Human Resources professionals know today’s market is in a constant state of flux. Unemployment is at record low numbers. Candidates have multiple options to consider and compensation and benefits expectations that exceed program limits. Even current employees see greener grass and may be tempted to leave instead of growing with their current company. Where employers had negotiation power in the past, now the power has shifted to employees and candidates. So, what’s an HR pro to do to strategically combat this onslaught of challenges?
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Attracting and retaining talent is one of the most significant ongoing challenges for HR professionals in today’s job market. With a skilled labor shortage and historically low unemployment, it’s more crucial than ever to focus on retention. So how do you set up your retention program for success?
Compensation is so much more than a single number. Who is telling YOUR compensation story?
Finding the right fit for an open position can be extremely challenging. It takes time that organizations often don’t have, and sometimes the right candidates are not looking for a new opportunity.
Join us on Tuesday January 21st at 12:00 CST for a Live Webinar with Silver Rose (How to Keep Your Top Talent From Walking Out the Door). This webinar is valid for 1 PDC toward SHRM-CP and SHRM-SCP recertification and has been pre-approved by HRCI for 1 HR (General) recertification credit hour.
With an ongoing shortage of skilled talent in today’s workplace, many employers are finding it challenging to find the right candidates to fill their open positions. In the following case study, you’ll learn how one company found a unique approach to hiring through the help of an organization with the expertise necessary to approach the situation with fresh thinking.
Many human resources professionals and managers cringe at the thought of having performance discussions with an employee. These conversations are not easy, but there are benefits to having them. The best practices in this Whitepaper can help turn discussions about an employee’s performance into growth opportunities that maximize workplace productivity.
A key component to attracting, retaining, and motivating talent is an effective compensation program that aligns with your business strategy. However, as a business leader with competing priorities, how do you know if your compensation program is effective? Here are six important questions to consider as you evaluate your compensation program.