Published By: Jobvite
Published Date: Oct 21, 2013
According to research performed for Aberdeen’s upcoming 2013 talent acquisition report, 62% of organizations identified sourcing as the greatest challenge they face in their talent acquisition efforts. With the decline of job boards and the emergence of a new category of sourcing solutions, making decisions around “what” talent is available and “where” this talent can be found is no small task.
The goal of this report, based on data collected in April and May 2013, is to help organizations understand the evolution of sourcing as well as gain insight into the most effective sources of hire available today.
Published By: BambooHR
Published Date: Nov 21, 2014
Having great people equals success, which is why everyone talks about finding great talent and how it makes your company awesome. BambooHR recently completed a study of over 1,000 employees and asked what was most important in starting a new job. With that being said, we've compiled our data and results into our comprehensive and definitive guide to onboarding new employees... and keeping them for the long term.
Published By: PayScale
Published Date: Aug 23, 2016
As your team is diving into annual market studies, you likely have your eye on the looming budget request to come. In the war for talent, market data and the right budget are crucial tools for HR, but how do you convince your leadership team to sign off on an increased budget?
In this comprehensive whitepaper, we layout a plan for developing an approval-ready compensation budget and share tips to improve your current compensation strategy.
Published By: PayScale
Published Date: Nov 28, 2016
As your team is making plans to support 2017 goals, who’s talking comp? Odds are, not enough people, and that needs to change. The corporate world has changed, and the demands on HR teams have changed with it. Blanket compensation plans and three percent raises are no longer good enough to ensure retention and healthy talent pipelines.
Download this PayScale eBook to explore how:
• Technology investments can increase efficiency
• Data should be used to pack up pay decisions
• Line-managers can be used in the compensation process
Published By: PayScale
Published Date: Feb 14, 2017
See what 7,700 respondents said about comp in 2017.
In talent, like marketing, perception is everything. If your employees don’t know that you source data carefully, ethically; if they don’t know that you have built a market-based pay structure; if they don’t know that you target the 65th percentile for most jobs, how can you get credit for those choices? You can’t.
Whether you’re hoping to see what’s happening in incentive compensation — are bonuses being given more frequently? Or whether you just want to know who’s deviating from the tired old 3 percent formula — PayScale's eighth annual Compensation Best Practices Report will help you make compensation a more powerful tool at your organization to help connect rewarding your teams with building success into your culture.
Your world is moving faster. Competition for top talent is getting fiercer. And your hiring managers and leadership team want better results today—not tomorrow. As LinkedIn reported in its 2015 Global Recruiting Trends report, hiring volumes and budgets are heating up for the first time in four years. This means you and your talent acquisition team need to act more quickly than ever before to find talent, reduce time-to-fill, and be true business partners.
In this short white paper, we explore how recruiters and talent acquisition teams can gain a competitive edge by leveraging new data-driven approaches to build recruiting efficiencies, build a strong candidate pipeline, and provide the kind of deep insight into candidate performance that will make your hiring managers see you and your team as more strategic partners.
HR processes are changing. And, with the global skills crisis, HR Directors are struggling to attract and retain the best talent. Their departments are in flux, and 77% of organisations report a perceived lack of strategic value from HR.* If you’re going to win the war for talent, your organisation will need to make a radical change. It must transform its HR and become a People Company, utilising people data and analytics to make decisions based on real evidence. This will improve the way you interact with current and future employees, providing great workforce experiences. The result will be a more committed and engaged workforce, and increased interest in joining your organisation. From a business perspective too, you’ll benefit through higher levels of productivity, efficiency and improved performance and engagement.
Do you know your people as well as you know your customers? Your people’s expectations and the way they work is changing. Employees are more diverse, mobile and technologically-savvy than ever before. HR processes are changing from focusing on transactions to knowing and engaging people. Just as sales and marketing teams use data to develop actionable and informed insights about their customers, you need to do the same in HR to know your people. Everything, from attracting and keeping the best talent, to creating better workplace experiences and increasing employee engagement and productivity, depends on smarter decisions. These in turn rely on more actionable insights. These are only possible through accurate HR data and analytics. They are vital to address the people challenges you face, so you can make smarter decisions.
