The best way to prepare for the changing landscape of your workforce is with state-of-the-art talent management and succession planning tools. Chances are, you have the talent within your company you’ll need going forward—you just have to discover it, nurture it and find the best way to use this talent. Don’t be caught unawares when the economy improves and your employees start to leave. Instead, prepare now for the economic recovery so employees know they will have a bright future should they choose to stay.
With aging workforces and a shortage of critical talent among the biggest challenges facing today's businesses, strategic workforce planning has become one of HR's most important responsibilities. Read on for 6 pitfalls to avoid during this process.
Published By: PayScale
Published Date: Sep 12, 2012
Want to know which industries are changing their compensation approach this year to retain and attract talent? We've got the answer. Want to know about the midmarket trends in pay for performance? Look inside.
Download PayScale's 2012 Compensation Best Practices Report, and gain a better understanding of what companies like yours are doing around salaries, compensation planning, the talent wars and even the changing world of work and technology.
When it comes to succession planning, HR managers are focusing their efforts on the so-called high potential employee (HiPo). HiPos are employees that have the potential to succeed, innovate, and most importantly, lead. It can be difficult to identify HiPos, and even more difficult to develop and retain them. How are human resource professionals identifying, developing, and retaining these highly sought individuals? Let’s find out!
Is HR struggling to identify HiPos? Once identified, does your HR Manager know what to do with them? How do HiPos factor into your company’s succession planning? Check out the 2015 HiPos and Succession Planning survey to find out!
Published By: PayScale
Published Date: Sep 30, 2014
How smart is your company? Smart companies have up-to-date compensation plans that support their business objectives and ensure their long-term success.
As the HR leader at your organization, it’s important that you can efficiently lead your company through either developing or updating its current compensation plan.
With all that in mind, PayScale has created a succinct, step-by-step guide to compensation planning and salary benchmarking. Whether you are creating a formal compensation plan for the first time or updating an old one, the following series of checklists will help you through the process.
Analyzing hiring costs checklist
Are you planning to hire new employeeS? Or trying to be more strategic in your recruitment process? This HR Audit checklist is here to help! Download today to start analyzing your hiring costs.
HR audit checklist is here to help. Download today and start analyzing your hiring costs.
Published By: Interact
Published Date: Mar 14, 2018
A well-planned and executed intranet can be integral to achieving HR success; whether that’s by onboarding new employees, attracting and retaining talent, reducing administration, or engaging remote and mobile workers.
Creating an intranet that will meet HR objectives, as well as those of the entire organization, can be a challenge.
Thankfully help is at hand from the intranet experts. Download this comprehensive guide and get advice on how to:
• Build a business case, outlining business-wide benefits
• Gain buy-in from senior management and across multiple departments
• Plan, structure and manage your intranet
• Measure and present intranet ROI
• Get users onboard and engaged with your intranet, with real-life examples of launch and internal campaigns
Whether you’re starting out on an intranet project or looking to get more out of your current solution, get started by downloading our free guide today.
Almost every business leader will say that people are their most important asset, but few do anything about it. If you are going to take this viewpoint seriously then human capital planning is crucial. Read on to learn about 10 principles to follow in order to build an effective human capital plan for your organization.
With the cost of benefits rising each year, providing a benefits package that helps you attract, retain and motivate talented people gets harder all the time. But with knowledge and planning, you can create a win-win situation for yourself and your employees.
An estimated 75% of voluntary employee turnover is influenced by managers’ behavior. Translation? Employees aren‘t quitting their jobs—they’re quitting their bosses. That’s bad news for organizations planning for innovation, succession, and market longevity.
Want to learn more? Start with the free white paper from Cornerstone OnDemand.
Today, business process automation is a critical strategy used to transform organizations and strengthen bottom-line results. At the front of this movement, human resource leaders are embracing automation to transform every aspect of their company's workforce management, from payroll to core HR to strategic talent management. For HR leaders who are considering automation to transform their people management processes, a crucial step in the early project-planning phase should include gaining a full understanding of the significant advantages offered from true cloud technology. Additionally, those organizations already using automated solutions via on-premise software will want to weigh out the options of switching to cloud delivery for greater efficiency.
By analyzing and reporting on the full range of human capital management (HCM) data, business intelligence (BI) uncovers the insights executives need for smarter staffing, planning, and budgeting decisions.
With the right metrics, HR can not only deliver additional value, savings, and increased productivity to the business, but also can more clearly articulate to the CEO and executive team the vital role HR plays in business success.
Published By: BambooHR
Published Date: May 24, 2018
Employee engagement is a puzzle with many pieces to it. Most of us are still working on defining the term, learning what drives employee engagement (or disengagement), and planning out how programs that improve employee engagement can move the needle on key business outcomes.
