Trends and Best Practices for Human Resource professionals
This BrightTALK Channel features useful content for human resources professionals. Presentations will cover employment and labor law, emerging media trends, training, onboarding, and employee engagement.
Brad Phillips, Director of Client Strategy, JD Palatine
High turnover, and clunky processes can lead to poor workplace culture and alienate top talent. Background screening plays a critical part in providing a safe workplace environment and helping ID risky hires BEFORE you invest in them. Additionally, companies that require an annual re-screening need to ensure employee friendly procedures to avoid employee fatigue typically inherent in post-hire risk management.
Don't exacerbate turnover issues or risk losing skilled talent by giving up too soon on under-performers. Instead, take a look at these root causes for a lackluster performance and turn this situation around.Your colleagues and business partners will become more engaged and elevate their performance when you take this approach.
In this webinar, you will learn about:
-The cost associated with Disengaged Employees
-The 3 levels of Employee (Dis)-Engagement
-How to identify disengaged employees
-Leadership techniques to energize your workforce and prevent employee disengagement
When recruiting people do you look for skills or potential? Talent is something that needs to be honed and continually developed and skills can always be learnt and improved. In an ever changing world organisations need people who can be flexible, continually learn and are able to take new ideas forward quickly. In short attracting people with a growth mindset and therefore learning potential will ensure your organisation is future fit. But even that’s not enough, you need to stand out against other companies as the place to work, a place where people will not only grow but be happy too.
“Great vision without great people is irrelevant.”- Jim Collins, Good to Great
Not that long ago, talent acquisition was referred to as the recruiting department – with no more responsibility than reviewing resumes, screening candidates, and organizing candidate interviews. The phrase “talent acquisition” is now mainstream and widely accepted by companies of all sizes.
Now you and your organization, your employee brand ambassadors, have a story to tell, one that draws people to your organization now, and in the future, so what’s YOUR STORY?
This presentation will identify how individual communication impacts the brand, how brands communicate and what it all means for recruiting and employer branding. This session will demonstrate how to utilize the best search engines and sourcing tools available today to find biographical information as well as lists of names of top talent on the web. We will explore a variety of search tools as well as essential techniques for leveraging social media sites to attract and locate the candidates that you need to fill your toughest requisitions.
There is a broad end-to-end focus needed; one which stretches from building a strategic employment brand, through sourcing and recruiting, all the way to onboarding top people.
Planning and Strategizing
Segmenting the Workforce
Creating, Validating and Maintaining an Employment Brand
Managing and Cultivating Candidate Relationships
This webinar will include research and strategies that are the most effective in retaining and attracting top talent into your organization. Hot topics will be covered such as counter offers, training, and rewards programs.
With the competition for talent increasing and skills gaps widening, the ability to attract qualified candidates, and retain them once hired, has become a game-changer. For companies to stake out a competitive edge in talent acquisition, a firm understanding of the latest market trends and solutions available is integral to a successful talent acquisition process – identifying, engaging, hiring and retaining the talent they need.
How you recruit and treat your candidates is the best way to start engagement on the right foot. The talk includes how the candidate experience has effects on engagement. It also will include tips for HR managers and Recruiters to work together on the best engagement practices.
Within this talk we will explore how technology has fundamentally shifted the jobseeker landscape for younger demographics (millennial x,y and z). We will also touch on how new online and mobile models, can help save time, cut recruitment costs, while still ensuring the attraction of the best talent.
Key questions addressed:
-How is the Millennial Job Seeker different to its predecessors?
-How do you use new channels to engage talent?
-Are there better ways to present, connect and engage?
-How to stop wasting time and money on irrelevant applications?
-Once connected, how do I ensure I utilise the information?
-Where does mobile fit in the my hiring process?
-How can I move from paper application to digital?