2023 Talent Health Index
Discover where your talent strategy stands today Your people need a comprehensive talent management program to achieve their full potential. And that means you need a way to gauge the effectiveness and maturity of your current talent strategy. The 2023 Talent Health Index defines the essential components of a complete talent program and reveals how to overcome your most pressing talent challenges — by strengthening the vitality of your whole organization. ㅤ Read the report The 2023 Talent Health Index can help you analyze where your talent management program is most mature and where you can shape it up for an even fitter future. Download Now The Talent Health Index dives deeper into these global trends, revealing the signs of under-performing talent programs and steps you can take to progress your program to the next level. Download Report About the research The Cornerstone People Research Lab and The Starr Conspiracy gathered answers via online survey from 700+ talent business leaders and 1,400+ employees across North America, Europe, and Asia Pacific in Spring 2023.
The 5 Employment Laws Every Manager Must Know
Employment law is complicated and can have big repercussions for your company if employees fail to adhere to it — either out of ignorance or neglect. A talent contractor for Comcast was just forced to pay $7.5 million to settle a lawsuit over unpaid overtime — a violation of employment law. While you can't expect everyone at your company to be experts in the law (that's why you should have an attorney on retainer), your managers should be trained on the basics. Otherwise, you make your company susceptible to lawsuits.
Optimizing skill development via performance planning techniques
Unlocking the pathway to organizational success involves more than individual performance — it hinges on the dynamic connection between skills development and growth. In a landscape marked by swift technological progress and evolving customer demands, the key to future-proofing organizations is cultivating the right skills.
Trends at Work
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.
Quiet quitting is not the problem
The phrase “quiet quitting” has really struck a nerve. Ever since its arrival via a TikTok video, people can’t seem to stop talking about it. It’s even given birth to some spinoff terms like “quiet firing.”
3 ways my HR career prepared me for my customer-facing role
Throughout my career, I’ve had the opportunity to work in a variety of fields. My first role after undergrad was as an elevator sales consultant. After that, I joined the airline industry, and during my time there transitioned from customer care to operations and human resources. And for 15 years now, I’ve worked in HR, leading talent and recruiting teams focused on the tremendous possibility and contributions of people.
Supercharge skill development through performance planning
As an HR professional, you have to keep your entire organization ahead of the curve to succeed. Skills are the bridge connecting individual performance and holistic growth within your organization. In other words, for your entire company to achieve its potential, every person on your team needs to achieve their own goals first.
LMS vs. LXP vs. TXP – A complete guide to help you decide what you need
The utility of the LMS and LXP — and the vision of the Cornerstone TXP
How to use AI for skills intelligence
With the advent of AI and the growing prominence of skills intelligence, HR professionals now have powerful tools at their disposal to revolutionize talent management and unlock the full potential of their people. So it’s time to say goodbye to opaque visibility and guesswork. Whether using AI to help hire the best job candidates, relying on it to recommend the best learning content or proposing an optimal career path, AI can help your people thrive and, subsequently, help your organization evolve and prosper. Let’s peel back the layers of how AI can help improve how you identify, build and measure your organization’s skills.
Causes, consequences and solutions for the talent drought
As we inch closer to 2024, organizations find themselves in the middle of a talent drought. This worker shortage is sending shockwaves through various industries, becoming a pervasive concern from boardrooms to production plants. The lack of qualified employees will shape next year’s global economic landscape.
You, me, we — Managing the talent experience
Today’s world is incredibly unpredictable. Think of all the upheavals businesses have had to weather in recent years, from Brexit to COVID-19, the Great Resignation, and more. Even before this, there was the 2008 financial meltdown. All of this impacts the world of work, meaning organizations must always prepare for times of instability.