Find Talent Management Resources Online
  • Unknown error: Function split() is deprecated in _filter_autop() (line 914 of /mnt/www/html/peopleclick2/docroot/modules/filter/filter.module).
  • Unknown error: Function split() is deprecated in _filter_autop() (line 914 of /mnt/www/html/peopleclick2/docroot/modules/filter/filter.module).
  • Unknown error: Function split() is deprecated in _filter_autop() (line 914 of /mnt/www/html/peopleclick2/docroot/modules/filter/filter.module).
  • Unknown error: Function split() is deprecated in _filter_autop() (line 914 of /mnt/www/html/peopleclick2/docroot/modules/filter/filter.module).
  • Unknown error: Function split() is deprecated in _filter_autop() (line 914 of /mnt/www/html/peopleclick2/docroot/modules/filter/filter.module).
  • Unknown error: Function split() is deprecated in _filter_autop() (line 914 of /mnt/www/html/peopleclick2/docroot/modules/filter/filter.module).
  • Unknown error: Function split() is deprecated in _filter_autop() (line 914 of /mnt/www/html/peopleclick2/docroot/modules/filter/filter.module).
  • Unknown error: Function split() is deprecated in _filter_autop() (line 914 of /mnt/www/html/peopleclick2/docroot/modules/filter/filter.module).

Talent Management Resources

  • Featured
  • By Product
  • By Role
  • By Media Type

10 Eye-Opening HR Statistics That Will Strengthen Your Talent Strategy

Research statistics. They’re everywhere and they keep on coming at us, taunting us to be better.

As HR professionals, we’re bombarded by so much business data day after day that it’s inevitable we’ll overlook some truly useful information. Or worse—we’ll put it in our “I need to address this issue” file, where it eventually becomes buried under many other related files on our desks.

But fear not! We’ve gathered up 10 of the timeliest HR statistics for you to consider from a variety of renowned sources. At the very least, these statistics will provide you with a valuable window into the current state of HR. But if you’re willing to delve a little deeper, these statistics serve as powerful catalysts for transformation, helping you take critical action toward strengthening your organization’s HR business strategy and function.

4 Strategies for a Great Social User Experience

There’s no denying it: today’s most successful enterprises are digital to the core.

They’re enhancing their productivity and their competitive position by utilizing a growing collection of digital technologies, including social media, mobile devices, SaaS solutions and a slew of cutting-edge web applications, to name a few.
Today’s social intranets are a far cry from the intranets of the past. Those outdated relics had become little more than dumping grounds for any and all company information. They were poorly organized and ineffective as communications channels. And they became progressively disconnected from the daily flow of work and knowledge. 

Today’s social intranets, on the other hand, accelerate knowledge sharing, cultivate both continuous and informal learning among employees, and make much better use of an enterprise’s internal experts, mentors and teachers.

But before your organization can reap these considerable benefits, you might need to overcome a few cultural hurdles including management’s and employees’ trust and comfort levels regarding digital tools and resources; concerns over the use of “democratized” information; and the organization’s support or lack of support for social collaboration and virtual workgroups.

7 Keys to Increasing User Adoption of HR Software

In a 2013 survey by Bersin by Deloitte, 57% of HR professionals said they plan to procure new software within the next 18 months. That’s a lot of new software. For many, the real challenge will begin after the software goes live: getting teammates—and, in many cases, the employee population at large—to actually use the software. Let’s face it. A low adoption rate is more than a software killer. It’s a reputation killer. 

Discover the most effective ways to increase user adoption of HR software; download 7 Keys to Increasing User Adoption of HR Software today!

GenerationY: The Best Solution for Your Contingent Workforce?

Every generation differs from its predecessors – but Generation Y (the “Millennials”), the latest cohort to enter the workforce, stands out for sure.
 
