Latest Talent Management Articles
Organizational Support for Employees Is Down. Here's What You Can Do About It
Employees feel less supported by their organizations than they did two years ago. A few factors explain why and how you can turn that around.
Keep Employee Experience Top of Mind During a Hiring Freeze
Big tech layoffs may be topping headlines, but hiring freezes are happening well beyond the industry. How can companies make it through with minimal damage?
When AI Discriminates, Who’s to Blame?
Companies increasingly rely on third parties to automate one or more parts of their hiring practice. Who’s accountable when that process discriminates?
Microsoft Patents AI-Generated Talent Screening for Hiring
Microsoft's year of AI continues with its latest patent filings bringing AI to talent-screening questions and a self-learning digital assistant.
OKRs vs. KPIs: Similar, But Not the Same
When it comes to tracking and measuring progress towards organizational goals, it's OKRs and KPIs, not OKRs or KPIs.
Why More Companies Are Using Contract Workers to Fill in the Gaps
The gig economy has grown immensely in the past few years, and it's expected to continue on that same trajectory. What's fueling the growth?
Best Practices for Every Stage of Employee Experience: Stage 7, Depart
Every relationship has a start point and an end point. For a positive employee experience, companies must make the journey in between as rewarding as possible.
There's More Than One Way to Reduce Headcount
Employers can use a number of tactics to make employees want to leave voluntarily. But considering the consequences, why would you?
Learning & Development
All Certifications Are Not Created Equal
With increasing certifications across industries, learning to recognize which provide top value is key to successful recruitment efforts.
Stack Ranking Makes a Comeback
Jack Welch first popularized stack ranking at GE in the '80s. It's now seeing a resurgence, for better and for worse.