Maximize your EVP by leveraging talent mobility
With fierce competition for top talent, a compelling Employee Value Proposition (EVP) can significantly set an organization apart from its competitors. An EVP encompasses the unique benefits and rewards employees receive in exchange for their skills, capabilities and experience.
Measuring what matters: Getting started with reporting and analytics
If you can’t measure it, you can’t manage it. While there are endless variations and misattributions of that line, it’s not a bad box to tick when getting serious about setting strategy for reporting and analytics. After all, it’s generally helpful to know whether what you’re doing is working. But that doesn’t go quite far enough. Go beyond what you manage; measure what matters.
Skills transformation for the now and where you’re heading
Skills shortages have been making the headlines for decades. And they’re not letting up. So it’s not surprising that 48% of employers cite their most urgent concern over the next three years as a skills and talent shortage, according to the Cornerstone Global Skills Report.
Why visibility into the performance of your content strategy is critical
We all know the way we work is changing at warp speed. In today's hyperdrive environment, learning in the flow of work is more crucial than ever before. Employers must stay on their A-game — anticipating learners' needs and providing on-demand learning content to help them acquire new skills and knowledge efficiently.
HR Labs Season 5: Building connection into the workplace of the future
Establishing meaningful connections in today's rapidly evolving workforce has become increasingly challenging. Many teams need help to foster a sense of connection among their members, leading to a range of issues such as decreased engagement, lower productivity and increased turnover. Employees often feel isolated from their colleagues, detached from the overarching business goals and uncertain about their purpose and future in the workplace.
Maximizing performance management to drive success
One thing the unpredictability of the past few years has taught business leaders is that they need to be able to navigate change, and quickly. There are many tools that companies should have in their arsenal to be able to do this, but three major areas to prioritize are skills development, career growth and talent mobility. Why is this significant? First, a highly skilled workforce is more capable and efficient. Such employees can perform their duties better, driving greater success for the organization overall, in turn attracting investors. Additionally, if employees feel that their organization is investing in their growth and prioritizing their development, they are more likely to remain with the organization.
The role of opportunity marketplaces in improving employee retention
From the employee-employer disconnect that’s arisen from widespread remote and hybrid working to trends like "the great resignation" and "quiet quitting" impacting employee satisfaction — it’s certainly been a bumpy ride for the workforce, globally.