Raised with disruptive technologies all around them and immersed from the start in the social/mobile/cloud revolution, these dynamic young professionals are questioning the very nature of traditional working methods and causing organizations the world over to transform their approach to employment and the practice of work. So what does this mean for your organization when it comes to hiring from Generation Y
 
Watch this exclusive on-demand webinar hosted by Outsource Magazine, Generation Y – the Best Solution For Your Contingent Workforce?  Our speakers, Kevin Grossman, Director of Product Marketing, Peoplefluent and Sharlyn Lauby, SPHR, CPLP,President of ITM Group Inc. and Author of the blog HR Bartender,lift the lid on this generation’s drivers and challenges, and what needs to be done to make the very most of a truly remarkable group: the movers and shakers of tomorrow.
 

Get Innovative With Mobile Learning

Be sure to attend this intriguing discussion with Brenda Enders, author of Managers Guide to Mobile Learning and founder of Enders Consulting. Brenda will address key business drivers, benefits and the challenges of implementing mobile learning throughout the organization.

She will touch on traditional styles of training and then dive into how mobile technology transformed our approach to providing training solutions to our workforces. We will also touch on the best ways you can create value within your organization through a strategic approach to mobile learning. Brenda will also demonstrate how other organizations are already successfully deploying mobile learning experiences. 

How LinkedIn Has Changed Recruiting Forever…and How Your Company Can Benefit

LinkedIn has changed the paradigm of talent sourcing forever. No longer is searching for top talent a one way street with recruiters and hiring managers on the offensive. Thanks to LinkedIn, the talent search has become more of a two-way street, a conversation between candidates and companies. This new “Social Recruiting” can mean untold benefits for your company in the war for superstar talent, but only if you fully understand how LinkedIn works and why job candidates have flocked to the site to find work at your company.

In this session, you will learn:

  • How to find the best active and passive candidates on LinkedIn
  • The truth behind the hidden job market, and why it’s made LinkedIn the de facto job search tool for millions of candidates
  • How to build a large network on LinkedIn quickly, and why it’s crucial to your recruiting success
  • What you urgently need to be telling all your employees about the social media paradigm shift in recruiting

HR Forecast 2014: Experts Analyze the Key Trends, Challenges and Opportunities for the Year Ahead

2013 was another exciting year for the HR industry. If you’re already knee deep in reflection, mulling over the year’s HR successes and setbacks, remember that looking back can be a useful exercise—but only to a certain degree. Looking ahead is far more constructive and productive.

To help set your sights firmly on the future, we asked a group of well-known and respected industry experts to scan the HR horizon and offer their forecasts regarding the challenges and opportunities that await us in 2014. To see their unabridged, sometimes-surprising, always-intriguing answers, download our white paper today!

Leading the Starbucks Way: What You Can Learn from Starbucks Focus on Authentic Customer Connections

Join Dr Joseph Michelli for a sneak peek into his book, Leading the Starbucks Way.  Joseph began working with Starbucks leaders in 2006 when writing his first book about the company titled The Starbucks Experience.  If you want to learn more about Starbucks leadership style or how to broaden and deepen connections with your customers, this webinar is for you.  

In this webinar, you will discover several leadership strategies:

  • Be provided practical ideas for building customer loyalty, engagement and advocacy
  • Learn about Starbucks approach to human connection through the use of  technology
  • Discover how the company’s reach transcends geographic and cultural boundaries
  • Understand the impact of leaving a lasting legacy with employees, partners, and communities

Make Your HR Data Actionable Now!

This white paper will guide you through role based analytics:

  • Defining how various HR functions in the enterprise can make analytics a part of their standard responsibilities
  • The benefit of role-based analytics flowing up to executives for enhanced decision making
  • The evolution into predictive analysis and eventually utilization of Big Data

Extract value out of your current talent management data and provide direction for future organizational success; download Make Your HR Data Actionable Now! Unlock the Value Trapped in your Company's Data by Using Role-Based Analytics today!

Maximize the Value of Your Blended Workforce

Today’s enterprises increasingly rely upon a mix of full-time and contingent workers. As a result, they must rethink the strategies, tools and systems they use to manage their sourcing and recruiting—and choose solutions that facilitate a holistic and blended workforce management approach.

