Time-to-Fill, Highest Since 2001?

Cielo HR Leader

national average of 25 working days (Monday-Saturday)— the lengthiest it has been since 2001. . in June 2014 than at any time since 2001. Also according to the DICE-DFH report, noteworthy time-to-fill averages over the past 13 years: January 2001: 23.3 June 2014: 25 days.

Part I - Malaise in the Employee Rewards: What’s Going On?

Compensation Cafe

For contrast, let’s remember what I consider to be the Golden Age for employee rewards: the late 1980s to about 2001. Executives get analytic information on how rewards costs in the company compare to those of competitors.

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Profiles in Leadership: 10 Women Leading Fortune 500 Companies

Eightfold

Alber focuses on combining modern merchandizing with state-of-the-art analytics so that Williams-Sonoma can solidify its reputation as a forward-thinking retailer with a collaborative work culture. . Barra has been leading the organization since 2014.

HR, Training and the ‘Gig’ Economy

HRExecutive

a labor market analytics firm, grew to 32 million from just over 20 million between 2001 and 2014, rising to almost 18 percent of all jobs. New survey data finds few organizations are investing in their employees’ training and development these days, and I’m beginning to think the “gig economy” may have something to do with it.

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7 Reasons Why it is a Great Time to be in Human Resources!

NCHRA

Perhaps the most strident, recent criticism comes from management guru, Ram Charan (whom I admire), in the July-August, 2014 issue of the Harvard Business Review. The War for Talent, 2001. ). We need to be more business savvy, strategic, analytical, and innovative.

How to Improve Employee Performance: Make Everyone a Data Scientist

Bonfyre

In response to this new urgency, people analytics emerged as a beacon of hope in the big data sphere. The next evolution in people analytics will come from a similar bottom-up perspective. I first witnessed the potential of big data in 2001 when Sergeant Bob Heimberger of the St.

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