When I ask HR professionals how successful their social media activities are and they start telling me how many followers or ‘likes’ they have it really worries me. I hate to break it to you, but – this number is irrelevant.
Companies pursuing flat management structures and more accountability for employees are deciding to do without a traditional human-resources department, finding other ways to manage hiring, firing and benefits.
The talent businesses really need (and HR software might not deliver) ZDNet New HR 01 (Image: TechVentive, Inc.) What's going on is a recovering economy that needs workers while employers are finding fewer and fewer qualified folks available to...
Fresh Practices For Talent Acquisition In Southeast Asia Forbes Of all the challenging aspects of talent management, establishing a highly compelling employment value proposition (EVP) was seen as a requirement for sourcing and attracting candidates.
Carolyn Rivera, VP of Learning and Development at H&R Block discusses her approach to talent management and her view of the changing role of the HR officer. Transcript: "When you look at talent management, you have to look at it in three ways.
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