Month: June 2019

Good to Great: Use Development to Ramp Up Your Employee Experience

Much like the customer journey your sales and marketing teams have mapped out for attracting and closing leads, getting your employee journey is essential to your success (if not existence). And not only because companies with great customer experiences are one-and-a-half times more likely to have engaged employees. They drive more value, too… Glassdoor’s “Best …

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Perks Are Not Employee Development—Here’s What Is

Employers are struggling to attract, retain, and engage their employees. Take a look at a few numbers: • 70% of employees are somewhat likely to leave their current jobs for a company that invests in employee learning and development.• 1 in 3 employees have left a job because they wanted more career development opportunities.• Nearly 70% of …

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#Twinning With Personal and Professional Development

Blame it on the lack of transferable skills that leaves companies scrambling to fill thousands of open positions. Blame it on millennials and their “me” focus. Blame it on technology’s disruption of all things work-related. No matter how you think we got here, the modern workplace is one where personal development and professional development look …

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The Talent Experience Market is Real: And HR Tech Vendors Are Scrambling

(This is an excerpt from Josh Bersin’s blog, “The Talent Experience Market is Real: And HR Tech Vendors are Scrambling.” As I talked about in the article From Talent Management To Talent Experience, the market for corporate talent management software has changed. Companies are no longer happy with end-to-end talent management systems designed for HR …

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How to Get Today’s Employees to Stay and Engage? Develop Their Careers

New national survey results from Instructure—conducted by The Harris Poll—show a significant disconnect between how companies think they’re doing when it comes to developing their workforce and the reality of employee needs. In fact, 70% of employees surveyed said they’re at least somewhat likely to leave their current company for a company known for investing …

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