The Role of HR in Acquiring High-Performers
Feb27

The Role of HR in Acquiring High-Performers

The basic talent acquisition approach of acquiring, hiring, and retaining employees fails to drive optimal levels of success in an uncertain economy where high-performers come at a huge cost. It is estimated that the cost of hiring a single “A” player can be as high as $100,000 per annum, but this “A” player can boost the company’s revenue by 10X for each year that he/she stays with the firm. Whether you...

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Connecting BI and HR to Meet Organizational Goals Effectively
Feb24

Connecting BI and HR to Meet Organizational Goals Effectively

The Human Resource department has a mass of data that links to the mob working in an organization. To manage the swarm, HR metrics dashboards, software, and other relevant tools are used widely. As you all know, the basic job of HR managers is to manage employees’ profiles, benefits, compensation, data, etc. But is there a way to shift such data for future productivity? Is this possible? Yes, indeed! Through Business...

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The Changing Face of Human Resources
Jan11

The Changing Face of Human Resources

According to the surveys published for Effective Human Resource Management: A Global Analysis, the results displays what HR is lacking and what action HR needs to partake to become a key strategic force in major corporations. HR will have to increase its real and perceived value, and now is the time for HR to step in and play a vital role in business strategy development and implementation. The role of HR has evolved over time. The...

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HR Technology Conference & Expo Underway
Oct04

HR Technology Conference & Expo Underway

Today is the start of one of the world’s largest Expos of HR technology products and services: HR Technology Conference & Expo. This year the event is being held at the McCormick Place located in Chicago. The HR Technology Conference’s primary focus is on the business process and organizational success enabled by technology, with the distinct emphasis on Human Resources. The conference covers latest trends – SaaS, The Cloud,...

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TAtech Speaker Interview: Ane Ohm
Sep03

TAtech Speaker Interview: Ane Ohm

The TAtech Conference in fabulous Las Vegas is just weeks away. The HR Gazette are proud media partners of the event, which promises to promote crosstalk and understanding between recruiters and the companies that provide their tools and technology. Peter Weddle and the Association for Talent Acquisition Solutions team have produced an impressive line-up of speakers including including Paul Falcone (Best selling author and HR senior...

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3 Benefits Of Digital Onboarding
Aug08

3 Benefits Of Digital Onboarding

Traditional onboarding can be a bit depressing. Employees come in for their first day excited to make a difference and, in most cases, they sit in a windowless room signing form after form. Then, new employees are awkwardly introduced to the team, shown to their desk, and thrown in at the deep end — with the caveat that they’re free to ask questions about anything and everything. This is the way it’s always been done. Why change what...

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Where Will HR Tech Be in 5 Years?

From the Palm Pilot to the iPhone, technology has made the world less patient. People want answers to questions quicker than they can ask them, and for human resources, that means better communication with employees and management teams. If you look back to the days when HR teams lived on desktop computers, landlines, and fax machines, employee engagement was limited to cubicle hours and the absence an HR team member might bring work...

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5 Things To Consider When Choosing The Right HR Technology

The opportunities and challenges for HR and Leadership teams have never been greater. Potential candidates have more work choices as well as job screening tools than ever before. Meanwhile, organizations must contend with an employment pool that is global in scope. If things weren’t daunting enough, technology is evolving faster than our ability to process and adapt to it. Well, almost. So, how does someone in HR select the right...

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