Posts Tagged ‘employees’
February 27th, 2013
By Josh Bersin
Today we see an explosive change in the world of work: people work remotely with high degrees of connectivity, companies are globalized and organizations are flatter, employees are less engaged than ever, and talent markets are rapidly changing.
Is it time for a whole new model for HR?We think the answer is yes.
We are completing several years of research into the modern High-Impact HR Organization and we have uncovered some very significant findings.
(Come to IMPACT 2013: The Business of Talent, on April 22-24 to hear the details.)
December 20th, 2012
Shared on ZiDCard LinkedIn Group by Johan C.
The original article was published in the UK’s Personnel Today as article 3 in a 4 part series in the lead up to the 2012 UK Employer Branding World Series Summit in London on 21 March 2012 where Brett is Chairing and presenting.
Without a doubt, advances in new technologies, the emergence of social media and the popularity of mobile devices have encouraged companies to rethink how they communicate employer branding messages to employees, candidates and other key stakeholders.
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October 30th, 2012
By Joshua Bjerke (recruiter.com)
The Chartered Institute of Personnel and Development’s (CIPD) most recent Reward Risk survey found that businesses are starting to overlook the importance of both attracting andretaining talent in lieu of focusing on creating benefits packages to spur motivation and engagement. Company appeal and retention have both fallen out of the top ten list of concerns measured in the CIPD survey; the first time since the inaugural survey in 2010. Instead, increasing pension costs and benefit packages have pushed attraction and retention out of the limelight.
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October 22nd, 2012
By Shala Marks (recruiter.com)
During my senior year of college I interned with Avnet Inc., a global electronics distributor. For four consecutive years (2009-12) Avnet was named no.1 of Fortune Magazine’s “Most Admired” Companies and as I worked there, I started to see why. So many of its employees have been with the company for years. One lady I met in the finance department has been working at Avnet for 29 years; this is her first and only job. After meeting person after person who had worked for the company for multiple decades, I began to wonder why did they stay? Most people switch jobs numerous times in their careers, but what keeps those who work for just one company year after year, decade after decade?
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October 12th, 2012
by Leigh Branham (ere.net)
Because it is difficult to focus on implementing several practices all at once, you may wish to use this checklist to put items in order of importance or urgency as you begin to plan your employer-of-choice strategy.
September 28th, 2012
By Tom Newcombe
Three-quarters of UK employees who engaged with their employee share ownership plan were more motivated and committed to their employer, showed a study released today. Read more »
September 26th, 2012
David Hieatt recently posted a series of photos showing pages from a book that never made it to the printers.
It’s a fascinating insight into a powerful work-in-progress that we hope he’ll soon get published.
The photo above struck us as particularly relevant to business leaders today.
In our paper, “The Meaning Gap”, we explore how the interests of businesses, and the people formerly known as employees, are going in separate directions.
We also explore the consequences for businesses.
Why are employees checking out emotionally? Read more »
September 14th, 2012
By Kazim Ladimeji (recruiter.com)
You spotted a great opportunity that few others knew about, you got a great application in early, you nailed your interview, impressed the manager and landed the perfect job with a salary and benefits package to die for. On top of it, it seems like you have the best manager, in the world. Job done? Read more »