In this six-step guide, we aim to help you solve your data challenges to prepare for advanced analytics, cognitive computing, machine learning and the resulting benefits of AI. We’ll show you how to get your data house in order, scale beyond the proof of concept stage, and develop an agile approach to data management. By continually repeating the steps in this guide, you’ll sharpen your data and shape it into a truly transformational business asset. You’ll be able to overcome some of the most common business problems, and work toward making positive changes:
• Improve customer satisfaction
• Reduce equipment outages
• Increase marketing campaign ROI
• Minimize fraud loss
• Improve employee retention
• Increase accuracy for financial forecasts
HR has an important opportunity to drive enterprise social collaboration. Read how social technology enables employee productivity, how HR can add value to social communication, and how social tools can improve HR functions.
Published By: OC Tanner
Published Date: Jun 12, 2018
Employee recognition is more than an HR program—it has a profound impact on an organization’s workplaceculture and bottom line.
Employee recognition has a strong influence on an organization’s workplace culture. Research on 10,000 employees in 12 countries shows that organizations who have a great culture are:
• 54% more likely to have employees that are Promoters on the standard NPS scale
• 53% more likely to have highly engaged employees
• 29% more likely to have employees innovating and performing great work
• 27% more likely to have increased in revenuelast year
• 25% more likely to have growth in team size in the last year1
By creating a great workplace culture employees want to engage with, you’ll see an improvement in business results. Employee recognition touches every aspect of your company culture and your employee experience—from recruiting, to engagement, productivity, innovation, and retention.
Enterprise HR departments are using social technology to improve employee recruiting, onboarding, knowledge sharing, mergers and acquisitions, and learning and development. These innovative applications lead to measurable improvements in job satisfaction, employee retention and the bottom line.
Published By: LifeLock
Published Date: Feb 24, 2017
Identity theft (IDT) is a critical concern for people around the world. Providing identity theft protection as an employee benefit helps safeguard employees from fraud, scams and threats to their personal credit ratings. And, this low-cost benefit can make your employment benefits package more attractive. In this program, Todd Davis, founder of LifeLock, discusses the options for identity theft coverage, how to drive participation in such coverage and how to use your IDT benefit to improve employee retention and engagement.
his study of 438 organizations examines strategies, tools, and processes designed to improve engagement and performance. Best-in-class organizations achieved a larger percentage of performance reviews that exceed expectations, higher engagement, and improved employee retention.
If you were to ask a CHRO two questions:
1. Is employee onboarding critical to your business?
2. Could your company be more effective with this process?
This webcast is about IBM's answer to these questions. "Succeeding at IBM" is the name of IBM's own strategic onboarding program. It is viewed by experts as a best in class example of how to effectively align the business and HR when it comes to our most important asset, our people! In this webcast, you will learn how IBM improved it's employee retention, time to productivity and overall engagement through it's formal pre-boarding and onboarding programs.
There is no time like the present to come up with an improved strategy for employee retention and development. It is critical for you as supervisors and managers to engage employees effectively if you don’t want your top talent to look for opportunities elsewhere to grow in their careers. Help your employees do their best work by removing obstacles, recognizing valuable contributions and promoting creative approaches to career advancement. Take action to retain employees: authorize them to make decisions; initiate conversations about performance, be transparent; and provide guidance during times of change or uncertainty.