This white paper provides insightful insights to help you gain a hiring advantage, including how to identify bad hires before they enter the organization and use actionable data to make smarter hiring decisions.
According to a recent survey, although 83 percent of HR leaders agree that all people decisions should be based on data and analytics, just 37 percent use data to solve people management problems.
In the past year, 85% of employers discovered misrepresentations on applicants’ resumes, according to a 2017 Employment Screening Benchmark Report by HireRight.
This article sets out an agenda for renewed action. The authors believe the time is right to accelerate the reinvention of HR as a hard-edged function capable of understanding the drivers of strategy and deploying talent in support of it—most importantly as a result of the availability of new technological tools that unleash the power of data analytics.
CIOs often lament the IT talent shortage, and unless you’re able to lure young techies with stock options, perks and too-good-to-pass-up pay, you may find yourself leading a department stuck in its legacy ways.