Beyond Talent Development: Managers as Talent Leaders

There’s a war going on, and many companies are fighting it—and losing. It’s a war to attract and retain great talent. While projected economic growth is fueling demand, companies of all sizes are finding it difficult to get and keep skilled employees. What can be done to stop this talent crisis? Organizations must make talent management a top priority. Find out how this simple tactic can lead your organization to victory.

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The Business Case for Compensation Technology: How Better Enabled Compensation Teams Can Improve Organizational Outcomes

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Despite the foundational role compensation plays in talent strategies, many organizations continue to manage compensation market analysis, strategy development, and program administration using spreadsheets. Managing compensation processes in spreadsheets can be done, and can even be done well in some cases. But the pitfalls of handling complex compensation tasks in spreadsheets are well known: spreadsheets are prone to human error, require a high level of expertise to move beyond simple analysis,... Read More

Leveraging Employee Surveys to Influence Business Performance: Why the Employee Engagement Construct Is Important to Business Leaders

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It is critical to have an understanding of how an organization’s investment in its talent management initiatives is returned, whether it influences the bottom line or other performance measures of an organization. An understanding of this return on investment (ROI) enables an organization to align its efforts for human capital management initiatives with those that can have the most influence on performance outcomes. It also helps the organization to prioritize its resource allocation efforts.

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