The New Talent Relationship: Putting Employees at the Center to Drive Organizational Outcomes
As employees continue to demonstrate low levels of engagement, organizations are increasingly asking themselves what they need to do differently to improve the talent experience. Bersin research shows that organizations with superior business, talent, and financial outcomes are not just making incremental changes to the talent experience, but are instead fundamentally rethinking it, focusing on creating a “systemic relationship with talent.” The end goal of this new approach is to create a talent experience for employees that makes them feel heard, valued, and supported throughout their employee lifecycle.
Workplace Goals (Part 2)
We’ve all been there: the annual all-hands meeting. Listening to leadership announce company goals. “Add 250 new customers!” or “Achieve 10% of business internationally!” According to Harvard Business Review, 80% of employees are committed towards wanting to achieve company goals. But despite any efforts to communicate company-wide initiatives, 95% of employees are still not aware of them (and two-thirds of managers).