Q&A with Laura Carstensen: Why You Can't Afford to Ignore Senior Talent

Cornerstone On Demand

While workplaces often focus on recruiting younger talent, they’re ignoring the opportunities that seniors bring to their businesses, says Laura L. What are companies often ignoring about the value of older talent? Some employers are beginning to give people the options to have more flexible work, reduced hours, and a more gradual retirement transition. Talent Management Talent Management Baby Boomers Generations

How to Navigate Workplace Complexities to Help Foster Diversity

TLNT: The Business of HR

There is no denying that diversity in the workplace is good for business, but first and foremost, HR needs to focus on hiring for the top talent. In an economy where the average age of retirement is now 62 years old , our workforce is straddling more generations than ever before. Talent Management Best practices Company culture Diversity Engagement Generational issues HR management HR trends Leadership Management talent management

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2014 HRPS Global Conference: Empower Your Talent with Purpose

Cielo HR Leader

The changing economy is rapidly altering how organizations view talent. Challenges such as the impending retirement cliff, an increasing skills gap and talent shortages, as well as the persistent difficulty of retaining top employees—who are creating havoc across all companies and industries. These challenges demand the status quo for talent acquisition and talent management strategies be modernized, updated and transformed in an effort for to stay competitive.

Supply Chain Management: Closing the Skills Gap

China Gorman

So how do we remedy this talent shortage and close the skills gap? This is a hot topic among organization leaders and management, and USCCF’s report offers an interesting strategy that, while different, may be an actionable way for organizations and institutions to start remedying this challenge. USCCF’s approach, dubbed talent pipeline management , is expected to provide more effective transitions for students into the workforce and improved career advancement for current workers.

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5 Culture Trends for 2019

attract, engage, and retain top talent should. talent with technology. Automated Talent Management 1990s-2000s 2004-2012 2012-2017 2019+ Integrated Talent Management Engagement, Fit, Culture, Analytics Productivity, Performance, Teams AUTOMATE INTEGRATE ENGAGE PERFORM Talent Management: Integrated processes and. Talent as core to HR. PERFORMANCE MANAGEMENT The saying “the annual performance review. management.

What Millennials Really Want from Employers

TalentCulture

Comparatively, 62% of Gen X say it’s likely they will never leave their current employer and 84% of boomers plan to stick by their current employer until retirement. Talent Management Workplace Culture and Innovation business employee retention Management Millennials talent strategy There are a lot of rumors going around that suggest millennials are notoriously hard to attract and even harder to keep.

The 7 Steps to Launch and Maintain a Great Wellness Program

HR Daily Advisor

We’ve often heard, “If you can’t measure it, you can’t manage it,” says Ryan. Talent management challenges like Millennials managing Baby Boomers you once thought would have retired years ago. Talent Management.

HTHJ Managers? They’re Sending Your Best People Packing

HR Daily Advisor

Do you have managers who say to their employees, “You should be Happy To Have a Job”? Top Management Involvement. How should you go about getting management involvement with retention efforts? You do need a high level manager to champion these efforts, says Katz. If you have managers who say, “I don’t have to praise my employees; they get a paycheck—they’re just doing their jobs,” don’t pilot your program in that department, Katz quips.

Financial Well-being = Mental Well-being For Employees

TalentCulture

In addition, the burden of financial stress can be something people carry with them as they enter into the workforce, and not something that manifests due to a life-long habit of poor money management or misfortunate circumstances. Financially, in 2014, seven out of ten college seniors exited school with an average of $28,400 in student debt, as reported by the group, Project on Student Debt. Keeping employees focused and productive can be a challenge for many companies.

Don’t Believe The Hype: Unlabeling Millennials

TalentCulture

The very term millennial has marketing-ploy written all over it; and that works contrary to the role of HR, which is to recruit talent. Here’s the basic premise to recruiting talent: Recruit talent. Also, it’s a recruiter’s or hiring manager’s job to see past hype and stereotype in order to create an authentic and constructive relationship between candidate /new hire and company. High time to consider talent the fulcrum, not generational trends.

