Making the right talent management decisions requires a specific understanding of what talent management actually is and does. The goal of a talent management program is to create a highly responsive, high-performing, sustainable organization that meets business targets.
Today's Human Resources (HR), talent and learning executives face strategic challenges, organizational challenges, economic challenges, and a plethora of tactical issues each day. Read this whitepaper to learn how to get the right tools to drive decision making.
Finding talented candidates can be challenging. Automating recruiting can improve candidate quality and increase efficiency. This paper outlines how to reduce time to hire by 50%, reduce cost per hire by 70%, and hire quality people.
The next generation of employees will have a huge impact on your workplace. Generation Y is more connected than ever. Gen Y expert Ryan Healy answers many of the questions HR professionals have about this distinctive group.
Create an environment where employee and managers can track assigned activities, communicate job performance expectations, and define goals that are aligned to business objectives. Performance management ensures that everyone is focused on the right initiatives to deliver results.
Do you know how your company is measuring up against the competition? It's imperative to uncover every distinction that sets your company apart. Your people, or talent, is a valuable asset you can use to impact success.
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.
Seven Steps for Effective Leadership Development: Only 36 percent of organizations have formal programs to immediately fill leadership positions. Developing effective leadership using talent management at all levels across the organization can return significant business value. Leadership development begins with alignment to company strategy and follows seven steps to success.
Talent Intelligence - Key to US Business Success: Read this paper to learn how HR can provide accurate, accessible talent intelligence and generate insights for Line of Business managers to drive better business results.
Alignment Drives Employee Engagement and Productivity: By a two to one margin, companies surveyed in a Taleo Research study reported the largest risk to their company's bottom line and brand is low employee engagement and productivity.
Integrated Talent Management: Improving Business Results through Visibility and Alignment: Research shows the vast majority of organizations have only achieved integration across two or more elements of talent management, those that have are reporting superior performance gains.
This paper provides insights into recruiting practices that enable acquiring and retaining a high quality workforce. Uncover new sourcing, assessment, process, and green opportunities to cut recruiting costs by quantifying the reduction of direct costs savings and benefits from technology.
Podcast interview with Gerry Crispin of CareerXroads and Peter Clayton of Total Picture Radio on how recruiters are using Web 2.0 technologies to recruit, brand, collect data, and strategize new avenues in today's talent landscape.
Check out the latest interview with Matthew Adam, Vice President & Chief Talent Strategist for NAS Recruitment Communications, and Peter Clayton of Total Picture Radio as they discuss several recruiting hot topics.
Check out the latest Total Picture Radio interview with Ronald M. Katz. Discussion includes how top performing organizations are using talent analytics to measure and manage individual performance against goals.
This paper outlines a 12 step methodology for building critical talent pipelines and provides insights into strategy and initiatives. It also describes the process and technology support that delivers Talent Intelligence information from defining roles to refining execution.
This installment is on hiring and onboarding challenges, focusing on how talent intelligence helps business leaders to find better candidates faster; make better build, buy, or rent decisions; decrease new hire time-to-proficiency; and decrease the number of new hires who quickly leave.
They must provide context and pathways through which people can learn - and they must help the organization to be both better learners and better learning creators. Outlined are best practices with experiences and results of Amway, The Cheesecake Factory, and U.S. Oncology.
Each area of payback overlaps as talent mobility is not a stand-alone practice. Internal talent redeployment connects with many aspects of overall talent management, especially talent acquisition and succession management. Understanding and quantifying the returns from talent mobility should be framed in that overall context.