The technology piece of course is what isolved Giving & Volunteering is all about. There have been many hardships and pressures on the workforce but that does not mean we must lose our sense of togetherness. As one of the few solutions with the means to help employees express their desire to engage with each other — and their community — isolved is doing more than healing to solve a problem; they are giving the workforce the means to help each other.
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.
In the next years, the twin trends of a more humanistic approach to the workforce and the exponential increase in the use of data and advanced analytics for recognizing and empowering employees will continue with no signs of slowing down. The time to act is now because every employee has a story to tell and every company should be listening.
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.
Brandon Hall Group’s new team development research will uncover leading practices for developing the teamsof tomorrow. Brandon Hall Group will generate reports and tools to help employers create the competencies and team dynamics that will drive success as organizations continue to adapt to the evolving business environment.
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…
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.
Traditionally, Human Resources primarily performs support activities (supporting departments through staff development, hiring, compliance, etc.), so organizations manage accountability for HR activities differently. Some organizations, about one in five, do not hold HR accountable in any way, according to Brandon Hall Group research.
How HR is currently structured is not very different from the way it was 20 years ago. But how the job is executed is so different, it is almost unrecognizable. Everything from the amount of strategy involved (as opposed to the day-to-day report filing of begone days) to the digitalization and automation of processes has fundamentally changed the way the modern HR practitioner goes about their job. However, that does not mean that all HR practitioners are aware of what resources they have available and which ones they should use to take advantage of modern systems.
Many organizations can quickly determine whether a specific HR initiative is efficient or effective. However, when it is a longer-term goal or a strategic objective that involves different processes over a long period, most organizations struggle to evaluate the effectiveness of their HR plans based on their overall business strategy. Most of this struggle is due to an over-reliance on short-term metrics and an inability to overcome common challenges.