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. based consultancy recently unveiled its 2014 Global Aon Hewitt Top Companies for Leaders list, a group of 25 organizations selected and ranked by a panel of independent judges, including experts from Wharton School of Business, the Indian School of Business, PUC Minas and Ivey School of Business.

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Assessing Values in Online Technology Part 4

HR Examiner

Director Talent Acquisition: 12%. Talent Management. Knowledge Management. Talent Management. Crowded (acquired by Valilly Talent Intelligence). Engage Talent (Workforce Logiq). Montage Talent (Modern Hire). Talvista (Talent Sonar).

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After Years of 3% Increases, Where Have All the Good Raises Gone?

TLNT: The Business of HR

percent in 2001, from a high of 10 percent in 1981. percent in 2014, the survey of 1,064 organizations found. Employee Recognition HR Communications HR Management HR Trends Retention & Engagement Rewards Talent Management FeaturedLast month, The New York Times published an article bemoaning the loss of pay raises in favor of one-time bonuses and non-monetary rewards.

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Meet 5 HR Pros Who Became CEOs

Cornerstone On Demand

Gone are the days of interchangeable workers turning out widgets; the modern workplace is built on innovation and creativity, and getting the best ideas requires understanding how to attract, keep and work with the best talent. Does that mean your CHRO, the go-to expert on people and talent, might be the best choice when selecting a new president or CEO for your company? She was vice president of global human resources from 2009 to 2011 and was named CEO in January 2014.

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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. In fact, employment statistics show a near perfect negative (-96%) correlation between low unemployment and high “quit level” among surveyed employees from January 2001 to January 2015 (Figure 1). See my previous post on candidate relationship management.)

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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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