As competition for talent intensifies, take advantage of social technologies for recruiting. Learn how social and collaboration tools enhance, improve and reinvent recruiting processes, and best practices for developing a social recruiting strategy.
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.
Improve the efficiency of your organization’s talent and performance management program using SuccessFactors. When you download this guide, you’ll find out:
• How an aligned performance and goals function can bring efficiency to your organization
• Ways to improve your employee compensation program that focus on the effective and aligned use of your resources
• How to find a sourcing and selection process that’s optimized for your organization’s needs
• Why using a system like SuccessFactors Employee Central can help bring all of these functions together and effortlessly embed into your business
Download SuccessFactors efficiency guide: 20 ways to increase efficiencies using Performance & Goals, Compensation, Recruiting, and Employee Central and learn the 20 ways you can boost the efficiency of your talent and performance management system.
Published By: ForUsAll
Published Date: Jun 18, 2018
While the real cost of losing an employee is difficult to measure and can vary widely depending on job complexity, one study by the Center for American Progress found that turnover for workers earning less than $50,000 annually cost 21% of their annual salary. With the U.S. economy nearing full employment, competition for talent is getting fierce, which means that attracting and retaining quality talent is now more important than ever.
Luckily, there are affordable ways to make your company more competitive at attracting and retaining talent. Offering higher quality, affordable, comprehensive benefits has never been more important. And one of the most important and affordable benefits that you can improve is your company’s 401(k). But just how does one turn their 401(k) into a powerful recruiting and retention tool? In this White Paper, we’ll walk you through five strategies that forward-thinking companies are already using to turn their 401(k)s into strategic business drivers that att
Human resources departments continue to struggle to build the best workforce. There are plenty of applicants but not enough candidates with the right combination of skills, experience, work ethic, and attitude to be top performers. The success of any organization depends on its people. Employees are a company’s greatest asset—and that asset must be managed to yield positive results. At Sage, we call this the Return on Employee Investment, or ROEI. This guide provides tactics and tips to help you improve the effectiveness of your company’s recruiting, hiring, and onboarding processes.
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.
Most organizations ignore key signs that determine whether or not their recruiting process needs improvement. Read this free article to learn about new HR solutions, like video interviewing platforms, which make recruiting processes more efficient.
To succeed today, organizations need to take advantage of
information technology in every area of their business. Talent
acquisition is no exception. Robust, reliable technology can
help recruiters more effectively engage with candidates.
According to Aberdeen Group, the user experience is key.
It is more important than ever to have friendly and interactive
platforms. In terms of talent acquisition, companies that
prioritize the candidate experience are more than twice as
likely to improve their cost per hire on a year–by-year basis.1
In addition, social capabilities can enable recruiting
professionals to use the Internet for job applications, social
referrals and video interviewing. Mobile integration also
enables users to connect with information where and when
they need it.
With better tools and insight into people and data,
organizations can much more quickly identify talent,
match capabilities to market needs, retain the best talent
and improve recruiting outcomes.
Simply put, rec
Published By: BirdDog
Published Date: Jul 23, 2014
Learn about the top 5 tips construction, engineering, and supply companies are using to improve their recruiting strategy and see how a refined recruiting strategy will allow you to recruit the best talent for your business.