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BLR’s 2017–2018 Pay Budget and Variable Pay Survey

HR Daily Advisor

How much of an increase in pay are your employees receiving in 2017? 2017 Merit Increases. last year and 16% the year before) of employers awarding merit increases of up to 2.5% (averaged across all employee types). awarded as much to employees at the management level, 19.7%

HR Leaders Guide to Digitalisation Transformation

EmployeeConnect

In the greater context of the organisation, the process of acquiring and retaining digital talent, developing digital skills across the employees of the organisation, and fostering digital understanding at the senior leadership level include in their priorities. Information that is presently available on digital skills and capabilities at an employee level. What metrics have been deployed to understand and measure the digital skills and capabilities.

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Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion: Where Do We Start?

Astron Solutions

Everything – the entire employee life cycle, from recruitment & hiring practices, to organizational culture, to employee exit. Your workforce should be free of biases in these categories as well. • What if employees don’t want to share this information with HR?

Hire a Marketer for Your HR Department

TalentCulture

For example, consider how well HR and marketing work together. In a way, the HR department plays an integral role in shaping the company culture, from the way the employer brand is represented during the recruiting process, to the how employees perceive the company.

Your Guide to HR Career Paths

Namely

With a one-person HR team, administrative duties often take priority over strategic initiatives, like employee experience, workforce planning, or company culture. Are your employees engaged? The HR Data Analyst tracks metrics throughout the talent lifecycle to inform better processes.

Employer Brand Vs. Consumer Brand: What’s The Difference?

SuccessFactors

That’s still relatively new. Many companies know they should be doing more of it to recruit talent and increase employee engagement—but they don’t have the budget or resources to follow through. For employer branding, recruitment and improved employee relations are key goals.

Around the Bonfyre with Reneé Maxwell of Hansgrohe North America

Bonfyre

For Reneé Maxwell, employee retention, successful training and development, and internal promotability stand out as key signifiers of employee engagement. For our latest installment of Around the Bonfyre, we talked to Maxwell about the qualities an HR Director needs to address engagement and culture, while also prioritizing employee performance. We now do everything from employee relations to organizational communication.

Redefining the Corporate Ladder – Moving Across vs Moving Up

Pingboard

Some of the primary drivers are the current economic and competitive markets, as well as the always-on mobile environment. Employees must be given the opportunity to cross department lines to offer their skills and talents wherever they are needed most. The Old Rickety Ladder.

7 HRM Books that Every HR Professional Should Read

Digital HR Tech

These are defined in five parts: recruitment, placement & talent management, training & development, compensation, and employee relations. Ulrich’s work is always very well-researched and so is this book. Predictive HR Analytics: Mastering the HR Metric.

How HR Can Impact Business Outcomes 100% of the Time

HR Daily Advisor

Instead, human resource (HR) departments need to focus on employee experiences. Two recent studies ( 2016 and 2017 ) found that the top drivers of 30+ organizations’ outcomes were management, job fit, and senior leadership—with management being the most consistent driver of outcomes.

Employer Brand vs. Consumer Brand: What’s the Difference?

TalentCulture

That’s still relatively new. Many companies know they should be doing more of it to recruit talent and increase employee engagement—but they don’t have the budget or resources to follow through. For employer branding, recruitment and improved employee relations are key goals.