Aberdeen’s senior HCM analyst, Howard Adamsky, shares his highlights from the HR Tech conference in Chicago last week.
As the rest of the skills gap begins to close, “soft skills” like critical thinking, problem-solving, and communication still aren’t catching up.
Contingent labor is here to stay. Do you know how to manage it?
One of the many myths of leadership is that leadership is in charge — that they have the power to steer the ship, hire and fire as needed, and wear great shoes. In reality, the employees are the ultimate arbiters of organizational success.
Senior Aberdeen analyst Howard Adamsky has researched HCM in healthcare as an outsider. Today, he shares his insights as an insider, and demands that we strive for more than “good enough.”
Today’s healthcare organizations are struggling with the need to achieve change that is fast, profitable, and supports positive patient outcomes. With HCAHPS scores an important factor in organizational profitability, perhaps soft skills are just what the doctor ordered.
Consider these top 6 reasons why companies aren’t sourcing the talent they need.
Imagine that your situation is dire and immediate. You have no time to go online and read hospital reviews. You have no time to call friends for opinions. You do not even have the time to call an MD friend for advice. They are carting you off to the hospital, fast, in an attempt to keep you alive. But in who’s hands will your life be?
In order to attract and retain talent, Best-in-Class organizations focus on optimizing the employee experience, which includes bringing the workplace into the modern era with digital solutions.
Onboarding sets the tone for all things to come when an employee joins your organization, so doing it well is paramount. I urge you to consider the following four fundamentals of employee onboarding.