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Top 5 skills that will be in high demand through 2020

leadershipHuman resource professionals are charged with ensuring their company’s talent meets the needs of the organization. The landscape of recruitment is changing, though. Automated processes, machine learning and digital technologies are causing a shift in the type of qualities employers are looking for in professionals today. As technology continues to advance and computers become more capable of performing job tasks and functions needed in the workplace, it is going to continue to change the expectations and responsibilities of human workers. Read more

Hiring mistakes will happen. Correct them early.

By Paul Sandusky, Vice President of Talent Acquisition, Ceridian

Whether you’re in Talent Acquisition or a business unit leader, if you work for a growing company you’re going to hire a lot of people. If you have a good recruiting process most of the hires will be strong. But you will make some mistakes. It is simply inevitable. Don’t beat yourself up over it. Do two things: one, learn from your mistakes so you don’t make them again, and two, correct your mistakes early. Today I’d like to talk about the latter because my experience is that this is the tougher of the two. Read more

#CeridianINSIGHTS Offers Executive Tips for Thriving in the Changing World of HR

The intricacies of HR – from compliance to employee engagement to workforce management – do not make it easy to be an HR leader. To help ease this burden, Ceridian hosted an Executive Experience session at #CeridianINSIGHTS, offering attendees expert advice on how to survive and thrive in the ever-changing world of HR. Read more

Quality of Hire Means Something, Here’s Why

offboardingBy Maren Hogan, Founder and CEO of Red Branch Media

Quality of Hire didn’t use to be a recruiting measurement. Far from it! Even just ten years ago, the goal for recruiters and even their emerging brethren was to make sure that people met the job requirements. Terms like “cultural fit” were on the fringe and those who wanted recruiters to answer for retention, may potentially get an earful. Back then, we all decided collectively, that recruiting was responsible for bringing the people to the party but it was up to hiring managers, HR professionals and line managers to keep people dancing. Read more

4 things Talent Acquisition departments can do to help retain talent long-term

By Paul Sandusky, Vice President of Talent Acquisition, Ceridian

I have been in Talent Acquisition for nearly two years now but have spent most of my twenty year career in enterprise software in operations running implementation, support, and development teams.  So I know a thing or two about the importance of employee retention and now more than ever I understand Talent Acquisition’s role in helping companies keep their people long term.   Read more

4 ways for companies to create a culture of internal mobility

recruitingRecently in the HCM community, there’s been a great deal of discussion about the value of internal mobility. What if, instead of instinctively looking outside their own companies to fill important positions, recruiters instead looked to promote from within more often?

In theory, this could have a couple of positive effects. For one, it would help motivate employees at all levels to work harder – if they knew they had a shot at a big promotion, they’d have a real incentive. Secondly, it would be logistically and financially easier for companies. It’s always difficult – and expensive – to hire a new employee rather than keep an existing one. Read more

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