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Workers are looking – and leaving – for career development

HR Morning

Prospective employees see career development as among the most important reasons to sign with —and stay with — with your organization. And, while you may think you are offering top-notch learning and development programs, they don’t think you are doing such a great job. Surveys show that workers and employers don’t agree on how well organizations are meeting employees’ development expectations. Employee development. Leadership development.

How To Build a Successful Mentoring Program

HR Bartender

The Boomer generation is planning to leave the workforce (or at least transition to part-time or semi-retirement). One of my go-to resources for design ideas is the Association for Talent Development’s (ATD) Infoline series. So the metrics should correspond to those goals.

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ICYMI: What We Learned at SHRM 2019

Cornerstone On Demand

For example, hiring older workers who are typically considered “overqualified" or “too close to retirement" can create a multi-generational workforce that offers different types of viewpoints, mentorship opportunities and a healthy exchange of ideas that you won't see in an office of all millennials.

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HR, It's Time to Improve Your Employee Retention Strategy

Cornerstone On Demand

The demographic pressures and the tsunami of retirements are high level barometers of more to come. Although constantly recruiting and training new employees is expensive, it is the ancillary effects on productivity, customer satisfaction, manger effectiveness and engagement metrics that truly impact the overall business operations. Among employees surveyed in Cornerstone's Career Trends Report, 74 percent actively monitor the trajectory of their career by setting goals.

The 2020 Workforce: Misconceptions Between Management and Employees

China Gorman

As of now, only 50% of HR departments state that they use quantifiable metrics and benchmarking in workforce development and only 47% say they know how to extract meaningful insights from the data available to them.

Top 10 Technology Skills Every HR Professional Needs Today: A Guest Post

OmegaHR Solutions

Samuel, the founder – editor of skillsbuildtraining.com, that offers online video-based training in the areas of IT, Communication, and Business Skills. Those who hope to fit into the HR sector now require specific career development skills to thrive in the field.

HR TechStack – Performance Tracking

WhoKnows

Performance management systems are used to manage employee progress, performance, and development in relation to organizational goals. So, the technology you use to hire new employees is the same tech you use to pay your workforce, comply with regulations, train your people and much more.