New recruiting technology and the upcoming labor shortage have resulted in significant HR trends that are here to stay. Baby Boomers are retiring while our economy is expanding and the need for more qualified hires is increasing. Organization leadership is demanding that HR become fully strategic while “Strategic HR” is demanding a seat in the Boardroom. Technology is giving HR extraordinary capabilities compared to just 10 years ago. The next decade can be bright for HR but is HR up to the task?
In this webcast we will discuss trends such as Recruitment Process Outsourcing, Retention, Removal and Bench-strength, a systems approach to HR, and the new HR competencies.
The Balanced Scorecard is the tool of choice for managing strategy, and Employee Performance Management tops most organizations’ lists of urgent strategic initiatives. Learn how these complementary approaches can work together to help execute strategy.
Developing a comprehensive on-boarding process for new employees is often not a high priority within an organization. Research suggests that if you develop an on-boarding plan based on the strategic objectives for your organization, you will increase workforce productivity and long-term retention of your employees. Please join us to learn about how you can ensure on-boarding best practices with leading solutions such as Cornerstone OnDemand’s integrated talent management suite.
Dick Grote presents practical yet deeply thought through approaches to the core management issue of getting the best out of people. Managers forever struggle with employees who do not seem interested in putting in their best effort. Dick shows how managers can handle these critical issues and how the performance management system can be turned into a tool that supports these managers.
Learn about how to chose and administer the most effective test for screening applicants, how to determine the correct “passing” score through validation studies, and how to insure your testing procedures are legally defensible.
If your organization is like most, then you probably have several separate systems to support the various talent management needs of your employees. Talent Management solutions should address, from one on-demand and integrated application, all areas of an employee’s career lifecycle – on-boarding, classroom and on-line learning, certifications, compliance, performance, succession planning and compensation. Learn how Cornerstone OnDemand’s integrated talent management suite can help you drive down costs, increase productivity and improve employee satisfaction, all while supporting your business growth.
As more and more organizations turn to outside vendors to help streamline HR processes and determine best practices to increase efficiency and productivity, there are several steps to keep in mind before venturing out on the search. In this one hour presentation, attendees will learn the five steps to take before seeking a vendor.
Phil LeNir had a problem. The three rounds of layoffs and offshore outsourcing of work to the Ukraine had pushed his managers into uncharted territory. They didn’t know how to deal with these new challenges. Phil would have liked to send his managers to a top end development program like the IMPM but he had no budget or time. Sound familiar? With McGill’s Henry Mintzberg he hit upon a solution — Using relevant managerial topics and their own experiences, managers coach each other!
While today’s onboarding technology simply automates the necessary processes to get new employees to the position’s baseline performance, strategic onboarding focuses on long-term performance and growth across an entire career. Failure to properly assimilate a productive employee during the crucial first 30 days has proven to be one of hardest hits to a company’s bottom line.
Researching, comparing and selecting from among the many different e-learning delivery platforms and online content options can be an overwhelming assignment—unless you have a proven, objective methodology for coming to a decision. In this session you’ll learn how to build a business case, identify technology and business requirements, work with and evaluate technology vendors, and measure the success of your e-learning program.