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Fact or hype: Do predictive workforce analytics actually work?


Since the peak of the recession in 2009, the number of unemployed persons per job opening in the US has steadily declined, and is now back at pre-recession levels. A full accounting needs to extend beyond hiring and training to include separation, productivity, and lost knowledge.

HR Analytics – The “GPS” of True HR Transformation


In an October 2009 installment of HR Executive Online, Robin Lissak articulates – most succinctly – what he considers the “four principal building blocks” of HR transformation. Demonstrating the business value that HR provides by putting metrics in place.

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Why We Need Retail Employee Engagement Now More Than Ever


When the Great Recession hit in 2009, retail, like many other industries, suffered heavy losses. A strategy to improve retail employee engagement will not just influence engagement as a singular metric, but rather a variety of conditions that improve the whole employee experience.

Social Media in Asia

Strategic HCM

More than 200 millsion Chinese now have a social network account, and eMarketer forecasts that this will reach almost 488 million by 2015. In terms of time spent online and intensity of engagement, Chinese social networks boast astonishing metrics.