Understand the difference between talent acquisition and recruitment in human resources with this blog from Employee Cycle. Read more about talent acquisition and recruitment.
Your HR data should be delivering you awareness on your company workforce and policies to bring in top-performing talent. Read how talent analytics for HR can help save time and money, and improve accuracy towards a smarter, people-centered approach to your workforce strategy.
As the increasingly competitive labor market continues, workers are discovering they have choices and are more selective about which employer they wish to work for. Explore the three types of talent acquisition professionals HR leaders depend on today.
We are excited to have another HR leader, Rick Thacker, on the podcast. Today, we’re talking about how you can attract talent in a competitive labor market.
HR analytics only work if you’re measuring the right information. Let Employee Cycle introduce 5 key areas where you should be tracking HR metrics to increase overall performance.
Recruitment software is an important tool for HR teams. There are more options than just applicant tracking systems (ATS) for the recruitment stage. Find out how HR metrics can be leveraged to measure recruitment success and discover opportunities.
Mentoring tends to be the default solution for people’s development. It can be impactful when done right but disastrous if not taken seriously. Discover how HR Metrics can be used in the mentoring process.
Did you know there’s a difference between building a talent pool and building a talent pipeline? The terms tend to
The selection rate is an HR metric that can provide clarity on various stages throughout the recruitment process and on the skills of your TA team.
HR needs to be more than just operational. There’s a lot of value to be added by shifting towards a more strategic business approach to HR initiatives. HR Metrics play a key role in that process.
Determining whether your organization is prepared for a change can be a challenge. Readiness is an HR metric that can give a starting point for organizations who ready to embark in a new direction.
There are many reasons why candidates turn down job offers, especially in today’s labor market. The acceptance rate is a good HR metric to review to identify issues and offer clues for improvement.
Learning and development (L&D) is another aspect of HR being impacted by ever-advancing technology such as gamification but it must be properly integrated into company culture to have an impact.