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HRO Today Educational Podcast Series – Episode 35: CRI

Gearing Up for the SEC’s Mandate Change on Human Capital Reporting: What HR Needs to Know
featuring David Simmonds, Chairman of HCM Metrics, in partnership with CRI

In the past, publicly traded companies were required to disclose very little about their employees and workforce. But all that changed in 2020 when the SEC announced a mandate that added human capital resources as a closure topic. Metrics providing transparency around talent acquisition, retention, development, and more may become a standard in annual reporting.

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HRO Today Educational Podcast Series – Episode 34: Yoh

Total Talent in the Driver’s Seat: The Road to Workforce Recovery
featuring Michael DuBois, VP, Enterprise Sales – RPO, Yoh

Prior to the onset of COVID-19, a vast majority of companies were considering implementing a total talent approach for their organization’s talent acquisition strategy. However, since hiring took a major hit in 2020, companies were forced to cut budgets, layoff teams, and abandon strategic initiatives related to talent.

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HRO Today Educational Podcast Series – Episode 33: Orion Talent

How To Elevate and Engage Your Talent Pipeline
featuring Cory Kruse, President, Orion Talent

2020 has been a year of continual market changes for companies worldwide. In order to keep up, smart organizations are keeping an eye on their talent pipelines to stay ahead of competitors and quickly respond. Where should you start?

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HRO Today Educational Podcast Series – Episode 32: Sevenstep

Data vs. Insight: Today’s Talent Acquisition Showdown
featuring Paul Harty, Chief Solutions Officer, Sevenstep

As new talent acquisition technologies continue to emerge, HR will likely find themselves with more data than they know what to do with. In fact, more data has accumulated over the previous two years than any others before. But as data piles up at an astronomical rate, how can we be sure we’re accurately using it to determine what makes our business tick?

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