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Sep29

Better Recruiting Metrics Lead to Better Talent Analytics

By Meghan Biro

recruiting analytics[Today’s guest blog post is from Meghan Biro, CEO of TalentCulture Consulting Group.]

According to Josh Bersin in Deloitte’s 2013 report, Talent Analytics: From Small Data to Big Data, 75% of HR leaders acknowledge analytics are important to the success of their organizations. 

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Sep22

The Criticality of Performance Management and Near-Term Retention

By Kevin Grossman

millennial workforce statisticsAlthough the average employee tenure has edged back up over the past 30 years, it will most certainly never return to the long-term job security and golden retirement age of economic expansion.

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Sep15

Top 5 Reasons Why People Quit Bosses, Not Their Jobs

By Maren Hogan

Top Reasons For Employee Turnover[Today’s guest blog post is from Maren Hogan, marketer and community builder in the HR and Recruiting space.]

Two stats from a recent Dale Carnegie study really drove home the disconnect between workers and their employers as it related to turnover issues. 

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Sep8

How Social Collaboration and Video are Blending Recruitment and Learning

By Sharlyn Lauby

using video in hr systems[Today’s guest post comes from Sharlyn Lauby, human resources professional with over 20 years of experience and accomplished blogger.]

Those in talent acquisition and talent management have a tendency to think of recruitment and learning management as two separate functions.

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Aug25

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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