Many seasoned attorneys will agree that remediating an enormous amount of documentation to ensure regulatory compliance is no easy feat. The volume of repapering necessary for compliance with the new rules governing margin requirements for non-centrally cleared derivatives (UMR) presented new challenges, exposed structural weaknesses, and provided many lessons learned which can be applied to any documentation remediation effort. Many UMR initiatives suffered significant hurdles that contributed to delays and missed deadlines. Common among the various challenges faced were the dearth of talent in the quantities needed, and the limited technology and data management solutions utilized.
Do your leaders have what it takes to generate improved performance and execution from their employees. Get your report now, compliments of SuccessFactors, and ensure that your business has the leadership capital it needs.
With today's shortage of critical talent, strategic workforce planning is one of HR's most important responsibilities. Discover the common pitfalls that trap many companies-and how to avoid them. Get your compliments report from SuccessFactors now.
These days, a company success depends on whether it hired the right people to effectively execute its strategies. Download this paper, compliments of SuccessFactors, and learn the critical questions you should ask before interviewing talent.
HR leaders hear lots of talk about "getting a seat at the table" among the leadership functions of an organization. But what does "getting a seat" really mean? Simply put, CEOs are demanding a more strategic approach in managing today's workforce needs, as well as in planning for future needs. As an HR leader, how can you take ownership of the talent strategy in your organization? It's time for you to find out.
Talent can move the needle in your organization. By exploring six best practices that all HR leaders should follow, this complimentary guide shows you how to earn the respect of fellow business leaders. Download it today.
Talent is an increasingly critical differentiator of corporate performance and poses one of the most significant barriers to growth. CEB research finds that boards at top-performing companies are twice as likely to have a deep understanding of talent issues as boards at lower-performing competitors. However, most boards lack sufficient understanding of key talent issues facing the companies they oversee, particularly because the data and analysis they receive provide limited insight. This whitepaper outlines the critical talent conversations every board should have and shows how industry leaders are broadening their understanding of talent issues and assurance about critical talent risks by expanding the perimeter of talent issues they monitor beyond executive leadership and reshaping conversations on executive performance evaluation and succession.
Get Ready for a New Era of HR - Competition for talent is increasing, skills shortages are worsening and social recruiting tools are making it easier than ever for faculty and staff to change jobs. HR leaders must align their human capital management, data and talent strategies around these trends in order to create great employee experiences that serve their students and institution best.
Talent Intelligence: Using Measurement to Better Manage the Workforce and HR: How can you better understand and engage your people for higher business performance? Talent intelligence aligns workforce data with business information to drive better decisions.
Published By: Teradata
Published Date: May 02, 2017
To understand the challenges and opportunities with the Internet of Things, MIT Sloan Management Review’s 2016 Global Executive Study conducted a comprehensive study with business executives, managers, and IT professionals globally. Through the survey results and interviews with subject matter and industry experts, MIT Sloan Management Review was able to reveal the business value and competitive issues from the Internet of Things (IoT). This comprehensive report dives into data sharing with competitors, analytic talent management, and the intersection with governing the data. Analytics is unsurprisingly is shown as the key to IoT success.
Global competition for talent, outsourcing labor, compliance legislation, remote workers, aging populations – these are just a few of the daunting challenges faced by HR organizations today. Yet the most commonly monitored workforce metrics do very little to deliver true insight into these topics. Leaders need to graduate from metrics to analytics, surfacing the important connections and patterns in their data to make better workforce decisions.
An analytics revolution is upon us. Knowledge workers are in short supply, the competition for talent has gone global; turnover is rising; and employee engagement is stagnant at best. How can companies attract, retain, and develop employees who can drive business results and have the data to back up these decisions? A recent survey found more than 80% of respondents said that they needed talent-related insights to make business decisions. Yet most enterprises still base talent decisions on gut feeling. Few can offer analytic evidence to support their hunches. Now, finally, analytics are beginning to drive decisions about people.
Published By: Limeade
Published Date: Aug 27, 2015
Employee engagement is no longer a matter of physical health, job satisfaction or stress management. Simply put, to make sustained engagement a reality, employers need to address the whole employee — their health, well-being and performance.
Watch this complimentary, on-demand 30 minute demo to see how you can:
- Use HR analytics to redefine the way you manage your talent and help drive better business results.
- Gain deep insights from your talent data without having to dig through mountains of reports.
- Know exactly what data to explore to get the very best answers to your talent questions.
- Answer your CEO's questions about the workforce in minutes, not months.
How do you know if your organization has the talent it needs to execute on its strategy? Is your organization’s talent ready to perform in the new work environment? Are your talent development programs focused on the right people?