Library: Monthly Commentary on Business and HR Issues
Posted: 2014-01-12 By David Wexler
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- A Darwinian Approach To HR Leadership
- HR is key in Mergers and Acquisitions
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- Making Sure the Employee Fits The Job
- Should We Pay for Whistle-Blowing
- Some Thoughts RE: Spring Cleaning
- Are We Doing Our Jobs As HR Leaders?
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One of the most critically important functions of HR is to source, attract, and bring on board, oftentimes, scarce, hard to find, and highly sought after talent.
Almost all organizations use similar methods, tools, and roles in fulfilling this mandate, and most have very similar results in terms of traditional hiring metrics used to track success.
Like most CHRO’s, I consider myself fairly well versed in sourcing, recruiting, and hiring and can quote statistics such as percentage of hires by various sourcing means; cost to hire; average time to hire; and hiring effectiveness as measured by candidate to offer to acceptance rates, and once hired, time with and growth within the organization.
I am finding though that the confluence of the web, social media, cl.....
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