They are relying more and more on a mix of full-time and contingent workers to achieve their goals and get work done expediently, regardless of worker classification. But managing this blended workforce presents challenges on almost every front—sourcing, compensation and benefits, learning, development, compliance and legal matters, and so on. 

Discover how to overcome the ongoing challenges of managing a blended workforce; download Maximize the Value of Your Blended Workforce today!

10 Eye-Opening HR Statistics That Will Strengthen Your Talent Strategy

Research statistics. They’re everywhere and they keep on coming at us, taunting us to be better.

As HR professionals, we’re bombarded by so much business data day after day that it’s inevitable we’ll overlook some truly useful information. Or worse—we’ll put it in our “I need to address this issue” file, where it eventually becomes buried under many other related files on our desks.

But fear not! We’ve gathered up 10 of the timeliest HR statistics for you to consider from a variety of renowned sources. At the very least, these statistics will provide you with a valuable window into the current state of HR. But if you’re willing to delve a little deeper, these statistics serve as powerful catalysts for transformation, helping you take critical action toward strengthening your organization’s HR business strategy and function.

13 for 2013: Key HCM Topics

It’s an exciting time to be in Human Resources. New initiatives, new technologies and new ways of thinking promise to continue to transform our industry for the better. So as we start a new year, what ideas, trends and phenomena revolutionizing Human Resources should HR professionals be keeping top of mind? A panel of Peoplefluent experts - Greg Belkin, Lois Melbourne and Julia Mendez - present 13 key topics for you to consider in 2013 – from social onboarding to compliant recruiting to Big Data and more.

2013 HireRight Employment Screening Benchmarking Report: Webcast Replay

Do you know what the latest trends and challenges organizations are facing regarding employment screening programs?

HireRight discusses the key findings from their 2013 Employment Screening Benchmarking Report. Based on a survey of thousands of HR and security professionals, the report identifies common practices and trends related to background checks, drug and health screening and employment eligibility.

During this complimentary webinar, HireRight discusses:

  • Issues impacting employment screening programs
  • Organization's most common screening practices and policies
  • Best practices for creating a successful background screening program

4 Strategies for a Great Social User Experience

There’s no denying it: today’s most successful enterprises are digital to the core.

They’re enhancing their productivity and their competitive position by utilizing a growing collection of digital technologies, including social media, mobile devices, SaaS solutions and a slew of cutting-edge web applications, to name a few.
Today’s social intranets are a far cry from the intranets of the past. Those outdated relics had become little more than dumping grounds for any and all company information. They were poorly organized and ineffective as communications channels. And they became progressively disconnected from the daily flow of work and knowledge. 

Today’s social intranets, on the other hand, accelerate knowledge sharing, cultivate both continuous and informal learning among employees, and make much better use of an enterprise’s internal experts, mentors and teachers.

But before your organization can reap these considerable benefits, you might need to overcome a few cultural hurdles including management’s and employees’ trust and comfort levels regarding digital tools and resources; concerns over the use of “democratized” information; and the organization’s support or lack of support for social collaboration and virtual workgroups.

5 Lessons Everyone can Learn from High Volume Hiring

You must recruit and retain the best available candidates to meet the needs of your customers. Effectively identifying and recruiting this talent can be challenging. Hiring managers and Human Resource professionals need a flexible solution that focuses on streamlining the process, optimizing sourcing of high quality candidates and mobilizing talent. Although the 5 Lessons seem straightforward and easy to understand, the reality of implementing them in your business requires a shift in the way you conduct your sourcing and hiring. The most effective way to apply these lessons is to start small and implement the best practices where you can harvest the low hanging fruit.

7 Keys to Increasing User Adoption of HR Software

In a 2013 survey by Bersin by Deloitte, 57% of HR professionals said they plan to procure new software within the next 18 months. That’s a lot of new software. For many, the real challenge will begin after the software goes live: getting teammates—and, in many cases, the employee population at large—to actually use the software. Let’s face it. A low adoption rate is more than a software killer. It’s a reputation killer. 

