While big data analysis introduces enormous opportunity for talent management, it also presents a lot of questions and concerns. Even the White House weighed in on the matter in its recent Big Data report, calling for more privacy and further investigation into potential discrimination when used in hiring. What does this all mean for HR leaders?
Join workforce scientist, Dr. Michael Housman, and employment law expert, Marko Mrkonich, in this educational webinar that will explore the what, why and how predictive analytics and big data can be applied to the workforce. You will learn:
Best practices for collecting and using big data
How to apply big data to employment decisions
How to identify and avoid disparate impact
How big data and predictive technology can be used to remove bias in the workforce, not create it
How companies are using job tests and assessments to reduce their risk of lawsuits
How to prepare for the likely changes that were signaled by the White House Big Data Report
High-potential employees represent the future of any organization. These are the employees that will move into senior leadership roles. By many estimates, they are twice as valuable as any other employee in the company. But how do you find them, how do you keep them and how do you cultivate them?
Join our panel discussion as we talk about high potential employees and recruitment/retention strategies pre-hire, post hire and everything in between. We’ll also explore essential tools and technologies – including video interviewing and analytics/assessments -- to help you make the most informed decisions when it comes to high potential candidates.
Please submit any questions in advance that you have for the live webcast/panel discussion by emailing Kristen Hagarty email@example.com
Research shows that emotional intelligence is more important than IQ or technical expertise in the business world. When it comes to accomplishing goals, spurring innovation and developing stronger competitive positions, employees’ ability to collaborate effectively is paramount, and people with a high EQ have proven to be the most effective collaborators in the workplace.
The business case for EQ is clear:
An insurance company found the average policy value sold by agents with high EQ was twice that of agents with low EQ.
A study of 500 executive search candidates identified emotional competence as a better predictor of placement success than intelligence or prior experience.
A consumer products company found a “strong relationship” between superior performing leaders and emotional competence.
This interactive, online event will improve individual and organizational EQ.
Participants will learn:
The latest research on emotional intelligence and its connection to performance
We surveyed 570 HR professionals from around the world to explore the pace and benchmarks around the hiring process and found that while HR professionals were focused on bringing the right talent into the organization, gaining hiring manager participation in/attention to the effort is the single biggest obstacle; not skills shortages, candidate supply or qualifications, but the internal partners. In this webinar we’ll share key insights from the survey and dig into this key challenge, sharing best practices to engage hiring managers in a way that improves the effectiveness and efficiency of the recruiting process, while improving their satisfaction with HR.
A technology revolution is taking place. Find out if you’re keeping pace.
A full 56 percent of organizations say the Affordable Care Act (ACA) will significantly impact their workforce management strategy.* Organizations are faced with the challenge of managing complex, labor-related government regulations, union rules, and company policies. If your employee time and attendance solution is more than five years old, it’s outdated and may be falling short of meeting your compliance needs.
Register now for the webinar The Time & Attendance Technology Revolution: Are You Keeping Pace? Find out how the latest time and attendance technology can help you gain control of your processes, minimize compliance risk, and reduce payroll costs. You might be surprised to learn how much more efficient and easier to use your system could be.
HR professionals are constantly facing challenges to increase productivity, innovation and efficiencies. These challenges impact the entire enterprise, but the burden falls to HR to that the recruiting pipeline are filled with people who can successfully face these challenges and be retained by the company. How better to engage employees than to have them contribute to growing the organization? Find out how a well-designed Employee Referral program will help achieve corporate hiring goals, create a pipeline of relevant applicants, increase the hiring volume and the quality of hires, all while reducing the cost per hire and the timeline associated with the hiring process.
In today’s work environment, career can be an ambiguous thing. Organizations are reluctant to make commitments when the future is unpredictable. Yet employees still want to know they have a future with their company As part of the State of the Career series of reports, join Fraser Marlow, Head of Research, for BlessingWhite, A Division of GP Strategies on this one hour HR.com webinar where he will review recent research findings from over 2,000 individual responses and a series of over 40 interviews. Fraser will review the topic of how career has evolved over the years, discuss what employee’s perceive are their options and their employer’s efforts on career development, and how organizations can best support their career ambitions to drive performance, commitment, skill utilization and retain talent to benefit the employee and the organization.
The Human Resources Certificate Institute (HRCI) sets HR professionals apart! HRCI certification demonstrates to peers and colleagues within the Human Resources profession that you are a recognized expert and have mastered the core HR principles. Earning an HR certification wreaks many benefits for both the employee and organization.
Employee Benefits: • Enhance your resume and candidacy. “One out of two recruiters prefer those (job applicants) with an HR certification” www.hrci.org.
• Certified professionals drive business through increased self- motivation, empowerment and confidence
• Stay competitive in the workforce and raise your value
• Network with HR professionals
Employer Benefits: • Uphold competitive advantage in the market place because of the mastery held by human capital
• Internal career advancement for certified staff which reduces hiring and onboarding costs
• Clients have more confidence in the results of certified staff
HRCI statistics record that the average pass rate of the PHR and SPHR exam is 59 and 57 percent, respectively. An academically aggressive and reliable means of preparing for these exams is now available to ensure you don’t fall within these statistics.
HR.com has partnered with the Human Resources Certification Preparation (HRCP) program to help prepare professionals prepare and pass their PHR or SPHR exam. This program, like no other, offers a 100% guarantee or your MONEY BACK!! Included in the HR.com prep course are:
• up to 30 hours of live online blended learning classes • 6 study manuals, each covering the body of knowledge as prescribed by HRCI
• Flash cards to test your knowledge
• 14 Online practice exams
A couple of well know exam preparation resources are available, however their correspondence based product has not proven to drive high turnover of successful pass rates. As you will see within this product demonstration, HR.com Exam Prep Course is proficient, reliable and intimate. The key ingredients to supporting fellow professionals get certified.
More than 70 percent of the workforce would entertain a conversation for a new job, leaving companies exposed to voluntary leavers and open vacancies.
According to CBS News and a recent study, for all jobs earning less than $50,000 per year, which is more than 40 percent of U.S. jobs, the average cost of replacing an employee amounts to nearly 20 percent of the person's annual salary, and can be as high as 213 percent for senior and executive employees.
Machine learning predictive analytics is emerging as a viable technology platform to help alert HR about who might be at risk for leaving, how active a person or a group of people might be in their job seeking activities, and myriad of other interesting data points that can be extracted by following a person’s publicly available digital footprint.
The marketplace has changed and traditional approaches to succession planning need to change if we expect to have a next generation of leaders prepared to lead organizations effectively. Succession planning programs must shift away from getting high potential employees ready to simply assume existing leadership roles to preparing high potential employees for success in a complex and ambiguous marketplace. Adaptability and agility will be skills and competencies that will be more important in the future than the skills that lead to current success for many organizations. These emerging skills will help both the organization and leaders perform well in a marketplace that is rapidly changing and where many key jobs that will be important might not exist today.