How Employee Self-Evaluation Can Help Your Company
Sep26

How Employee Self-Evaluation Can Help Your Company

The best companies are adopting self-evaluation. Why? because self-evaluation is beneficial for both the employee and the employer. Let’s investigate… What is self-evaluation? Self-evaluation is a process of defining goals by employees, achieving goals by employees, and evaluating results by employees, all by himself. It is a process which allows employees to set his goals, and evaluate himself at the end of the cycle. The...

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Why Is HR So Slow to Adopt People Analytics?
Sep18

Why Is HR So Slow to Adopt People Analytics?

People Analytics: What is in Store For the Future of HR? Advanced analytics has always been a tough tactic to adopt for HR pros looking to improve processes. HR teams are constantly being ladened with conventional data management and administrative work such that its’ true potential is being concealed; even though HR holds tremendous capabilities and opportunities that can significantly add value to businesses. So why is there still a...

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HRchat Podcast Interview: Improving the Candidate Experience with Kevin W. Grossman
Aug22

HRchat Podcast Interview: Improving the Candidate Experience with Kevin W. Grossman

Listen to this HRchat show with Bill Banham and guest Kevin W. Grossman as they discuss ways to better understand and improve the candidate experience, the WorkingTech show, and the InnovateWork event series. About Our HRchat Guest Kevin W. Grossman is the Talent Board President of Global CandE Programs responsible for all aspects of the Candidate Experience Awards benchmark research program and other Talent Board activities...

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How Technology is Making a Difference to Human Resource Management
Aug02

How Technology is Making a Difference to Human Resource Management

Human resource management is a complex field, and technology today plays a huge role in reducing this complexity and making it easier for HR professionals and practitioners to improve the way they manage their tasks. In this article, we will go into the specifics and see where technology is actually making a difference: Streamlined recruitment process: Recruitment processes can often be conducted in an ad hoc manner with communication...

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Professional Development is Important to Millennials
Aug01

Professional Development is Important to Millennials

Millennials are changing the workplace, and they are doing so in large numbers. Born between 1980 and 2000, millennials are the face of the newest generation of workers, and they demand a different workplace than the generations before them. They can command those changes because they are in short supply in places where birth rates are lower, and they will support an older population as life expectancy increases, points out a 2011 PwC...

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How to Avoid Training Getting Lost in Translation
Jul10

How to Avoid Training Getting Lost in Translation

Designing and running training courses across international locations has become a lot more prevalent in today’s globalized marketplace. Not only are training companies exporting their content and courses, but within companies themselves, HR departments are becoming increasingly responsible for the development of training solutions that must be rolled out internationally. The centralisation of training content and delivery is, of...

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Six Reasons Why You Should Opt for HRMS Software
Jun28

Six Reasons Why You Should Opt for HRMS Software

Developing the right software architecture is important for businesses to thrive. Automation of different processes can help organizations achieve higher productivity. Streamlining of workforce management processes with the help of HRMS software is equally important for businesses to achieve desired results. After all, employees form an important part of the work culture of any organization. Most organizations prefer the integrated...

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Improving the Performance of Long-Term Employees
Jun27

Improving the Performance of Long-Term Employees

HR professionals talk a lot about what it takes to recruit and retain new employees, but what’s discussed less, is how to keep the long-term stalwarts of our companies engaged beyond the 2, 5, and 10 year mark. Focusing on newbie recruits alone can create a workplace where managers rarely acknowledge long-term employees who, in turn, are at risk of becoming woefully unengaged.   Recent research from Gallup found that 87% of employees...

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