Discover the most effective ways to increase user adoption of HR software; download 7 Keys to Increasing User Adoption of HR Software today!

Aberdeen Group presents: High Definition Contingent Labor for the 21st Century

The days of managing contract, temporary labor, professional services and services procurement with minimal process visibility are over. The average company’s total contingent workforce is approaching 25% of its total labor pool, and companies across the globe are under pressure to look for new and innovative ways to manage this growing workforce efficiently and effectively.

AccentCare Gives Special Care to its Affirmative Action Program

The time and resources required to keep up-to-date on federal and state laws and regulations, produce the plans and reports, while maintaining daily HR activities can be draining. AccentCare understood that a successful program entails much more than just the written affirmative action plan. The company wanted to ensure compliance while leveraging the metrics to help business managers and senior management drive fair and equitable HR decisions to protect their people and the company.

Advance Auto Parts Accelerates their Talent Strategy with Peoplefluent

Company Increases Candidate Engagement While Driving High-Performance 

Analytics Everywhere: Integrated Measurement of Learning, Talent Management and Diversity Presented by: John Kranz

Today's computing power and server storage capabilities give organizations the tools to measure and analyze their talent management initiatives and predict what's needed in the immediate future. However, understanding the differences between data, metrics and analytics as it relates to your learning, diversity, performance, compensation and workforce planning activities is an important step to ongoing, integrated measurement, prior to implementing a solution. Having "analytics everywhere" will then include measuring and forecasting specific business needs that provide actionable information and insight for executive management and all HR end users.

10 Eye-Opening HR Statistics That Will Strengthen Your Talent Strategy

Research statistics. They’re everywhere and they keep on coming at us, taunting us to be better.

As HR professionals, we’re bombarded by so much business data day after day that it’s inevitable we’ll overlook some truly useful information. Or worse—we’ll put it in our “I need to address this issue” file, where it eventually becomes buried under many other related files on our desks.

But fear not! We’ve gathered up 10 of the timeliest HR statistics for you to consider from a variety of renowned sources. At the very least, these statistics will provide you with a valuable window into the current state of HR. But if you’re willing to delve a little deeper, these statistics serve as powerful catalysts for transformation, helping you take critical action toward strengthening your organization’s HR business strategy and function.

13 for 2013: Key HCM Topics

It’s an exciting time to be in Human Resources. New initiatives, new technologies and new ways of thinking promise to continue to transform our industry for the better. So as we start a new year, what ideas, trends and phenomena revolutionizing Human Resources should HR professionals be keeping top of mind? A panel of Peoplefluent experts - Greg Belkin, Lois Melbourne and Julia Mendez - present 13 key topics for you to consider in 2013 – from social onboarding to compliant recruiting to Big Data and more.

2013 HireRight Employment Screening Benchmarking Report: Webcast Replay

Do you know what the latest trends and challenges organizations are facing regarding employment screening programs?

HireRight discusses the key findings from their 2013 Employment Screening Benchmarking Report. Based on a survey of thousands of HR and security professionals, the report identifies common practices and trends related to background checks, drug and health screening and employment eligibility.

During this complimentary webinar, HireRight discusses:

  • Issues impacting employment screening programs
  • Organization's most common screening practices and policies
  • Best practices for creating a successful background screening program

4 Strategies for a Great Social User Experience

There’s no denying it: today’s most successful enterprises are digital to the core.

They’re enhancing their productivity and their competitive position by utilizing a growing collection of digital technologies, including social media, mobile devices, SaaS solutions and a slew of cutting-edge web applications, to name a few.
Today’s social intranets are a far cry from the intranets of the past. Those outdated relics had become little more than dumping grounds for any and all company information. They were poorly organized and ineffective as communications channels. And they became progressively disconnected from the daily flow of work and knowledge. 

Today’s social intranets, on the other hand, accelerate knowledge sharing, cultivate both continuous and informal learning among employees, and make much better use of an enterprise’s internal experts, mentors and teachers.

