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Does Performance Management Really Help Every Employee Become Their Best Self?

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I was recruited by a 7,000 person public consulting firm and then quickly relegated to what I called “beige cubicle land.” This launched me into a near decade long inquiry and exploration where I studied everything I could get my hands on, from productivity to psychology (and everything in between) and attended seminars ranging from personal development to business. The employee retention dilemma.

5 Data-Based Reasons to Make Employee Education a Priority

Achievers

Offering educational opportunities has a wide variety of benefits for both employees and companies, and gives a competitive advantage from a recruiting standpoint. While some companies can afford to help their employees’ take graduate courses, for example, others simply provide in-house employee education opportunities or give employees a chance to learn outside of work by attending relevant conferences, seminars and trainings.

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

Strategic HCM

That’s great to see - it’s something recruiters should be focusing on much more than they do (rather than just recruitment time and cost). 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. Recruitment. (41).

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