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That Single Source of HR Data Truth

By Kevin Grossman

analyzing hr dataOnly a few years ago, Gartner stated that enterprise data would grow 650% over the ensuing five years, while IDC stated in 2011 we created 1.8 zettabytes (or 1.8 trillion GBs) of data, in 2012 it reached 2.8 zettabytes and now they forecast that we will generate 40 zettabytes (ZB) by 2020. 

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Meeting Employee Expectations from the Desk Chair to the Beach Chair

By Joe Sansone

creating a proper work-life balance to improve moraleAugust has arrived and it may feel like back-to-school is right around the corner, but summer isn’t over quite yet. There’s still time for us to put those vacation days to good use and sit on the beach with family, have backyard barbeques with friends and play games in the park.

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The Talent Acquisition Big Picture is a Small Screen

By Meghan Biro

Effective Talent Acquisition[Today’s guest blog post is from Meghan Biro, CEO of TalentCulture Consulting Group.]

I’m still fascinated by the dual nature of talent acquisition — an unchanging necessity whose methods necessarily have to keep evolving.

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Are You Ready for this Huge Workforce Shift?

By Maren Hogan

millennial workforce statistics[Today’s guest blog post is from Maren Hogan, marketer and community builder in the HR and Recruiting space.]

I’m talking about the Millennial take-over. Okay, that might sound a little dramatic, but to be fair, we are facing a pretty dramatic change.

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How to Improve Recruiting with an Employee Engagement Program

By Kevin Grossman

Top Employee Engagement ProgramsAs it becomes more difficult to find top talent, the last thing companies want is to go through the trouble (and costs) of recruiting “new” individuals, only to see them leave shortly thereafter.

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