How can you tell if you have “just” a WFM solution or IWFM? Ask yourself if your WFM solution is providing data-driven insights into people-related decisions. If not, then you’re not using an IWFM-enabled solution.
Brandon Hall Group research has shown that organizations that can personalize the employee experience in a way that makes employees feel like contributing, valued members of the organization are more likely to see rises in business metrics such as customer retention, customer satisfaction, and even market share.
Most organizations see the value in having a strong Employer Value Proposition (EVP). Where they struggle is in developing critical aspects of that EVP, and just as importantly, in showing — not just telling — their EVP to employees and candidates alike.
Organizations need to support leaders in how to effectively lead in a hybrid work environment. Brandon Hall Group’s newest research in leadership management seeks to uncover the ways successful organizations help their leaders manage employees regardless of location or situation.
What are the most common reasons why employees leave? According to Brandon Hall Group’s recent research, the top three reasons employees leave are uncompetitive compensation (58%), limited development opportunities (51%), and work/life balance (51%). All three reasons are very much under the control of the organization.
On Nov. 3rd, UKG announced that they had acquired Quorbit, a startup in the workforce planning space. UKG, of course, requires no introduction, but Quorbit may need an introduction — they are an Oxford-based (UK-based) technology solution that helps highly-complex organizations create workforce budgets, align work with business goals, and increase the overall accuracy of their planning requirements.
Employees have their thoughts on their personal and professional development and advancement. Organizations have their own thoughts. Marrying the two is the only way to ensure career development and advancement is mutually beneficial. Brandon Hall Group’s newest research in career development seeks to uncover the ways successful organizations create partnerships between managers and employees when it comes to career pathing and advancement.
Last week was Cornerstone OnDemand’s (CSOD’s) annual conference, and the analyst day beforehand was a perfect time to see just how CSOD was meeting changing market demands, especially in light of all their recent M&A activity.
In a recent Quantum Workplace KnowledgeGraphic, one of the key takeaways was that organizations seeking to prepare their workplace culture for the future of work should start by defining what culture means for their organization.
isolved recently released its On-Demand Pay option, a tool that addresses a previously overlooked part of total well-being. On-Demand Pay does as its name implies, giving employees access to their pay immediately but without the cumbersome pay cards or digital wallets that often go along with these types of solutions.