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Who’s Leading the Way?

HRExecutive

But, each year since 2001, Aon Hewitt has done its best to pinpoint the traits shared by the best business leaders—and the companies that excel in cultivating them. HR profession leadership development talent management

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Addressing 2015’s No. 1 business challenge:

HR Times

Nearly nine out of 10 (87 percent) of the 3,300+ business and HR leaders surveyed consider culture and engagement issues to be “important; 50 percent say they’re “very important” — double the results in 2014. See my previous post on candidate relationship management.)

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

NCHRA

Pundits, academics and business executives alike have been criticizing HR for not being business savvy, having poor strategic thinking and analysis skills, not having predictive models, innovation, and even a lack of activeness, agility and competence. The War for Talent, 2001. ).

HR, Training and the ‘Gig’ Economy

HRExecutive

Saba, a global provider of talent management solutions, just released additional findings from its spring Global Leadership Survey , in which it found that a mere 13 percent of companies worldwide invest in talent-management programs to further employees’ growth and career path. 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.

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