The Latest News and Recommendations for Effective Human Capital Management
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Having a wellness program is more important than ever. Your employees want it, and you know the great things it can do for morale, productivity, and engagement in the office. But there’s just one little problem: employees aren’t participating.
While businesses of all sizes benefit from better understanding their talent, whether incoming or already in place, small and medium sized businesses (SMBs) often have a significantly smaller window for mistakes. That’s why it’s a necessity for SMBs to utilize pre-hire and post-hire assessments to make more informed decisions wherever possible.
When you look at a talent analytics report, do your eyes start to glaze over? Human capital means dealing with people, not numbers, right? Not exactly.
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.
Workplace wellness programs have existed since major corporations began cropping up in the late 1800s, but today’s wellness programs aren’t like your grandma’s — they’ve evolved over the decades to better meet employee and company needs.