Whilst Diversity and Inclusion (D&I) has developed into a discrete HR discipline, they should not be managed as a standalone agenda. To make sustainable progress towards becoming a diverse and inclusive organisation, D&I needs to be integrated into every core people process. One of the core processes is Talent Acquisition.
Employer brand can be a crucial differentiator when attracting, hiring, and retaining new employees and has a long-lasting impact on your talent acquisition efforts. In fact, 94% of candidates are more likely to apply for a position listed by a company that actively manages its employer brand
Physical spaces have become a non-grata, and working remotely is no longer a fad but a necessity for all stakeholders in a business.
Learning and development is a systematic process to enhance an employee’s skills, knowledge, and competency. Learning and Development strategy aims to ensure optimal human capital development and build the business management and leadership skills for a strong executive team.
80% of employees feel that they are not recognized for their contributions. 40% of employees say that they would put more energy into work if they were recognized more often. Recognition. Why is it so important for employees and what does it do?
Job evaluation and salary determination are complicated problems and getting them right is critical for good pay decisions. Artificial Intelligence (AI) has the ability to access and analyze massive employee data and make intelligent recommendations based on statistical probabilities that can potentially transform the compensation and benefits practices.
People are the lifeforce of every company, as its success lies in the people it hires. Most of the fortune 500 organizations are there at top because on the way they found a talented bunch of people
Talent Acquisition has never been so competitive and so the process of on-boarding the best talent is a daunting task for most seasoned talent acquisition professionals and leaders alike.
Consider this fact: There are 600 Million youngsters under the age of 21 (who account for 48% of our population). By any statistical measure of any skill, there would be enough of them to accommodate every level of performance bucket.
The world of human resources is changing, with an increased sense of purpose and focus on activities that add value to the business as a whole. No longer thought of as merely an administrative or reactive field, HR can lead the way in terms of positive business change.