Assess Motivation to Yield Better Hires
If behavior-based interviewing is such an effective method of identifying qualified candidates for a job, why does so much research show that employers are regularly dissatisfied with their new hires?
Workforce Data Must Produce Actionable Results
Having lots of data is good. Having data that can be turned into meaningful information is better. But having information that can be translated into action is golden.
HR Unhappy with Talent Data Systems
Fewer than one in five HR professionals are satisfied with their information systems’ ability to manage talent data, according to a new survey of HR professionals in emerging and established economies. That problem might be contributing to an erosion of HR’s role as a strategic player.
Job-Skills Boot Camp: An Award-Winning Idea
The Mississippi SHRM State Council received accolades for its job-skills boot camp for sixth graders, now held in 67 of Mississippi’s 82 counties and at several private schools.
Rock: 'Start Thinking About Your Thinking' to Improve Performance
Leadership and organizational effectiveness expert David Rock, Ph.D., explained how neuroscience is helping us understand and optimize the brain at work in an interview with SHRM India's managing editor, Jyoti Singh Visvanath.
Chapter’s Intern Institute Fosters HR Education
South Central Indiana Human Resource Association’s (SCIHRA) creation of a unique college HR internship won it a coveted SHRM 2012 Pinnacle Award.
Study Identifies Drivers of Innovation Success
Human Capital Investments Being Questioned
Fill Those Workplace Experience Gaps
Diagnose, Remedy Organizational Growing Pains
Using Predictive Analytics in Talent Management