Hiring top talent is only the start. Now you have to work hard to keep your very best talent. Most companies stink at structured and systematic retention of their top performers. Discover how to prevent turnover and keep your best people.
Every company is out to change the world and, yes, has blue-chip investors. Your company's reputation among potential job candidates can help you stand out.
Most companies do a terrible job projecting a compelling reason why a candidate might want to join their company. In this article by Keith Cline on Inc., he lays out some of the issues around creating a brand/reputation for recruiting.
Have your employees been doing a good job at work lately?
The blog author of this article talks to the importance of providing recognition to your employees. In our research over the last 25 years, we've seen a direct correlation between strong non-monetary reward and recognition systems and employee satisfaction, employee engagement, and employee motivation.
Do you have a structured and systematic non-monetary reward and recognition system?
Recognize This! – Excessively high productivity cannot be sustained without intervention. One of the major outcomes of the Great Recession is a dramatic increase in employee productivity. This is not surprising as the employee...
Should companies return to their pre-recession approach to talent management or significantly change the way they manage talent? It is definitely not time to go back to business as usual.
In this article by Edward Lawler on the Forbes website, he blasts human resources for not being flexible enough to manage talent in a changing environment. Unfortunately, he doesn't specifically identify what human resources is doing wrong, nor does he describe in depth what human resources should be differently - expect for the generic concept of being more "flexible".
What are your thoughts on this article? Is it clear that he's identified a core issue in hr management, or has the article missed by being too generic?
Everyone is able to take part in the success of the company and feel they are an integral part of the company and the work carried out within the company. Improve morale is not the only benefit of implementing successful ...
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