Are you a staffing professional or employer looking to grow your current workforce due to expanding operations in the region? Or maybe your organization is looking to expand their geographical presence in hopes that they can capitalize on new and less competitive talent pools.
So how do you ensure these positions can be staffed successfully in the targeted location(s)?
We know the answer and would like to share it with you!
Join us for an engaging and insightful webinar about leveraging geographical data with the help of your talent acquisition partner.
Gain the knowledge you need to get the “competitive edge” in your talent acquisition strategy!
High performing companies understand that the key to attracting and retaining talent is to be recognized as a top-tier employer that can meet the needs of high potential/high performance employees. How we attract and hire candidates has a significant impact on the quality of our candidates and their tenure with our organizations. Learn some key strategies to improve your candidate's engagement with your organizations.
There is little doubt that recruitment over the next decade will have its challenges. We can mitigate some of these challenges by embracing our employment brands as our "raison d'être" and living "best of breed" recruitment practices. At the most fundamental level, how we recruit, manage the hiring process and bring new employees into our organizations is what will set us apart from our competition.
2013 was a big year for workforce analytics, and 2014 will prove to be even more impactful in the industry with analysts predicting that workforce analytics will become a “must have” tool for HR this year. But how to do you get started with this complex topic?
Join analytics expert Ian Cook as he provides an introduction to this complex topic, and shares the best practice approach to how you can get started with Workforce Analytics.
The Webinar will cover:
Introduction to Workforce Analytics: Moving from Metrics to Analytics
Factors Driving the Increased Demand for Workforce Analytics
RPO is a big decision for any leader. It doesn't have to be all or nothing and there are ways of outsourcing parts or most of your process, but it has to make sense. The purpose of this presentation is to provide a framework for HR, Talent Acquisition & Finance executives to evaluate RPO from an agnostic perspective in order to decide whether RPO may be a good fit for their respective organizations. HR & TA Leaders and Managers who want to understand RPO -- the benefits, issues, business case, change-management and trends which impact their organizations will benefit from this must-see presentation.
The cost of dysfunctional recruiting processes cost companies billions of dollars each year. Despite the staggering amounts of waste, very few organizations are able to design, implement, manage, and develop an effective recruitment process.
With a constantly changing, highly competitive recruiting landscape; technology that changes constantly; and the blurring of traditional boundaries; recruiting today is increasingly complex and costly. So, why not outsource part or all of the process?
We will share our eight-step systematic approach for "performance staffing." Our unique model can be used to develop your own process-driven solution or to evaluate your prospective RPO partner on whether they can do a better job than you could ever do on your own.
You will learn about the opportunity to become certified with the Institute for Human Resources and what other HR Verticals are available for either yourself or your colleagues.
There will be an introduction to this Institute's Advisory Board and faculty which ensures that all courses and educational components are state-of-the-art and relevant to current trends in the industry.
We will also give an overview of the speakers and their topics. You will be given guidance on how to chat online with colleagues and access the virtual exhibit hall which includes floors for our Sponsors, speakers and suppliers, prior to and during the entire two day event. You will have the opportunity to ask any questions you may have, as it relates to the overall program, prior to the event's commencement.
Take the first important step in increasing your organization’s performance levels by learning techniques that can create more positive mindsets in your leaders and all people. These are scientifically based techniques and practices that you can start implementing in your organization right away. A healthy and positive mindset makes us more resilient to the everyday challenges at work and in life so we can focus not only on our own success but also the success of others. In addition, improving people’s mindset creates a more positive work culture where everybody is more motivated, energetic, creative, productive and healthier; giving your organization the competitive edge it needs in today's economy.
HR Professionals everywhere want to be effective and respected for their abilities in a wide range of situations. Fit to Lead is an innovative program that helps you meet that goal.
You will know your performance, in a variety of situations, is being noticed and how you work with others determines your career growth and future promotions. Are you showing off the best version yourself? Do you ever wonder how others view you? This webinar will help you understand why being “Fit to Lead” is a program that can not only increase your Performance but enlighten you to assist your employees to also reach their full potential. Sign up for this innovative program, so you can take the steps necessary to get the recognition and job you deserve.
How often have you heard a business leader complain when HR announces it’s time to complete annual performance reviews? People often think of performance management as that thing they have to do for HR at the end of the year so that people can qualify for their bonuses. While that may be part of the process, performance management is not just a once-a-year HR task. It’s an always, ongoing activity! During this workshop, we will review everyone’s critical roles – Managers, Employees, and HR Professionals – as part of the performance management process. Participants will also gain clarity about what an annual performance review is and what it isn’t – specifically learning several Do’s and Don’ts in the review process – as well as discuss several leading practices and proven tools to enhance any existing performance management practices.
‘Coaching’ is thrown around quite a bit in the workplace. It’s the go-to word that’s used to cover any number of interactions - from correcting performance to sharing information to delegating or teaching a new skill. In fact, ‘coaching’ has evolved to generically refer to any interaction a leader might initiate... much like Kleenex’s relationship to all other tissue. But, not all conversations are coaching; and coaching certainly is not Kleenex!
Coaching is a deliberate process designed to systematically help others understand themselves, clarify their intents, and take responsibility for making choices to support performance and growth. But it’s more than a mechanical process. It’s a way of conversing with others that taps possibilities, optimism and a sense of capability. And it just might be the most sustainable competitive advantage an organization has today.