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.
Brandon Hall Group research shows most employers understand that managers and employees need to connect more frequently and effectively to improve performance. Regularly scheduled check-ins have the potential to be a great vehicle for coaching, feedback and career conversations. But that’s not the current case. Four in 10 organizations say managers and their team members have check-ins quarterly or less. Fewer than one-quarter meet at least weekly, which should be closer to the norm.
This week’s news that isolved has acquired Givful shows a deep understanding of these needs of employers, employees and candidates. This acquisition gives isolved a lot of tools that help address the needs for connections within the organization and for people to feel better connected to their communities. This move also will have an impact on isolved customers feeling like their work is meaningful, which is a major component of attracting and retaining workers, regardless of where they physically do their job.
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In Brandon Hall Group’s HCM Outlook 2021 Study, 70% of organizations rated assessing and driving employee engagement as important or extremely important. Engagement ranked second — two percentage points behind fostering an inclusive workplace — as the year’s top people priority.
An Individual Development Plan (IDP) helps employees understand their strengths and identify areas for improvement. It’s a tool to help employees excel in their jobs and develop their careers. The…
Brandon Hall Group defines employee engagement as an outcome based on all the experiences an employee has with an organization. But there are many competing definitions of engagement and some organizations see the level of engagement simply as the result of their annual engagement survey. Organizations define, measure and address engagement in many ways.