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August 15, 2017
As a widespread labor shortage grips the U.S., IT organizations get creative to fill DevOps jobs and avoid overtaxing the employees they have.
November 22, 2016
Executive coach Michelle Lederman schooled the audience at SIMposium 2016 on the three leadership tenets of the relationship-driven executive.
March 10, 2016
An annual Deloitte survey of business and HR leaders found that HR analytics, learning and engagement are among the most important human capital trends of 2016.
December 18, 2015
Rackspace CTO John Engates talks about Rackspace cloud plans for 2016, as well as broader issues around addressing the talent gap and workload portability.
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The workforce represents your company's largest expense, its top differentiator and its greatest risk. Here's how workforce analytics might address all three. Continue Reading
The 'war for talent' has started and talent management systems are here to help. See how they help businesses grow by recruiting, developing and retaining employees. Continue Reading
Introducing analytics to human resources may sound like a move away from the personal nature of HR. But as detached as numbers can seem, data can help HR personnel and managers make more informed decisions about their employees. And after years of talk, HR analytics is becoming a reality, with major vendors introducing software that analyzes internal and external data to help managers make decisions about whom to hire, promote and more.
This three-part handbook explores the possibilities of HR analytics. First, news writer Dan Ring talks with Marsh & McLennan's HR business intelligence director Paul Seo about the culture change needed to prepare for analytics projects. Next, contributor Albert McKeon talks to industry experts about getting past the challenges presented by HR analytics. Finally, Ring returns with an interview with consultant Josh Bersin that covers why and at what rate talent analytics is catching on.Continue Reading
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Data doesn't tell the whole story about employee performance and retention, but more companies plan to use workforce analytics tools to aid their staffing decisions. Continue Reading
Emilio J. Castilla, a professor at MIT, urges executives to use data for decisions about employees, instead of relying on intuition, experience or advice. Continue Reading
An HCM system can help HR bring employee recruitment and retention to new heights. Unfortunately, many companies get implementation wrong. Here's how to do things correctly. Continue Reading
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CIOs from Partners HealthCare and Harvard University discuss aspects of their talent retention strategies. Continue Reading
Expert Donna Fluss gives advice on the role of help desk supervisors, offers tips for best providing service and support and explains their relationship with call center management. Continue Reading
Call center expert Lori Bocklund answers a question from a workforce optimization (WFO) executive who asks whether there are industry standards for shrinkage, and how they can be used in the call center. Continue Reading