Building a culture of DE&I requires building new sets of skills among both individual contributors and leaders, from the front lines to the C-Suite. For many organizations, improving DE&I amounts to culture change. That requires a strategic approach.
Brandon Hall Group, the leading independent HCM research and analyst firm, is launching a survey to understand the strategies and tactics employers use to realize the business benefits of DE&I.
Business success depends on having a healthy culture. A healthy culture depends on leaders who model the values and behaviors needed to build and sustain it. How do you get…
Corporations and Solution Providers submitted applications that showcased how they used technology to improve the human capital management of organizations around the world. The awards were judged by an international panel of industry experts based on the value to the business, technological innovation, unique differentiators, technical functionality and measurable results.
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Brandon Hall Group, the leading independent HCM research and analyst firm, is launching a survey to understand the human capital management priorities of organizations in the coming year and how the continued disruption of COVID-19 and evolution of the hybrid workplace will impact goals and objectives.
The business benefits of having women of all ethnicities and races in positions of influence and leadership are well-documented. Another Brandon Hall Group Study, What’s Changing for Women in the Workplace, examined how high-performing organizations adjust their development strategies for women across demographic groups and geographies. The study shows how the disruption of the pandemic impacted women and organizations’ plans as they transition to the evolving “new normal.”
Maintaining a strategic TA process is much more than simply sustaining a healthy pipeline of talent to your organization — although that might be the most important aspect of it. The key word here is “strategic,” as keeping a flow of people into the organization is valuable but at its core, it is a tactical process. To be strategic with TA, it is important to consider it holistically: the sourcing, the state of the recruitment team, the technology, the process, the EVP.
Employers say their biggest human capital management challenges over the next six months will be retaining talent, employee engagement and acquiring new talent, though 15 distinct challenges are rated at least 3 on a 5-point scale. Organizations are pulled in many directions and most management functions present at least a moderate challenge, creating stress across organizations.