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.
Teams are the future of work. In 77% of organizations, at least half of work is accomplished in some sort of team, 2021 Brandon Hall Group research shows. The work done in teams is expected to increase in the next two years in 65% of those organizations.
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.
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.
Less than 40% of employers actively support career development and internal talent mobility as part of their business strategy, Brandon Hall Group research shows, and fewer than 20% offer easy-to-navigate apps or portals with detailed descriptions of roles across all lines of business. In other words, most organizations do not effectively invest in retaining their talent.
More than 90% of organizations believe a lack of talent mobility is a significant risk to the business, according to Brandon Hall Group Talent Management Maturity research. Organizations are under tremendous pressure to develop agile employees with skills and competencies to be more productive and efficient. Employers must adapt to new styles of work. Talent mobility is required for rapid transformation.
Brandon Hall Group, the leading independent HCM Research and Analyst Firm has opened entries for its 29th annual Excellence in Technology Awards. Often referred to as the Academy Awards of Human Capital Management, this is the original awards program focusing on corporate learning, talent and HR best practices.