Careering Out of Control? Why Better Talent Mobility Could Be the Money-Saving Answer

Written by Hannah Hemmingham | April 25, 2018 | Internal Mobility, Smarter Workforce

Losing talent can be costly. Organizations that successfully retain talent not only save money, but also protect their intellectual capital. So why are people leaving, and what can be done about it? Why people leave The first thing to note is that while compensation is important, it’s not all about money. Findings from the IBM WorkTrends more

Why Your Bottom Line Can Benefit from a Better Candidate Experience

Written by Haiyan Zhang | March 29, 2018 | Candidate Experience, Smarter Workforce

Today’s fast-paced global economy requires an equally nimble ability to compete for – and win – top talent. However, this need for speed, often coupled with high volumes of applicants and open job reqs, means that it’s easy for the candidate experience to fall by the wayside. According to the 2017 North American Talent Board Candidate more

Top HR Takeaways from Think 2018

Written by Ashley Patterson | March 23, 2018 | Events, Smarter Workforce

Insights into the future of work at the heavy-hitting HR Exchange, intimate Think Tank sessions that challenged and provoked, hands-on access to new HR tech solutions, and fantastic live entertainment all made Think 2018 one for the books. More than 30,000 attendees, including some of the world’s top HR visionaries, gathered in Las Vegas this week more

Five Ways to Improve Employee Onboarding and Reduce New Hire Regrets

Written by Haiyan Zhang | February 20, 2018 | Smarter Workforce, Talent Acquisition

When employees have regrets about accepting their current job, they are three times as likely to say they want to leave. However, positive employee onboarding experiences could reduce those regrets, according to a global survey conducted by the IBM Smarter Workforce Institute. In fact, if they had a good onboarding experience, almost twice as many employees more