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Organizational Talent Pools: 4 Steps to Developing Employees

HR Bartender

(Editor’s Note: Today’s article is an excerpt from my new book, “ The Recruiter’s Handbook: A Complete Guide for Sourcing, Selecting, and Engaging the Best Talent “ (SHRM, 2018) SHRM members can order a discounted copy at the SHRMStore. However, creating a talent pool takes some planning.

The ultimate guide to selecting a Human Resource Management System

Zoho People

On the whole, an HRMS has everything you need to improve your workforce management. The modern workforce has many millennial and Gen Z employees, so it’s becoming more technology-oriented, flexible, and collaborative. An HRMS provides everything that employees want in terms of collaboration, engagement, benefits, career development, and more. This will help you to build an engaged and motivated workforce, which in turn improves retention rates and work quality.

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Using people analytics to improve health care performance

HR Times

Using data to drive more effective health care workforce planning. Along with overall consolidation in the industry, the health care workforce is undergoing radical changes that come with challenges: Rising turnover —While the national rate of hospital employee turnover leveled off at 17.1 More than half (55 percent) of the RN workforce is age 50 or older. Uncategorized Workforce Analytics Data analytics health care Retention Turnover

Top 100 HR and Recruitment Blogs [by Organic Traffic with Top 3 Articles Each]

Ongig

Employee handbook: 6 must-have policies for your manual. HR Management and Planning. Workforce Leadership. An anesthesiologist salary could make you light-headed, but is it the right career for you? Building Career Sites. Career Advice. Career Development.

Using people analytics to improve health care performance

Bersin

Using data to drive more effective health care workforce planning. More than half (55 percent) of the RN workforce is age 50 or older. To gain insights that drive value, executives should transition from qualitative- to quantitative-based workforce planning.