But before your organization can reap these considerable benefits, you might need to overcome a few cultural hurdles including management’s and employees’ trust and comfort levels regarding digital tools and resources; concerns over the use of “democratized” information; and the organization’s support or lack of support for social collaboration and virtual workgroups.

5 Lessons Everyone can Learn from High Volume Hiring

You must recruit and retain the best available candidates to meet the needs of your customers. Effectively identifying and recruiting this talent can be challenging. Hiring managers and Human Resource professionals need a flexible solution that focuses on streamlining the process, optimizing sourcing of high quality candidates and mobilizing talent. Although the 5 Lessons seem straightforward and easy to understand, the reality of implementing them in your business requires a shift in the way you conduct your sourcing and hiring. The most effective way to apply these lessons is to start small and implement the best practices where you can harvest the low hanging fruit.

7 Keys to Increasing User Adoption of HR Software

In a 2013 survey by Bersin by Deloitte, 57% of HR professionals said they plan to procure new software within the next 18 months. That’s a lot of new software. For many, the real challenge will begin after the software goes live: getting teammates—and, in many cases, the employee population at large—to actually use the software. Let’s face it. A low adoption rate is more than a software killer. It’s a reputation killer. 

Discover the most effective ways to increase user adoption of HR software; download 7 Keys to Increasing User Adoption of HR Software today!

Aberdeen Group presents: High Definition Contingent Labor for the 21st Century

The days of managing contract, temporary labor, professional services and services procurement with minimal process visibility are over. The average company’s total contingent workforce is approaching 25% of its total labor pool, and companies across the globe are under pressure to look for new and innovative ways to manage this growing workforce efficiently and effectively.

AccentCare Gives Special Care to its Affirmative Action Program

The time and resources required to keep up-to-date on federal and state laws and regulations, produce the plans and reports, while maintaining daily HR activities can be draining. AccentCare understood that a successful program entails much more than just the written affirmative action plan. The company wanted to ensure compliance while leveraging the metrics to help business managers and senior management drive fair and equitable HR decisions to protect their people and the company.

Advance Auto Parts Accelerates their Talent Strategy with Peoplefluent

Company Increases Candidate Engagement While Driving High-Performance 

Analytics Everywhere: Integrated Measurement of Learning, Talent Management and Diversity Presented by: John Kranz

Today's computing power and server storage capabilities give organizations the tools to measure and analyze their talent management initiatives and predict what's needed in the immediate future. However, understanding the differences between data, metrics and analytics as it relates to your learning, diversity, performance, compensation and workforce planning activities is an important step to ongoing, integrated measurement, prior to implementing a solution. Having "analytics everywhere" will then include measuring and forecasting specific business needs that provide actionable information and insight for executive management and all HR end users.

10 Eye-Opening HR Statistics That Will Strengthen Your Talent Strategy

Research statistics. They’re everywhere and they keep on coming at us, taunting us to be better.

As HR professionals, we’re bombarded by so much business data day after day that it’s inevitable we’ll overlook some truly useful information. Or worse—we’ll put it in our “I need to address this issue” file, where it eventually becomes buried under many other related files on our desks.

But fear not! We’ve gathered up 10 of the timeliest HR statistics for you to consider from a variety of renowned sources. At the very least, these statistics will provide you with a valuable window into the current state of HR. But if you’re willing to delve a little deeper, these statistics serve as powerful catalysts for transformation, helping you take critical action toward strengthening your organization’s HR business strategy and function.

13 for 2013: Key HCM Topics

It’s an exciting time to be in Human Resources. New initiatives, new technologies and new ways of thinking promise to continue to transform our industry for the better. So as we start a new year, what ideas, trends and phenomena revolutionizing Human Resources should HR professionals be keeping top of mind? A panel of Peoplefluent experts - Greg Belkin, Lois Melbourne and Julia Mendez - present 13 key topics for you to consider in 2013 – from social onboarding to compliant recruiting to Big Data and more.

