Visualizing Analytics-The Answer to Workforce Planning

Visualizing Analytics-The Answer to Workforce Planning

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Tim Castelli
Feb 15, 2018
In modern organizations, the hierarchal manager/employee relationship is no longer the sole focus of workforce planning. Instead, what’s been dubbed “the war room of HR” must account for a variety of matrixed teams and indirect reporting relationships.
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Mastering the 3 Key Elements of a Nurse Leader Development Program

Mastering the 3 Key Elements of a Nurse Leader Development Program

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Kim Cyphers
Jan 31, 2018
In healthcare settings where nurse staffing is the backbone of a productive operation, too many organizations today suffer from the lack of an adequate leadership pipeline. In a recent global survey, DDI found that only about 75 percent of organizations have a program to identify and develop nurses with high potential to be emerging leaders-often just 10-15% of their workforce. But training a few "high potentials" to become leaders may not satisfy the leadership gap.
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The State of Affirmative Action Planning

The State of Affirmative Action Planning

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Tim Castelli
Nov 06, 2017
Even as contractors and subcontractors struggle with the complexities of Affirmative Action compliance, data suggests organizations can realize substantial financial benefits when there is a strong commitment to diversity.
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Give Your Talent Management Strategy Wings

Give Your Talent Management Strategy Wings

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Charles Spofford
Oct 12, 2017
Manual processes negatively affecting your global talent management strategy? Looking to increase productivity, but hindered with silo-based, inefficient processes? If this sounds familiar, read on and learn how one of our global customers overcame similar challenges.
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The UK’s Contingent Workforce: Perfect Storm or Golden Opportunity?

The UK’s Contingent Workforce: Perfect Storm or Golden Opportunity?

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Joe Slater
Oct 09, 2017
Although the phrase ‘gig economy’ has become something of a cliché, employers throughout the UK and EU would be wise to treat the phenomenon as anything but a passing fad. Whether you attribute its origin to the global economic doldrums of 2008 or the more recent rise in popularity of services such as Uber and Lyft, the ranks of individuals opting to forgo the “traditional” path of full-time employment and instead choose a more self-guided approach is impressive.
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