The Greatest Talent Solution—Ever

Elissa Tucker's picture

Has unwanted turnover got you down? Tired of open positions taking months to fill? Worried about leaders retiring and taking years of expertise with them? I’ve got a solution for you. 

It’s strategic workforce planning. And, it’s the most fruitful human capital management process you’ll ever use!

Ok, I’ve watched too many infomercials lately. But, strategic workforce planning really is the HCM process that keeps on giving. It will help you:

Four Myths About Millennials in the Workplace: Debunked

Lauren Trees's picture

There’s a lot of talk among employers about how different Millennials are from the Gen Xers and Baby Boomers who came before them. But recent APQC research on Preparing for the Future of Work found that what younger talent really wants might surprise the organizations competing to hire them. Here are four common myths about Millennial workers that the APQC study effectively debunked:

Importance of Regularly Gathering (and Contributing) Employee Feedback

Rachele Collins's picture

Are you a dog lover like I am? I was very intrigued to read a recent article in SHRM’s HR Magazine about the benefits of bringing dogs to the office, something that I certainly am in favor of but our HR director, not so much. According to the recent article from SHRM, a policy of allowing employees to bring their pets to work has resulted in benefits for organizations such as:

The Meaning of Work: What Drives Employees to Work Hard

Alex Leake's picture

I’ve always considered myself a life-long learner; I love learning about new technologies, human behaviors, and productivity hacks, to name a few. Most of my learning comes from the information I seek out on a regular basis and two of my favorite sources of information are TED Talks and NPR’s TED Radio Hour.  

Is the Employee Survey Process Broken Too?

Elissa Tucker's picture

A lot of attention is given to the broken performance review process. But, has this focus on performance reviews led us to overlook another human capital management process that is also in need of fixing? Recently, I read a blog post that had me asking this question.

Some Great Knowledge Management Books For Spring Reading

Rachele Collins's picture

My son is in the 7th grade at Houston’s First Baptist Academy, home of the Warriors, and one of the school’s marketing posters that I used to love walking by in the school hallway was a sign with smartly dressed, fresh-faced FBA students and the caption “Begin Well.” I love this slogan – in only two words, it managed to convey the idea that by investing in your child’s early education at FBA, you are providing him or her a solid foundation to succeed later in life.

6 Proven Knowledge Retention Ideas To Avoid Disaster

Alex Leake's picture

We’ve all heard the saying “the only constant in life is change.” Change is happening faster than ever in companies around the world—whether it’s implementing new software, automating processes, or hiring/losing employees—your company will inevitably face change.