The Latest News and Recommendations for Effective Human Capital Management
For many organizations, the immediate aftermath of the election is having a destabilizing effect on workplace culture and productivity that HR leadership must address.read more
With policy changes and financial woes mounting for most healthcare providers, what is it that Leaders know and Followers don’t?
With 53% of organizations indicating that their biggest HR struggle is overcoming the shortages of required skills available in the labor pool, savvy businesses are striving harder to ensure they find, engage, hire, and retain the best talent. Here are some of the recruiting tools that the Best-in-Class are using this year.
In a recent study by Astbury Marsden, 61% of City workers responded that they’re prepared to move jobs this year if they aren’t presented with a satisfactory compensation package. But is compensation the only factor in employee retention? Aberdeen Group’s Zach Lahey says no.
It’s particularly difficult to share tacit knowledge, which is essential to your company’s competitive advantage, without a plan in place to encourage interaction and socialization between employees.
In an age where human capital — the collective experiences, qualities, skills, and knowledge of a company’s workforce — has become its most important asset, organizations need to start pushing for better ways to hire, engage, and keep the most talented employees.
The fear that your most experienced talent could be working for your competition tomorrow shapes the face of today’s workplace. The answer to this dilemma, of course, is to place a greater focus on holding onto your talent this year.