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Data to Combat “Aint Got No Respect” in HR

5 Ways to Measure ROI in Human Resources A department of eight HR employees charted out the steps they took in their hiring process. They found that they took 248 steps to hire an employee. Analyzing the steps, they determined … Continue reading

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5 Ways to Measure ROI in Human Resources

A department of eight HR employees charted out the steps they took in their hiring process. They found that they took 248 steps to hire an employee. Analyzing the steps, they determined that many of them could be discarded or … Continue reading

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How Good People Skills Boost Business Performance

Here are some great stats on how engaged employees fuel an organization’s business performance: Companies with strong talent practices outperformed their peer group, earning 22% higher shareholder returns. (McKinsey) Good people practices can increase a company’s value by as much as … Continue reading

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Business Cost of Employee Turnover

Ever wonder what your employees are doing behind their computers? Are they working or playing games? Tweeting or sharing photos with friends on Facebook?  What’s that costing your organization in lost productivity? Nearly 66% of employees are dis-engaged. 55% want out. … Continue reading

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The ROI of Training Managers to Become Leaders

We’re often asked how to train managers to become leaders. Usually what is behind this request is the need to get managers to make good decisions and inspire their team. However, the sad truth is that often star employees who … Continue reading

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The Business Case for Career Development Training

What’s the top challenge managers face? How do they become peak performers ready to step into a leadership role? Think the answer is a) Exceeding a production deadline?  B) Boosting productivity? C) Hiring and engaging peak performers?  While all of … Continue reading

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The High Cost of a Disengaged Employees

Many companies think of ‘employee engagement’ as the icing on the cake, something nice to have but not necessary. They’re more concerned with teaching functional or hard skills. You know, ‘how do I get that employee trained on fulfilling an … Continue reading

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Good Stats for Defending Training & Development Investment

If telling your CEO that it’s important to have happy employees is too touchy-feely for him or her, here are some great stats you can use to defend investing in learning and development trainings. Ron Thomas, a principal at StrategyFocusedHR, recently provided some great … Continue reading

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