In our latest survey report, we explore the growth challenges facing businesses and HR leaders in a rapidly changing landscape.
We surveyed over 500 HR leaders in leading organisations to explore their views on these challenges, and to find out how they are supporting people and leveraging people data to help them achieve their growth goals.
The survey revealed that:
• It’s the war for talent, again. The greatest challenges for growing companies are winning the war for talent, growing productivity and improving workforce visibility.
• Fast-growth companies share common traits in the way they manage and engage their people—we call this being a People Company.
• There’s a disconnect between managers and employees in terms of what being a People Company means.
• Becoming a People Company is a journey, with many organisations some way from embracing all aspects.
• People Science is a thing: there’s an appetite to leverage people data and analytics, but there are blockers in the way.
A rehab program is only as good as its staff. Acquiring, retaining and keeping rehab talent engaged is critical for
program effectiveness. Staffing issues can burden providers with additional costs and make it hard for them to
deliver a consistently high quality of care, but there are key strategies to help relieve the staffing burden.
The medical industry is facing a growing talent shortage. Recent estimates predict that America will be short of
more than 130,000 doctors by 2025.1 Specialized departments will suffer especially high shortage rates.
If healthcare providers want to minimize the impact of this shortage, they must optimize their recruitment and
retention practices. This guide details the best strategies for making that happen.
The more you know about your people, the more you can enable them to do their best work. And in turn, the greater the chance of business success. Yet, a rapidly changing world of work makes it difficult for companies to achieve this. There is a growing global skills crisis, and it’s getting worse. A shortage of skilled people makes it tough to find and attract the people you need — and it’s even tougher to get them through the door once you find them. To win the war for talent, you need to understand and engage with your candidates better than ever before.
A growing business is usually a good thing, but for talent acquisition teams, growth on a large scale can pose some unique recruiting challenges. That’s because rapid expansion can confront talent acquisition with the need to ensure that as the company grows, quality of hire doesn’t shrink.
The retail market is growing, presenting employees with more opportunities to find jobs that provide training, development and career progression-something today’s workforce demands. With improvement in the retail sector comes increased pressure to win the war for talent. This three-step checklist will help you identify your talent management strengths and weaknesses so you can recruit and retain the best people.
Published By: IBM APAC
Published Date: Aug 25, 2017
Machine learning automates the development of analytic models that can learn and make predictions on data. It has been one of the fastest growing disciplines within the world of statistics and data science, but the barrier to entry has been high, not only in cost, but also in the need for specialized talent.
Are you a sales manager who’s new to inside sales? Or, are you already running an inside sales team but just want to polish up your knowledge? The Ultimate Guide to Inside Sales is the place to start. You’ll learn how to staff, train, organize and motivate your inside sales team for peak performance.
Welcome to the complete guide on inside sales. Everything you need to know to staff, train, organise, motivate and optimise your inside sales team for peak performance is in this guide. The guide has been specially crafted to walk you through building and growing a highly successful inside sales team and give you actionable insights and tips to start making improvements today.
In this guide you will learn:
• How to identify your key inside sales roles
• How to hire the best talent to accelerate your sales performance
• How to coach your inside sales teams
• How to craft your sales funnel for deeper insight into sales performance
• How to structure your team’s daily activity to improve ac
Published By: Infosys
Published Date: Jul 02, 2019
Today’s workforce comprises growing numbers of digital natives who thrive on immersive and personalized digital experiences. Employee digital dexterity is an essential element of the next-generation workforce, which aligns well with our philosophy at Infosys.
We developed this thought leadership paper in association with Gartner to highlight how Infosys Wingspan can help companies navigate their next in terms of transforming their workforce to be ready for tomorrow, by embarking on a journey from talent transformation to digital change management.
Online payments giant Paypal drives global innovation with a forward-looking perspective, ‘fail-fast’ structure and customer-centricity. It shares how Singapore’s strong research institutions, fast-growing tech startup scene, and good talent is enabling its innovation priorities.
Published By: Polycom
Published Date: Jul 24, 2014
Build or buy? When manufacturers have sought new leaders, they have typically done both: grooming talent in-house and paying market rates for the best thinkers and managers.
With the growing STEM (science, technology, engineering, and mathematics) shortage, companies will be harder-pressed to buy – and keep – top technical talent. Emerging and established leaders will command premium prices and field continual offers, increasing the likelihood they’ll make frequent job changes, taking their industry and institutional knowledge with them. As a consequence, manufacturers will need to build their talent pipeline, empower knowledge workers with the tools and intelligence they need to succeed, and provide professional development opportunities that exceed what competitors offer.
This will be a marathon, not a sprint. What’s key to making the race for talent successful: virtual training environments that accelerate learning and innovation.
Growing organizations have different hiring needs than companies in low growth mode. Companies that plan to grow must consider their recruitment technology and how it will impact their ability to scale. When businesses start to expand, they are often required to change many of their recruiting and talent acquisition practices. Typically, emerging companies find themselves unprepared when it comes to increasing workforce changes. The solution: Implementing Talent Acquisition Software to streamline all hiring needs.
Published By: Jobvite
Published Date: Mar 31, 2015
It’s been a long road to recovery, but the economy is finally bouncing back after the Great Recession. Businesses are growing, companies are hiring and quality talent is in high demand. For the skilled worker, the job market has shifted in their favor, and professionals everywhere are taking advantage. The findings of the fifth annual Job Seeker Nation Study explore the progression of the job market, the modern job seeker’s approach to job hunting, and what this means for the workforce in 2015. Read this study to learn more.
Finding and retaining great talent today is challenging. Not only do Millennials expect more from employers, they expect more from their careers. The growing talent shortage is nothing to sneeze at either: in 2016, 68% of surveyed HR professionals found it difficult to fill full-time positions. Finally, there’s the shocking skills shortage: 84% of HR professionals reported seeing applied skill deficits (such as problem-solving skills) in candidates in the past 12 months.
Published By: OracleSMB
Published Date: Jan 04, 2018
Leaders of the Inc. 5000—some of the fastest growing private companies in America—are overwhelmingly optimistic about 2017, and they are investing accordingly.
This was just one of the key findings of the recent Oracle/Inc. study, "The Talent and Tech Driving America’s Fastest-Growing Companies."
So just how optimistic are they?
Very optimistic. Almost nine out of 10 respondents (89 percent) described themselves as either “extremely” or “very” confident about their prospects for success in 2017. Buoyed by this enthusiasm, the majority are growing virtually all aspects of their businesses.
moving into new markets
offering new products