Prove the ROI of Your Organization’s Learning Program

Everwise

With the ever-increasing pace of work, taking a step back to focus on employee development can feel challenging. That said, building a professional development program can improve engagement, growth, and productivity. Prove ROI in Your Learning Development Program.

Five Powerful Ways Your HR Team Can Leverage Big Data

SuccessFactors

While it might seem challenging, learning how to manage Big Data is crucial for any HR department that wants to develop and advance. Analyzing various internal surveys can help HR understand what improves retention. Talent forecasting. What skills can they develop?

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Becoming Simply Irresistible: Positive work environment

Bersin with Deloitte

In our research we’ve developed a simple model that identifies four key elements of a positive work environment. We also studied this topic and found that “high-recognition companies” have 31 percent lower voluntary turnover than companies with poor recognition cultures. Part 3 of 5.

HR Advice for Small and Medium Businesses

HR Partner

The culture and leadership within a business have big implications for employee output, innovation and of course, employee turnover. The number one cited reason for turnover is your boss. Talent, talent, talent. Employee engagement translates to employee retention.

Becoming Simply Irresistible: Positive work environment

HR Times

In our research we’ve developed a simple model that identifies four key elements of a positive work environment. We also studied this topic and found that “high-recognition companies” have 31 percent lower voluntary turnover than companies with poor recognition cultures. Part 3 of 5.

Will HR Close the Great Divide?

NCHRA

A senior line executive in a leading $4B technology company needed to accelerate new product development and commercialization to stay ahead of a much larger competitor. The turnover timeframe of Fortune 500 companies has shrunk. This flawed process was developed three decades ago.