Almost 90% of organizations believe understanding employees’ potential is important or critical to meet future business needs. But only 19% say current processes are effective in evaluating employees’ potential. That’s because most organizations focus evaluation on past performance while at the same time saying that past performance is not an important indicator of potential, according to Brandon Hall Group research. This strategy brief recommends five strategies to improve the understanding and identification of employee potential.
Almost half of organizations (46%) believe developing workplace mentors is an important or very important part of their business and talent strategies; 30% believe the quality of mentoring is good or excellent.
In the current global workplace, many organizations struggle with a large remote workforce that isn’t receiving the benefit of their long-standing culture — or are they? Cultural assimilation previously occurred when certain behaviors that were tied to the culture and values were exhibited and repeated in the office or among peers. But now that there are so many WFH and other types of non-office workers, those old standards may need to be re-evaluated.
Brandon Hall Group, the organization behind the largest and longest-running awards program in Human Capital Management, announced the winners of the 2021 HCM Excellence Award. Organizations from around the world were honored this year with either Gold, Silver or Bronze awards for their HCM programs, strategies, processes and systems.
Only 30% of employers rate coaching and mentoring in their organizations as good or excellent, according to Brandon Hall Group’s study, How Can We Develop Great Coaches and Mentors. Less than half (46%) believe developing workplace coaches and mentors is important or critical to their business and talent strategies.
It’s a new world. To compete and keep your talent, you must empower them to see all the possibilities. Done well, you make it much easier for employees to stay with the organization they know rather than rolling the dice with another company. Creating such a consumer-grade experience is important in a hypercompetitive talent marketplace.
Brandon Hall Group, the leading independent HCM research and analyst firm, recently launched a new study to look at how organizations are changing their approach to performance management to adapt to the future of work.
Perceptyx acquired Waggl, an employee voice platform and CultureIQ, a culture management solution. This made immediate sense due to Perceptyx’s unique blend of technology and service. For those not yet aware of Perceptyx, they’re an employee survey and people analytics vendor that creates engagements built upon listening to employees through their technology, then providing guidance to act upon those insights.
Most HR organizations (47%) see themselves at the “developing stage” of HR service delivery, meaning that along with their core HR processes, they have implemented some long-term plans, Brandon Hall…
Organizations that managed to develop an effective career-development program embrace it as a business strategy and their managers believe their responsibilities include helping employees develop their careers. Employers who say managers care about their employees’ happiness in their careers are 10 times more likely to have effective career-development programs.