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HR Analytics – The “GPS” of True HR Transformation

Visier

Since the mid-1990s, the phrase, “HR transformation,” has been a part of HR’s common vernacular. In fact, it is so often-used some regard it as almost a form of HR “smart talk” – something that many talk about, but few really understand how to do. What is HR Transformation?

Wellbeing Initiatives and ROI

New to HR

With the rise of Big Data and metric analytics, HR can now provide company leaders. The post Wellbeing Initiatives and ROI appeared first on Human Resources Global. HR Health, Wellness & Safety Analytics HR HR Metrics HR Tech roi Wellbeing

From Hindrance to Hero: How HR Can Reclaim Its Rightful Role

Oracle HCM - Modern HR in the Cloud

But at many companies, HR hasn’t been invited to the party that is figuring out how to prosper in this new environment, its role often diminished to that of a pesky interloper clucking about rules and procedures. Clearly, HR needs to do some things differently. Modern HR.

Compliance Efforts Not So Great Globally, Either

HRExecutive

Well, it appears those two disciplines are in need of collar corrections on the global stage as well. compliance corporate culture corporate governance ethics globalization HR profession

Moving HR work so that it does not move back

HR Times

Posted by Michael Gretczko , and Rajesh Attra on February 10, 2016. Just as it can be a challenge to finally nudge that profligate offspring out of the house with confidence that he or she will not reappear when things get tough, HR work moved to a service center can also exhibit the tendency to gravitate back to the originating team. HR Shared Services. HR process migration projects can be divided into five phases: mobilize, design, build, simulate, and transition.

The candidate as customer

HR Times

Posted by Arthur Mazor and Bill Cleary on November 15, 2016. Gone are the days when HR could simply announce open positions and expect to get plenty of interested candidates. A mishandled recruiting effort could well mean one less customer for your business.

A new operating model for talent acquisition

HR Times

Posted by Arthur Mazor and Bill Cleary on December 13, 2016. In our previous post , we looked at some of the ways HR can learn from leading practices for customer experience to improve talent acquisition. And that’s likely to be money well spent.

A new operating model for talent acquisition

HR Times

Posted by Arthur Mazor and Bill Cleary on December 13, 2016. In our previous post , we looked at some of the ways HR can learn from leading practices for customer experience to improve talent acquisition. That means linking recruitment more closely to overall corporate strategy as well as promoting a smoother ride for candidates through the process. And that’s likely to be money well spent. For more insights about current HR topics, visit the HR Times blog.

HR Certification Guide: Untangling the Web

Workology

The HR certification landscape is now complex, political and often times confusing for practitioners. I can’t imagine what newbies feel like as they begin researching HR certification programs and testing. Untangling the HR Certification Web: 40+ HR Certification Designations.

If You Don’t Ask The Right Qs, You Get The Answers You Deserve!

In Full Bloom HR

That’s why I published my first post on this topic on 9-12-2011 , just in time for the 2011 HR Technology Conference, and why I’ve been doing a fresh version almost annually. What about our global payroll requirements ? How can we keep all the pieces playing well together?

A true HR strategy is about more than HR

Bersin with Deloitte

Elevating HR’s role to drive a sustainable business future. Despite HR’s evolution over the past 20 years, HR is not consistently creating sustainable business value for organizations. Only 20 percent of business executives believe HR is adequately planning for their companies’ future talent needs 1. And, only 22 percent feel confident that their organization is adapting well to employees’ needs. What does HR strategy really mean?

A true HR strategy is about more than HR

HR Times

Elevating HR’s role to drive a sustainable business future. Despite HR’s evolution over the past 20 years, HR is not consistently creating sustainable business value for organizations. Only 20 percent of business executives believe HR is adequately planning for their companies’ future talent needs 1. And, only 22 percent feel confident that their organization is adapting well to employees’ needs. What does HR strategy really mean?

Capabilities and containers

HR Times

Both should be developed for Business HR impact. Because of this reality, many business leaders have increasingly turned to HR to design programs that attract, develop, engage, and retain the very best talent and deploy solutions that support a culture of innovation. HR Transformation.

Capabilities and containers

HR Times

Both should be developed for Business HR impact. Because of this reality, many business leaders have increasingly turned to HR to design programs that attract, develop, engage, and retain the very best talent and deploy solutions that support a culture of innovation. HR Transformation.