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HR Needs to Leverage Technologies in the Retail and Hospitality Industries to Boost Efficiency and Lower Costs – New Research from

Thursday, December 6th, 2018   via   hrcom

In large Retail and Hospitality organizations today, Human Resources (HR) departments are dealing with high turnover and low retention challenges. These challenges not only drive down productivity and raise labor costs but cause a variety of other problems in the areas of compliance, scheduling, absenteeism, and alignment., in partnership with Ceridian, human capital management technology leader, investigated the obstacles for HR, specifically in Retail and Hospitality. This recently released research report, "Key Workfor…

Learning and Talent Development are Critical for Successful Digital Transformation According to New Research by and SumTotal

Tuesday, December 4th, 2018   via   hrcom

HR and L&D leaders are strongly positioned to address the inadequate skills development cited as a significant barrier to digital transformation

BOSTON and AURORA, Ontario - December 4, 2018 - and SumTotal Systems, a Skillsoft company, today announced the results of joint research that demonstrates learning and talent development are crucial for digital transformation. The majority of the 434 human resources (HR) professionals surveyed indicate that digital tr… Announces New Executive Hire, Brad Sutton, to Lead Strategic Global Sales

Thursday, November 29th, 2018   via   hrcom

Jacksons Point, ON - has named Brad Sutton as Vice President of Global Sales and Customer Success. As the largest social network in Human Resources (HR) with more than 1.2 million HR professionals, is a trusted resource for education, certification, career advancement, compliance, tools and information in the human capital industry.

With more than 20 years of experience in human capital, Brad is an accomplished sales and executive leader with a successful record of growing business, and building customer-centric teams. Prior to, Brad held leadership position…

Costly Problems Are Plaguing Today’s Recruitment Experts – New Research from

Monday, August 27th, 2018   via   hrcom

Most of today's organizations are having a hard time filling open job positions quickly and at a reasonable cost, according to a new report released by More than two-thirds (68%) of surveyed HR professionals said finding candidates with the right skills was among the most difficult hiring challenges, and, on average, they would not rehire 31% of their recent hires if given the chance to do it again. To address these costly challenges, HR professionals have high hopes for new technologies that will help disrupt the traditional talent acquisition (TA) function.

The newly …

The Dos and Don’ts of Background Checks

Thursday, August 23rd, 2018   via   aps-payroll
The Dos and Don'ts of Background Checks

Continuous Performance Management Has a Good Reputation But Not Widely Practiced – New Research from & Betterworks

Tuesday, August 7th, 2018   via   hrcom

An exclusive new report released by found that while nearly 90% of HR professionals agree that a Continuous Performance Management process is superior to an annual or bi-annual review process, only a fraction of organizations are practicing it.

The report, Moving Towards Continuous Performance Management, is based on an industry survey conducted by in partnership with the enterprise software company Betterworks. The survey gathered responses from 512 HR professionals.

"Performance management ha…

Employees Are Dissatisfied with Career Development in Most Organizations – New Research from

Thursday, August 2nd, 2018   via   hrcom

Only three out of ten HR professionals think employees in their organizations are satisfied with the career development opportunities available to them, according to a new report released by Moreover, only about a third of organizations offer career development opportunities to all employees to a high degree.

This newly released research report, Accelerating Career Development, is based on an industry survey by, in partnership with BambooHR, a leading provider of HR technology for small and medium-sized busines…

Teams Are the Way Work Gets Done, But They’re Still Being Managed as Individuals – New Research from

Thursday, July 26th, 2018   via   hrcom

Most of today's organizations rely on teams to get work done, and most employees work in teams, according to a new report released by However, relatively few organizations appraise performance at the team level.

The newly released research report, The State of Employee Teams in 2018, is based on an industry survey by, in partnership with TTI Success Insights, a leading source of assessment and coaching tools that enable organizations to effectively meet their talent management needs. The survey gathered respon…

Human Resource Experts Are Ambitious Learners Compared to Colleagues, Says New Study

Monday, May 7th, 2018   via   hrcom

Human Resources (HR) professionals tend to be highly educated, but only a fraction have the experience and training needed to be true experts, according to a new report released by The study highlights some key differences between true experts and other HR professionals.

The research report, "The State of HR Skills and Education 2018", is based on new industry research by, in partnership with BambooHR, a leading provider of HR technology for small and medium-sized businesses, and is now available for download.…

HR Needs to Skill Up If It Wants to Thrive in the Future – Only 27% of respondents said their HR functions were well prepared

Tuesday, May 1st, 2018   via   hrcom

Few Human Resources (HR) departments are well prepared for the future despite the fact that most HR professionals think HR will undergo a major transformation in coming years, according to a new report released by To better prepare, HR needs to improve key skills, become more strategic, and boost employee performance rates.

The research report, The Advancing HR Function, is based on new state of the industry research by and is now available for download. It is based on responses from 889 HR professionals parti…