Cornerstone Skills Graph - Technische datasheet
Cornerstone Skills Graph is de beste manier om vaardigheden centraal te stellen in uw talentstrategie. Welk Cornerstone-product u ook gebruikt, u heeft altijd toegang tot onze intelligente verzameling van meer dan 53.000 vaardigheden verspreid over 250 miljoen functies. Dit is in elk medewerkersprofiel inbegrepen.
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Thriving in the Global Skills Shortage
The new realities of work are creating long-term impacts — good and bad — for your organisation and people. The organisations that aren't struggling to navigate this uncharted wilderness succeed because they focus on developing the skills of their people.
An adaptative HCM solution that works for everyone
Effectively managing your people means always having the right people with the right skills in the right positions as often as possible. This means supporting individual employees and managers as they complete tasks and actions related to your people and providing a foundation of planning and analysis for your organisation. With the Cornerstone HCM platform, you can improve efficiency, engage your people and give your HR teams the tools to make HR a strategic part of your organisation.
NSPCC revamps learning strategy, with child wellbeing at its heart
The NSPCC’s mission is to prevent abuse and neglect. The landscape of safeguarding children has changed significantly in recent years. The arrival of COVID-19 made reaching and supporting vulnerable children, while their needs and risks were rising, all the more challenging. However, the pandemic also presented an opportunity for the NSPCC to innovate and test new ways of working, with digitalising workforce learning being a key example. The NSPCC looked to implement a learning strategy that would enable it to give the best possible care to as many children as possible within this ‘new normal’, and well into the future. With a mixture of paid employees and volunteers across the organisation — from managing apprenticeships to inducting ChildLine volunteers to prepare them to answer calls from young people — NSPCC’s learning needs were broad, and it was important for the new learning strategy to be and feel as inclusive as possible.