficient by most […]

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  Nine hot-button issues in global HR technology.       By Brent Skinner     Mobile technology; integration of social media into HR-specific and talent management functions; unification of technologies under one best-in-class, single provider; emigration of systems to the cloud—they’re the usual suspects when discussing the global trends in HR technology. But what’s […]

Pre-Hire, Post-Hire Platforms

Providers are answering the call to deliver total talent management suites.   By Debbie Bolla     Long gone are the days when talent acquisition solutions delivered only applicant tracking and assessment. Now those basics are just that—basics. The growth of the industry has been on the fast track, with help from improvements in technology […]

More Bang for the Buck: Outsourcing Recognition Boosts Employee Engagement Programs

As organizations seek to do more with less, the power of rewards can keep the workforce engaged in times of wage stagnation. by Andy Teng In the war for talent, a lot of attention these days is focused on acquisition, but for many organizations, nothing gets more bang for the buck than retention of valuable […]