Talent Communities

ArticleArticle

Leveraging a PMO to Implement a New Organization Design

May 10, 2017 | Reed Deshler

Many companies utilize a PMO today. However, the role of a PMO during and after an organization design is often a little muddy. In a recent engagement with a client, the senior leader constantly referenced needing a PMO to solve all of the ...

Read more
ArticleArticle

Three Signs That You Need a New Organization Design

May 19, 2017 | Reed Deshler

In today’s highly competitive global market, companies rise and fall faster than ever before. Motorola, Eastman Kodak, and Blockbuster are examples of well-recognized brands that were once market leaders in their respective industries. ...

Read more
White PaperWhite Paper

Employee Privacy Preferences in the World’s Major Economies

October 22, 2015 | Nigel Guenole, Sheri Feinzig and Jonathan Ferrar

Privacy is a growing concern among workers around the world as they recognize and begin to question how their personal information, shared through offline and online processes and technologies, is being used by organizations. In this paper we ...

Read more
BlogInvisible Mobility

Internal Mobility Doesn’t Count If It’s Invisible.

April 7, 2014 | Tarik Taman, General Manager, Infor HCM | HCI

The cost of staff churn is significant. We all know that. But could you put a figure on exactly how significant?
LinkedIn can. According to recent research, they believe that for a 10,000 employee US company, each 1% of turnover costs the firm $7.5m.
To find out more about turnover, LinkedIn quizzed over 7,500 recent departees across five countries to understand why they switched jobs. Among the findings reported in their natty Exit Survey infographic one statistic leaps out. Over four-fifths of the average US company’s turnover is voluntary, or, as LinkedIn calls it, ‘preventable’.

ArticleArticle

Median Pay in U.S. Is Stagnant, but Low-Paid Workers Lose

April 29, 2013 | FLOYD NORRIS | New York Times

THE median pay of American workers has stagnated in recent years, but that is not true for all workers. When adjusted for inflation, the wages of low-paid workers have declined. But the wages for better-paid workers have grown significantly more ...

Read more
Syndicate content