Many elements come into play when attracting the right talent. Is your careers page up-to-date? Does your website accurately represent your company culture and communicate it clearly to recruited applicants? In terms of internal processes, do you have an ongoing talent acquisition strategy? How efficient are your application screening and onboarding processes? Where and how are you looking for top candidates and are you enabling them to find you? Discover best practices and learn from industry thought leaders by joining the recruiting community.
Building an HR Strategy is all about creating processes to attract, motivate, and retain top talent. In an effort to become more strategic HR has shown a heavy emphasis on the employee life cycle. These models can vary but the most common stages focus on recruiting, onboarding, and evaluating employee performance. An effective HR Strategy will help attract the best candidates and create the best work environment for your organization.
Many HR professionals lie awake at night pondering the question ‘if everyone had to work from home today, could we support the business and continue to function as normal?’. As flexible working hours become ‘the norm’, it is up to the HR team to coordinate workers who work remotely.
Without the right tools and systems in place, however, employees will struggle to coordinate work or access the resources they need. Join this summit to discover how HR can help staff work efficiently from home.
Whether your company is setting up a compensation and rewards plan for the first time or you are restructuring the way your established business handles performance and pay appraisals, it is increasingly important to weigh your tactics against the changing competitive and regulatory landscape.
Join this summit to learn how to make actionable decisions regarding design, development and administration of compensation and reward strategies and how to effectively communicate the value of your program with employees of various levels. Employee priorities have changed – learn how these strategies are evolving to suit employee needs.
In order to improve productivity and performance, organizations must rely on a series of factors. Systems must be put in place and have structure and process that enables employees to grow and adapt. Measuring what truly matters is very important when it comes to assessing the value of any investment towards improving productivity.
Performance management is more than just the typical annual review, it’s the process of ongoing communication between a supervisor and an employee that takes place all throughout the year. Traditionally performance management was developed from an operational perspective but many companies are now placing a greater emphasis on employee engagement. Join this summit to learn from industry leaders on how to set objectives, assess employee progression, and help employees attain career goals.