Candidate experience is a modern concept that encompasses the entire set of activities, feelings and experiences a candidate goes through during their job search. But which of those experiences contain the key moments that can compel a candidate to reject or accept a job offer? Those defining impact points are of high interest to any organization seeking to make an immediate impact on one of the most telling recruitment metrics: offer-acceptance rate.
While much has been written and said about the pandemic and its impact on organizations, it represents a once-in-a-lifetime inflection point for L&D’s role in the business. This newly elevated,…
The most impactful point of candidate experience varies by job type, industry and organization but the real takeaway is that all of the parts must come together to make a real impact on candidate experience. Even one missing link will break the chain that ties successful candidates to overall business success.
As employers focus on driving business growth, the top people priorities for most organizations are assessing and driving employee engagement, according to Brandon Hall Group research. We define engagement as an “outcome driven by the quality of employee experiences,” which means nearly everything employees touch during their tenure, from onboarding to technology to their relationships with managers and leaders, and everything in between.
To gain more insight into the current and future state of mobile learning, Brandon Hall Group partnered with SAP Litmos to conduct a mobile learning study and found that only 31% of companies have a defined strategy for it. Join us for a webinar where we will look at more of the findings, as well as a discussion around what companies may be doing right, wrong or not at all
Brandon Hall Group, the leading independent HCM research and analyst firm, is launching a new study on organizations’ well-being and engagement practices and how they correlate with increased KPIs to identify best practices in HR strategies.
Brandon Hall Group research shows that praise and recognition have a big impact on employeeengagement and retention. Building a culture of recognition and appreciation is critical to driving the trust and engagement needed to succeed in today’s business environment.
It all starts at the end: What are the business outcomes you want your leaders to drive? Then teach, reinforce, enable practice and coach them to reach those behaviors.
Gamification has been proven effective in the broader learning ecosystem by tapping into intrinsic and extrinsic motivators that drive learners to adopt and engage with learning. Brandon Hall Group’s research found that companies employing gamification in their onboarding programs have better new-hire engagement, stronger new hire retention and faster time to productivity.
Traditionally, Human Resources primarily performs support activities (supporting departments through staff development, hiring, compliance, etc.), so organizations manage accountability for HR activities differently. Some organizations, about one in five, do not hold HR accountable in any way, according to Brandon Hall Group research.