Employers are not too proud to admit it: They have an employee retention problem. But the good news is they’re reporting there are tactics and programs working to keep top employees on board — and the majority don’t involve bumping up employees’ pay.
All that “seat at the table” talk is nice, but there are sure signs that HR is — or isn’t — getting the respect and attention it needs to build a better organization.
When the recession fades — as it eventually must — is your company going to be able to find the people you need? It’s a question that makes a lot of HR managers nervous.
What single quality would your company like to instill in employees through your training programs?
In the beginning, there was the Personnel Department. Its job was to handle the mechanics of hiring and firing – basically, a clerical operation. Then came Human Resources, which was supposed to transform the department’s role into a dynamic player in finding, developing and keeping top talent. So why hasn’t that transformation taken place? Consultant […]
Are changes in your market forcing a change in strategy that will demand new talent? Have one or more of your long-time stars started thinking about moving to a competitor or retiring? Or are you just trying to make sure the wheels keep turning for a few weeks or months if one of your top […]
It’s not a new idea, but its idiocy remains ever-fresh: “Finance should run HR.”
With all the talk about how Baby Boomers are putting off retirement, are employers really looking at a critical skills shortage in the coming years?
In this uncertain economy, smart companies are taking steps to ensure their productivity and profitability. How’re they doing that? Succession planning.
When it comes to managing your company’s talent, are you on top of these four issues?
Study after study confirms that most workers aren’t setting aside nearly enough money for retirement. As a result, an increasing number of individuals are prolonging their retirement. This can have a drastic effect on employers, so is it time for firms to get more aggressive?
Ready to rewrite your severance agreements? You may well have to, if the EEOC wins a recently filed lawsuit.
The recession has provided some painful lessons for workers on all levels — even CFOs.
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