2013 HireRight Employment Screening Benchmarking Report: Webcast Replay

Do you know what the latest trends and challenges organizations are facing regarding employment screening programs?

HireRight discusses the key findings from their 2013 Employment Screening Benchmarking Report. Based on a survey of thousands of HR and security professionals, the report identifies common practices and trends related to background checks, drug and health screening and employment eligibility.

During this complimentary webinar, HireRight discusses:

  • Issues impacting employment screening programs
  • Organization's most common screening practices and policies
  • Best practices for creating a successful background screening program

4 Strategies for a Great Social User Experience

There’s no denying it: today’s most successful enterprises are digital to the core.

They’re enhancing their productivity and their competitive position by utilizing a growing collection of digital technologies, including social media, mobile devices, SaaS solutions and a slew of cutting-edge web applications, to name a few.
Today’s social intranets are a far cry from the intranets of the past. Those outdated relics had become little more than dumping grounds for any and all company information. They were poorly organized and ineffective as communications channels. And they became progressively disconnected from the daily flow of work and knowledge. 

Today’s social intranets, on the other hand, accelerate knowledge sharing, cultivate both continuous and informal learning among employees, and make much better use of an enterprise’s internal experts, mentors and teachers.

But before your organization can reap these considerable benefits, you might need to overcome a few cultural hurdles including management’s and employees’ trust and comfort levels regarding digital tools and resources; concerns over the use of “democratized” information; and the organization’s support or lack of support for social collaboration and virtual workgroups.

5 Lessons Everyone can Learn from High Volume Hiring

You must recruit and retain the best available candidates to meet the needs of your customers. Effectively identifying and recruiting this talent can be challenging. Hiring managers and Human Resource professionals need a flexible solution that focuses on streamlining the process, optimizing sourcing of high quality candidates and mobilizing talent. Although the 5 Lessons seem straightforward and easy to understand, the reality of implementing them in your business requires a shift in the way you conduct your sourcing and hiring. The most effective way to apply these lessons is to start small and implement the best practices where you can harvest the low hanging fruit.

7 Keys to Increasing User Adoption of HR Software

In a 2013 survey by Bersin by Deloitte, 57% of HR professionals said they plan to procure new software within the next 18 months. That’s a lot of new software. For many, the real challenge will begin after the software goes live: getting teammates—and, in many cases, the employee population at large—to actually use the software. Let’s face it. A low adoption rate is more than a software killer. It’s a reputation killer. 

Discover the most effective ways to increase user adoption of HR software; download 7 Keys to Increasing User Adoption of HR Software today!

Aberdeen Group presents: High Definition Contingent Labor for the 21st Century

The days of managing contract, temporary labor, professional services and services procurement with minimal process visibility are over. The average company’s total contingent workforce is approaching 25% of its total labor pool, and companies across the globe are under pressure to look for new and innovative ways to manage this growing workforce efficiently and effectively.

AccentCare Gives Special Care to its Affirmative Action Program

The time and resources required to keep up-to-date on federal and state laws and regulations, produce the plans and reports, while maintaining daily HR activities can be draining. AccentCare understood that a successful program entails much more than just the written affirmative action plan. The company wanted to ensure compliance while leveraging the metrics to help business managers and senior management drive fair and equitable HR decisions to protect their people and the company.

Advance Auto Parts Accelerates their Talent Strategy with Peoplefluent

Company Increases Candidate Engagement While Driving High-Performance 

Analytics Everywhere: Integrated Measurement of Learning, Talent Management and Diversity Presented by: John Kranz

Today's computing power and server storage capabilities give organizations the tools to measure and analyze their talent management initiatives and predict what's needed in the immediate future. However, understanding the differences between data, metrics and analytics as it relates to your learning, diversity, performance, compensation and workforce planning activities is an important step to ongoing, integrated measurement, prior to implementing a solution. Having "analytics everywhere" will then include measuring and forecasting specific business needs that provide actionable information and insight for executive management and all HR end users.