There’s a lot of talk about the value of hiring top talent, but what about creating top talent? If you’re having trouble finding the skillset you need, there are lots of areas where HR can help put programs in place to guide employees’ on-the-job development.
Are incentives the driving force of your employee wellness programs? If your answer is yes, you’re not alone—but that’s not necessarily good news.
It was the sort of opportunity that most job hunters only hope for, and Jasmine R. wasn’t about to pass up the opportunity for a more prestigious position and a bigger paycheck—never mind the fact that it wasn’t the job she had originally applied for.
HR is about working with people and making the most of this most valuable resource, which is one factor that makes an HR hackathon such an interesting proposition.
Recent research from WorldatWork, in combination with Deloitte Consulting and Vivient Consulting, shows that publicly-traded firms, privately-held companies and nonprofit/government organizations all are using and relying on incentive-based pay practices to compete for top talent, as well as to motivate and reward their employees.