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The candidate as customer

The new dynamics of talent acquisition

Posted by Arthur Mazor and Bill Cleary on November 15, 2016.

The competition for talent is intensifying. Continuing economic growth is giving skilled employees more leverage in the job market, raising the bar for companies looking for a talent edge over rivals. 1,001 more words

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Design thinking in action

Crafting the HR customer experience: An ongoing series

Posted by Michael Gretczko, Marc Solow, and Maribeth Sivak on September 20, 2016.

What if you could deliver an HR customer experience that is analogous to what big online retailers are doing to create a customized shopping experience, one in which HR customers are able to clearly see their options, access information, and take action more easily? 1,208 more words

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On trend: Organizing around teams

Posted by Walt Sokoll on August 30, 2016.

A startling 92 percent of companies responding to Deloitte’s 2016 Global Human Capital Trends research rated redesigning the organization as very important or important, making it the No. 632 more words

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Culture vs. Engagement

Avoiding the runaway strategy bus (or getting it under control before it crashes)

Posted by Alyson Daichendt on August 23, 2016.

We’re having a #TBT moment, thinking about the classic ’90s movie, … 951 more words

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It takes two to tango

Or, how much can organizations influence employee engagement?

Posted by Robin Erickson, Ph.D. on August 18, 2016.

I’ve been studying employee retention and engagement for almost 15 years. 897 more words

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Design thinking in HR: The arc of an experience

Posted by Ruth Schmidt on August 12, 2016.

User experience (UX) design, user-centered design, design thinking—they’re all ways of reimagining and improving something—a process, a product, a service, an event—by considering it from the perspective of the people experiencing it. 647 more words

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HR has a new gig

Posted by Lisa Disselkamp and Michael Gretczko on May 26, 2016

The gig economy isn’t just a new way of working for millions of workers, it’s putting HR into a new gig of its own: providing the business with actionable insights around networks of people who work without any formal employment agreement. 936 more words

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