Employee Benefits in 2016: Perks or Expectations?

TalentCulture

In fact, according to employment recruiting and review site Glassdoor , “With nearly three in five (57 percent) people reporting benefits and perks being among their top considerations before accepting a job, some employers are raising the bar even higher to help attract talent.”. The class of 2015 graduated with an average debt of $35,051 , about $2,000 more than their peers in 2014. Are employee benefits today considered perks, or are they expected?

The Machine Learning Big Data Guide for HR & Recruiting #hrtechconf

Workology

But, in this highly competitive business world, talent management and development takes a back seat to business plans and meeting ever looming deadlines. In 2015, talent management, specifically employee development is becoming a priority for employers as they re-evaluate the cost of recruiting, hiring and onboarding in comparison to the cost of retaining and developing internal talent within the organization.

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Using people analytics to improve health care performance

HR Times

percent in 2015 (slightly below 2014), 2 bedside registered nurse (RN) turnover increased from 16.4 percent in 2014 to 17.2 Potential retirement bubble— The aging US population is producing a potential employee retirement bubble, and the health care industry is not immune to this. It can uncover opportunities to transform HR practices and optimize talent-focused investments and programs by helping executives make more informed decisions about their workforce.

Paid Sick Leave—More Recordkeeping on the Rise?

HR Daily Advisor

Under the Healthy Workplaces, Healthy Families Act of 2014, effective July 1, 2015, all California employers (both public AND private) will be required to provide paid sick leave to their employees. Talent management challenges like Millennials managing Baby Boomers you once thought would have retired years ago. Talent Management. HR Management BLR Game Plan HR Talent

Next Generation L&D: From ‘Learning’ To ‘Performance’

looop

In relation to HR technology, he talks about the shift from Talent Management towards Team and Work Management, focusing today on systems of productivity and making the work better. Retire The Training / Learning Needs Analysis. So retire it and focus on performance at the outset of the conversation. David James is Digital Learning Strategist with Looop and was Director of Talent, Learning & OD for The Walt Disney Company’s EMEA region until 2014.

A Guide to Strategic Workforce Planning

Analytics in HR

According to Evers (2014), strategic workforce planning is becoming increasingly important for a number of reasons. Demographic changes : An aging workforce poses a number of different problems, including a lack of in-demand skills, reskilling challenges, and mass-retirement. Talent management: Talented employees form a competitive advantage for the company. Overhead and management are of secondary concern.

Using people analytics to improve health care performance

Bersin

percent in 2015 (slightly below 2014), 2 bedside registered nurse (RN) turnover increased from 16.4 percent in 2014 to 17.2 Potential retirement bubble— The aging US population is producing a potential employee retirement bubble, and the health care industry is not immune to this.

100+ Top HR and Recruiting Podcasts

Select Software Reviews

Recruiting Host: Gordon Collier About: Dropping talent acquisition value in short consumable episodes designed for the "recruiter". chattalent Host: Alan Walker About: In this podcast Alan Walker speaks to industry leaders, interesting Talent, Recruitment & HR folk, and anyone else who has a story to tell, or something interesting say. It includes stories and journeys of CHRO's, Chief People Officers, CEO, Head of Talent, and more. Join us as we reimagine talent.

Double the Value of Your Equity Compensation Communications

GuideSpark

Retaining top talent is one of the biggest challenges facing companies in today’s competitive labor market. According to findings from Towers Watson’s 2014 Global Workforce and Global Talent Management and Rewards Studies , base pay/salary is the top driver of employee retention. In addition, one-third of managers don’t feel equipped to handle compensation conversations with direct reports.

Bitter Employees Stay Bitter for a Reason

Workology

The letter excoriates Tsujihara and other WB execs for being careless with studio money, making bad project and talent management decisions and just generally being screw ups. I was also there in 2014, when you made the decision to lay off 10 percent of your workforce. Under Pros, one reviewer wrote “There were free bagels on Wednesdays but even that was used as a guilt tactic by management [sic].”