The Engine that Drives Engagement: Recruiting for a High Performance Culture

Human Capital Institute (HCI)

According to recent HCI research, 67% of HR practitioners are concerned about low engagement. And rightly so—a recent Gallup poll suggests that disengaged workers cost US businesses up to $350 billion per year in lost productivity. Employee engagement has two sides—the internal characteristics that define a high performer and the environment required for that high performer to truly flourish. Simply stated, engaged talented people in an environment where they are empowered to succeed will propel an organization towards long term growth.
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Spotlight

Human Resource Management (HRM) is a field of study that was developed and is committed to supporting the management of human capital. Traditionally, HRM focused only on hiring, paying, and facilitating employee benefits, as well as administrating the organization’s people policies and procedures around codes of conduct and terms of employment. This type of HRM is often referred to as “transactional.” Senior leaders who view HRM in this context see it as a back office function with low strategic value. This mindset represents a lost opportunity when one considers that an organization’s people are its most important drivers for success. Strategic initiatives that encourage employee behaviours such as using discretionary effort .


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Strategic Recruitment Marketing Made Simple

My Ally

All recruiting and hiring professionals want a full funnel of perfect candidates that are jumping at the chance to work for you. The reality is that no matter how popular or hot your company is, strategic recruitment marketing is needed to fill gaps in the funnel. By streamlining your marketing efforts through simple mindset shifts and automation, you will be on your way to a more efficient talent acquisition process.
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How to Take a 24/7 Approach to Workplace Wellness

SHRM

Your employees' health requires 24/7 care. And while you're running a workplace wellness program with the best of intentions, that means your employees are under your guidance for about eight hours per day. How can you offer a program that empowers your employees around the clock? It's time to get your workforce healthy all day, all week and all year.
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Webinar: Hire More Heroes and Less Headaches

webinara

How many times have you hired someone to be an underperformer? Never, right? But it still happens. Why? Because we focus on the wrong things. While education, experience, and skills are important, we miss what are the true predictors of success – a natural propensity to do the job.
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Properly Handling Employee Complaints Of Discrimination

LORMAN

This live webinar is designed for human resource managers, payroll and benefits professionals, employee relations managers, business owners and managers, presidents, vice presidents and attorneys.
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Spotlight

Human Resource Management (HRM) is a field of study that was developed and is committed to supporting the management of human capital. Traditionally, HRM focused only on hiring, paying, and facilitating employee benefits, as well as administrating the organization’s people policies and procedures around codes of conduct and terms of employment. This type of HRM is often referred to as “transactional.” Senior leaders who view HRM in this context see it as a back office function with low strategic value. This mindset represents a lost opportunity when one considers that an organization’s people are its most important drivers for success. Strategic initiatives that encourage employee behaviours such as using discretionary effort .

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