September 12, 2017

7 Areas to Improve Your Talent Management

Talent Management. Even the term can be frightening. Talent Management encompasses so much that it can be difficult to know how to improve it. In this article, we scour research, consult experts and break Talent Management into distinct areas to make it easier.

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August 15, 2017

5 Refresher Courses Your Employees Need to Take

In the HR world, and within the workplace, learning something once isn’t good enough. In order to ensure that your A Players stay on top of their game, continuous learning must be a driving factor. And, as an HR leader, it is important that you provide learning opportunities to all employees, including HR who are often overlooked in these types of initiatives. Unfortunately, this continuous learning can be put on the back burner because the overall HR budget has a historical median of only about 1%.

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Talent Management

August 13, 2017

Ongoing Training: 4 Astounding Benefits For Your Employees

No job remains the same forever. Even if jobs never evolved, your employees do. Research shows that employees want to learn, change and grow in their careers. Spend on corporate training has grown to over $70 billion in the United States. Indeed, 87% of millennials say professional development or career growth opportunities are very important to them in their search for a new job.

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Talent Management

August 11, 2017

Self-Assessment: The 5 Abilities Only HR Superheroes Have

What does it take to be an HR Superhero? Do you have it? Find out what makes HR leaders stand out above the rest and assess yourself to see if you’re one of them or if you could use a little training yourself.

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Talent Management

August 7, 2017

3 Revelations to Create a Culture of Learning

What if 74% of your organization’s workers felt they weren’t reaching their peak potential? A recent study of 4,300 employees found that 74% felt as though they were underachieving. While there are many factors at work to cause this sentiment, it’s the approach to learning and development that tells the story. For instance, only 12% of learners actually apply the skills they gained in training to their job. Because that training happens in the early days of employment, engagement and satisfaction could very well be suffering within the first few weeks on the job.

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