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Going Beyond Basic Benefits

HRO Today

According to Corporate Senior Vice President and CHRO LeighAnne Baker, the organization’s benefits strategy has resulted in lower turnover than its competitors, higher employee engagement rates than industry benchmarks, and improved year-over-year diversity and inclusion metrics.

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Career Champions

HRO Today

In this environment, career development is no longer a perk reserved for certain high-ranking positions—it is an expectation. Moreover, they signal to employees that the employer values its people and is interested in their success—not just on the job, but throughout their careers.

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Workforce Evolution: How Hiring Teams Are Managing Contingent Workers

Eightfold

The team at Deloitte also advises HR teams to onboard contingent workers and provide them with development opportunities. Upskilling and reskilling are fast becoming essential to career development for most employees, but it’s even more so for freelancers.

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Moving beyond the annual survey for better employee inspiration and engagement

Ceridian

Many CHRO’s, CEO’s and other leaders have conceptualized the role engagement plays in an organization. Companies shouldn’t strive just for employee development in terms of knowledge and job skills – they should also look to develop engagement.