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ClearCompany Launches Bi-Directional Connector for ADP Workforce Now

In expansion to their partnership, ClearCompany has launched the first Bi-Directional Connector for ADP Workforce Now. The bi-directional connector ...
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Talent Management Strategy Guide

Talent Management Strategy Guide By: ClearCompany Updated: March 2018
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The 4 Proven Pillars of an End-To-End Talent Management Solution

Your recruitment team has a pretty obvious goal: source, hire and retain the best talent that will grow with and support the company. What isn’t so obvious is just how that team gets to the end goal. There isn’t a simple, one-size fits all answer, but there are solid solutions to common problems and barriers. We used to turn to multiple tools to hire and manage our teams, but this often proves inefficient. Gone are the days where siloed solutions effectively stand on their own.
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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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Why Employers Are Wrong About What Employees Want

There’s long been a fight between what employers think employees want, and what employees actually want. It’s possibly the least fun game of cat and mouse in our known universe, and it’s consistently one that leads to problems at every step of the hiring process. If employers don’t know what candidates want to hear at an interview, and approach them with the wrong emphasis, they’re not going to score promising employees. But why do employers make these sorts of mistakes? Why can’t employers and their employees get on the same page when it comes to certain topics? Let’s take a look at the symptoms, then work our way to the cause.
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What to Do if You Can’t Manage Talent… But Have to

Not everyone can be a manager. It’s why only 1 in 10 people possess high talent to manage, and why companies don’t choose the right person for management jobs 82% of the time. Very few have the ability to lead teams, engage them, and handle the stressful workloads of working between employees and corporate. But if you’re not the lucky 1 in 10 who can manage talent effectively, what do you do?
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Talent Management: Sustaining Performance [Part 2]

 The biggest factor in driving organizational growth is talent management. The problem with talent management is that it is such a large portion of business, that in itself can be hard to manage. This three-part series addresses some of the aspects of talent management and how to resolve poor talent management practices. Your team depends on managers to guide them and give them feedback, but unfortunately, not every manager has been properly equipped with the tools they need to invest in their employees. Without that dedication to employees, succession planning becomes a much more difficult task because there is a limited supply of prepared leaders already a part of the organization.
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