In order to maximize productivity, every company wants to ensure that it recruits and retains the best and the brightest talent. To compete and remain on the cutting edge of their respective industries, companies must ensure not only that they have enough people but the right people. Obviously, the goal is to get the biggest “bang” for the buck. However, it is no secret that recruiting talented employees can be difficult.
With a reviving economy, businesses will soon reach the point where recruitment, hiring, and expansion cannot be pushed off any longer. Therefore, the time to start the assessment and planning process is now.
Published By: PayScale
Published Date: Mar 28, 2017
Most organizations dream of growth. Growth is evidence of success and prosperity. Growth signals that company goods and services are welcome in the market. Growth is good. Usually.
Rapid growth can also create challenges for organizations, not the least of which is planning for compensation. Neglecting to think about compensation strategically can cost you top talent, radically increase time to hire, and create internal inequities down the line, ultimately leading to missed opportunities or even failure.
Download this eBook and learn how can you ensure your compensation plan drives the success of your company as it expands.
Published By: Silkroad
Published Date: Jun 03, 2016
Retention, engagement, and employment branding are the bread and butter of talent management. Avoiding unnecessary and costly hires meanings keeping your talent on-board. Keeping employees on board means making sure they are invested in their organization, and engaged in their work.
To find out who’s doing what and what’s working in the real world, BLR conducted a Retention, Engagement, and Branding Survey in March 2016.
Check out the results of the survey by downloading this free summary today!
You'll get answers to the following questions:
•Do you have a system for tracking employee engagement?
•What do you do to retain employees?
•Have those methods been effective?
•Do you have a formal career planning program?
•Who is responsible for your employment branding program?
Published By: Silkroad
Published Date: Jun 07, 2017
Keeping them onboard
Most organizations today are focusing more attention and resources on employees—particularly on retention, engagement, and branding. Retention, especially of key players and strong contributors, is substantially based on the level of engagement employees have, and that, in turn, is reflected in the employment brand.
We conducted a survey on retention, engagement, and branding in March, 2017. In this free summary, we will cover the results of the survey. Attendees will get answers to the following questions:
•Do you track employee retention/turnover?
•How do you define engagement?
•Do you measure engagement?
•What challenges do you encounter trying to improve engagement?
•Do you have a formal career-planning program?
HOW DO YOU BECOME A STRATEGIC LEADER?
By crafting a strategic, big-picture plan for how HR can more effectively support every department’s goals. And in a ceaselessly competitive talent marketplace, there’s no bigger opportunity than building a global workforce plan that allows you to hire and deploy talent where you need them most.
In its 2015 Modern Mobility report, PwC showed that 89 percent of organizations are planning to increase their global mobility over the next two years, and 85 percent stressed the importance of mobility in helping achieve business objectives.
As maintaining a global workforce becomes increasingly essential for staying competitive, HR will play a crucial role in developing the plans and processes for moving the organization forward.
To explore this key trend in depth, here are insights from the top HR leaders, consultants and executives.
Published By: Conduent
Published Date: Jul 23, 2019
In this eBook, we’ve distilled the key information into a “decision guide” to help you head in the right direction with your technology planning. The guide walks you through the five main options for your technology and overviews the benefits and challenges related to each — so you can weigh the pros and cons and make the best technology choices for your organization. Complete the form at right to get your copy today.
Despite the greater frequency of extreme weather events occurring around the globe, freight still has to be delivered on time and on a year-round basis. Truck drivers often find themselves driving through rain, snow, sleet, hail, fog, ice, thunderstorms, tornadoes and high winds. While drivers aren't generally expected to stick to pre-planned routes in extreme weather, fleet managers don’t really have the capacity to outline every possible alternate route in anticipation of a future hazardous weather scenario.
Data-driven route planning saves fuel, prevents accidents and improves ETAs, which is why many logistics companies are turning to advanced supply chain optimization solutions with real-time weather alerts and rerouting functionalities. Today, tech-savvy fleet managers are looking for exactly this type of tech innovations to provide them with a sharp competitive edge in an already crowded industry such as long-haul logistics.
As one of the world's leading location platforms, HER
Commuters and city travelers want to discover, plan and book the fastest, cheapest and most convenient way to get to their destinations.
At the same time, private and public transport organizations want to seize the opportunity to delight users with a range of services that help mitigate disruption and get people from A to B quickly and easily.
By reading this eBook, you’ll discover how APIs from HERE enable urban transport organizations to:
• Help passengers get from A to B with multimodal and intermodal journey planning
• Provide park & ride functionality to drivers
• Expanding an operational zone with optimized fleet usage and intermodal trip planning
• Provide users of ride-hailing services with public transport options