Reduce Turnover: Develop an Employee Experience Strategy – #WorkInspired

HR Bartender

Being a great place to work is quite literally one of a small number of high-priority imperatives that are communicated to all employees each year as part of the company’s overall business strategy. Employee Engagement Leadership and Management Recruiting and Retention Kronos

Solidifying a Competitive Advantage with Engagement Benchmarking

Ultimate Software

As our exposure to Big Data progresses exponentially, analytics and BI are playing an increasing role in overall corporate strategy. Few departments are exempt from regularly analyzing and reporting metrics to the C-suite, and long-term tracking of this data is invaluable.

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The cost of replacing an employee – it’s more than you think

Workable

You need to fine-tune your process – not only to speed up time to fill, but also to find good candidates who will stay loyal to your company in the long run – in short, reducing employee turnover. Bora Kim , Workable’s Corporate Strategy Analyst, contributed to this report.

The cost of replacing an employee – it’s more than you think

Workable

You need to fine-tune your process – not only to speed up time to fill, but also to find good candidates who will stay loyal to your company in the long run – in short, reducing employee turnover. Bora Kim , Workable’s Corporate Strategy Analyst, contributed to this report.

Looking Ahead: 6 Employer Branding Trends to Watch Out For in 2018

Blu Ivy Group

Less of a requirement for the employer brand to look exactly like the corporate brand. This doesn’t mean that your employer branding strategy will ever be at odds with your corporate strategy – it just means your branding dollars will have more net sum impact.

A new operating model for talent acquisition

HR Times

That means linking recruitment more closely to overall corporate strategy as well as promoting a smoother ride for candidates through the process. But, they filled open positions 20 percent faster and had 40 percent less turnover in new hires.

The C-Suite Gets an Upgrade

SAP Innovation

So why, in all our enthusiasm for data-driven team efforts, are we still in thrall to the decades-old mystique of the CEO? By essentially saying that the business and its leader are one and the same, we don’t leave much room for true data-driven strategy. Patterns in data.

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