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KPIs Alone Will Not Fix The Diversity Problem

SuccessFactors

And when it comes to business objectives, KPIs are our go-to benchmark. We know bias in business undermines employee commitment, performance, and retention. In our own business, a dedicated team launched Autism@Work in 2013—our industry-leading program.

Why We Need Retail Employee Engagement Now More Than Ever

Bonfyre

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. Retail turnover is breaking records–bad ones. Turnover is turning skilled employees away.

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How Scarcity and Attrition Might Ruin Recruitment Planning

HR Daily Advisor

Also, when you are dealing with a short supply, it may drive the organization to do more retention and more development. What do benchmark data reveal about industry and occupation trends? Turnover rate. Anticipated Supply 2013 = Sum of Current Headcount – Anticipated Exits – Anticipated Retirements. Anticipated Supply 2014 = Sum of 2013 Anticipated Supply – Anticipated Exits – Anticipated Retirements. What’s working in retention?

#Employee Feedback Is The Killer App #HR

TalentHQ

As the economy grows and the job market gets hotter, employee engagement and retention have become a top priority. Why is there such a wide variation in employee engagement and retention? A new market has emerged: Employee feedback apps for the corporate marketplace.

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iCIMS - Technology for Induction - and ensuring Quality of Hire ~ HR.

Strategic HCM

There are two issues I think recruiters, and other HR professionals, need to understand in order to get to grips with this more important objective / metric. Perhaps less intuitively, iCIMS are also seeing positive impacts on their client’s engagement scores and retention rates as well.

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