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 healthy talent program and reveals how to overcome your most pressing talent challenges — by strengthening the vitality of your whole organisation. ㅤ Read the report The 2023 Talent Health Index can help you diagnose 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.
Learn how Enphase revolutionised their employee experience using EdCast LXP
Enphase Energy, Inc., a global energy technology company headquartered in Fremont, CA, is a leading supplier of microinverter-based solar and battery systems that enable people to harness the sun to generate, use, save their own power and monitor it all with a smart mobile app. The company revolutionised the solar industry with its microinverter-based technology and builds all-in-one solar, battery, and software solutions. Enphase has shipped more than 48 million microinverters, and over 2.5 million Enphase-based systems have been deployed in more than 140 countries.
The Talent Health Index: Unlocking your path to a future-fit strategy
How do you figure out how to cure organisational issues without knowing what true organisational health even looks like? If you have a hard time defining it, you’re not alone. Over 80% of organisations are grappling with the intricacies of adapting to rapidly changing workforce trends.
Trends at Work
Three HCM Trends You Can’t Afford to Ignore in 2023
Businesses are experiencing a perfect storm. Strengthening economic headwinds, geo-political unrest, the cost-of-living crisis, the skills shortage and sustainability are just some of the factors forcing organisations to pivot fast to pre-empt threats.
Thriving in a Fast-Paced, Unpredictable World: Strategies for Business Success
The automotive industry is an accurate barometer for how quickly business leaders need to think, act and adapt. Trends like battery electric vehicles, autonomous driving, and shared ownership are upending more than a century of traditional auto manufacturing in just a few years, forcing legacy brands to rip up decades-old operating models, innovate like never before and be more nimble.
Quiet quitting – tragic and unnecessary
All of a sudden everybody is talking about "quiet quitting". Staff who choose to work no more than is absolutely necessary, doing only the bare minimum required and nothing more. It is in protest against not being promoted or acknowledged or not getting better paid, despite working around the clock, stepping up and taking responsibility.
DHL Group delivering skills-first careers powered by AI
DHL Group is the world’s leading logistics company. DHL Group is made up of a family of close-knit business divisions all working together to meet customers’ needs.
Supercharge skill development through performance planning
As an HR professional, you have to keep your entire organisation ahead of the curve to succeed. Skills are the bridge connecting individual performance and holistic growth within your organisation. In other words, for your entire company to achieve its potential, every person on your team needs to achieve their own goals first.
Core HR function: Anticipating skills requirements
The human resources discipline encompasses a wide variety of roles and responsibilities, all centred around the employee. These tasks span everything from recruitment, payroll and administration to strategic workforce planning and training. The number one purpose of HR, however, is to manage skills. This means ensuring that the company possesses the knowledge and expertise it needs not only to manage day-to-day business and contribute to the company’s success, but also to anticipate future talent requirements. This is particularly true in times of talent shortage. It is up to companies to equip themselves with the concepts and solutions needed to meet these challenges.