Traditional performance reviews are hindering equitable performance growth, productivity, and employee participation in organizational goals and objectives. So what are Best-in-Class companies doing about it?
While HR is realizing the value of Recruitment Marketing, investing in the necessary technology can be a tough sell for the C-suite. Here’s some information that will help inform leadership about the financial value of Recruitment Marketing in 2018.
Long championed by Wall Street as the end of unpredictable behavior in the workforce, AI holds many promises. Replacing human labor isn’t, and shouldn’t be, one of them.
Most companies are failing to build a successful pipeline today because they are building their talent pipelines backwards. Let’s take a look at some research that explains why this is happening, and assess how Recruitment Marketing can help.
In order to close the skills gap, savvy organizations are looking to their internal talent pool. Here’s how
Following the financial crisis, employers leaned heavily on the contingent workforce, rather than taking risks on full-time employees.
Talent acquisition is now focused on generating an ongoing talent pipeline that applies sales mechanics to the hiring process.
While candidate pipelines and talent profiles are important, HR still has a role to play in the face-to-face vetting of candidates. Sometimes, hiring outside the box can drive the innovation your organization needs.