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Break Talent Management Madness

Discussions about talent management systems can lead to many places. Many companies use multiple sources to accomplish their talent management needs: a recruiter to find people; different motivation systems attempting to engage employees; and advance, or develop, people through internal managers measuring performance with basic performance indicators. However, it is rare for all these pieces […]

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Use The Right Weapons If You Want To Win The Battle For IT Talent

According to a new information technology workplace trends guide from global HR firm Randstad, the inadequate supply of IT talent is the second-biggest threat to U.S. companies’ ability to meet targets. Not only is it more difficult to find top IT talent, turnover rates are up. The study found that nearly two in five IT […]

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Shifting Role of HR

The Deloitte 2016 Global Human Capital Trends report, based on more than 7,000 responses in over 130 countries around the world, found that executives see a need to redesign the organization. The report stated that after three years of struggling to drive employee engagement and retention, improve leadership, and build a meaningful culture, 92 percent […]

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Where Will Your Talented Knowledge Workers Be Next Year?

According to recent surveys your top talent could be working for someone else within the next year. High rates of employee turnover and lack of engagement continue to be major concerns among business leaders particularly in knowledge based enterprises.   This is an increasing concern now that Millennials are the largest generational demographic in the […]

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Connecting Employee Trust To Bottom-line Results.

Contrary to popular belief, cultivating a high-trust culture is not a “soft” skill — it’s a hard necessity. Put another way, it’s the foundational element of high-performing organizations. Often, in poor-performing cultures, the virus that is infecting the organization is low trust and the symptoms are wide- ranging dysfunction, redundancy, turnover, bureaucracy, disengagement, and fraud. […]

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