Passing on valuable knowledge: How HAI strengthened workforce loyalty using learning technology
How AI can complement a back to basics approach in talent acquisition
As the job market constantly evolves, organisations seek to revamp recruitment and talent acquisition approaches for 2024. In an exclusive interview on Personnel Today, Andrew Brown, UK Regional Director for Account Management, RPO and Recruiting at Cornerstone, sat down with host and HR wellbeing editor Ashleigh Webber and discussed the prominent trends shaping the talent acquisition landscape.
Talent Health Review Working Group with Perry Timms
Join HR expert, Perry Timms and Cornerstone over lunch, for this first in a series of roundtables looking at how HR is changing, what a healthy talent management programme looks like, and how organisations can get ready for the new wave of HR - HR 3.0. During these roundtables, Perry and Dominic Holmes (principle strategy and value) from Cornerstone will open up the floor to discuss your Talent Health Assessment Results*, offer advice from their own consultancy experience as well as facilitate peer to peer feedback and knowledge share.
Fostering internal talent mobility
In today's constantly changing world of talent management, organisations need to be agile and equip their workforce with the adaptability to meet evolving challenges. In a recent episode of the HR Grapevine Podcast, Luke Hicks, the Regional Sales Director at Cornerstone, sat down with the podcast host, Kieran Howells, in a captivating conversation about the importance of internal talent mobility and its profound impact on the future of businesses.
Musings from Paris: A recap of Unleash World 2023
As the cool breeze of Autumn swept through Paris, European HR Leaders gathered, looking for insights and inspiration ahead of the upcoming financial year. #UnleashWorld was in full swing at the Porte de Versailles convention centre in Paris. The cloudy skies this year cast even darker moods following France’s unexpected exit from the Rugby World Cup. Inside, it was a different story. The convention centre buzzed with lights and flashing screens, coffees percolated and a thousand well-trained vendors practiced their lines before the big show.
Elevating employee wellbeing: A holistic mental health approach
An organisation that fails to align with the needs of a modern workforce faces uphill challenges when it comes to attracting, retaining and upskilling talent. Over the past few years, there's been a notable shift toward prioritising employee wellbeing in the workplace, emphasising the need for organisations to place it at the forefront of their concerns. But improving workplace wellness is no easy feat because there's no single solution. Yet the welfare of employees intertwines with every aspect of talent experience. As such, organisations must adopt a holistic employee wellness strategy, incorporating it into their broader talent management.
Is your talent management aligned for success? Exploring the 7 key dimensions
In an increasingly competitive talent market, HR professionals understand the need to get the most out of their people and the skills they have, but how can they unlock employees’ true potential to enable their businesses to thrive?
Coffee Breaks with Cornerstone Series Two
In our second Coffee Breaks Series of 2023, we focused on Human Capital Management (HCM). Over the course of three webinars spanning three months, we showcased various aspects of the employee journey, starting from recruitment and onboarding, moving through time to productivity, talent development and performance. Watch these on-demand webinars to gain insights and actionable strategies that can truly transform your organisation's people practices.
Why does the internal talent marketplace play a key role in staff turnover?
This depends on the questions you ask. The concern that exists - and is growing - around the early exit of employees, including those who do not get past the traditional 100 days in the organisation, is reflected in questions that look for answers outside the organisation. But the solution to employee loyalty is perhaps not so far away and is more a question of bringing to light what is already offered in terms of career development, than expanding the catalogue of collateral options.
Most used technologies for exposing career growth opportunities
Although it is the organisation that puts the value proposition to their employees, it is the employees who shape it. This is the case with "professional development", which is consistently one of the top 3 reasons why people choose to leave or stay with an organisation. Employees want to grow, and opportunities for mobility, whether vertical or horizontal, demonstrate how much focus the company places on helping them achieve this growth. So much so that more than 70% of workers are interested in finding out about professional development opportunities at the recruitment stage.
10 ways to make one-on-one meetings count
One of the basic premises of being an effective leader is to have regular one-on-one meetings with your staff. Yet often, these meetings feel like torture to the employee, lacking forethought and focus. In such cases, leaders need to recognise that the value of these interactions extends beyond mere formality. To make these one-on-ones effective, leaders should prepare for each meeting, set clear agendas and actively listen to their employees' concerns and feedback.