How to Connect to the Pulse of the Workforce

DR. SHERI FEINZIG | May 2, 2016

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To build an engaged workforce, it is more important than ever to understand and act on employee ideas, needs and concerns. But it’s no longer enough to just encourage employees to speak up about topics that matter to them. Organizations today need to more actively solicit, analyze and engage in ongoing conversations with past, present and even future employees. In this white paper, explore how you can use talent management and social collaboration tools to build a passionate and engaged workforce.

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