Plan for your entire workforce, not just HR One trap that’s easy to fall into is looking just at what your HR team needs; but if you want a platform that can scale with you, really help drive engagement, and help free up time in your HR team, ...
December 8, 2017Lumesse Africa
Are you reading this blog bored at work? Perhaps you don’t feel like your company truly engages you at work. Or, (here’s the big one) can you truly say you love your job? There’s a reason we ask. 16% of the US workforce are actively disengaged – they’re miserable in the ...
December 6, 2017Lumesse Africa
The new year brings new goals, new challenges and new trends in the still-evolving field of talent management. We describe below 5 Talent Management Trends based on insights from HR leaders globally, our NTMN research, experiences at our clients and discussions at the Talent Management Institute. In no particular order, ...
November 22, 2017Lumesse Africa
#3. The Talent-Focused CHRO The capability to improve talent depth and quality is among the top 3 factors CEOs are requesting in new CHROs (and the reasons select CHROs are being replaced). The trend to reorganize HR to have leaner COEs, high level HRBPs and service center-based ...
November 17, 2017Lumesse Africa
Organizations are increasingly relying on advanced analytics to make better, more strategic business decisions. Unfortunately, many talent management professionals are not applying advanced analytics to their organization’s biggest asset—its people. But that is changing quickly, according to a new whitepaper from UNC Kenan-Flagler Business School, Driving Talent Development with ...
November 14, 2017Lumesse Africa
41. Have Occasional Photo or Video Contests The days when you needed a thousand-dollar camera setup to produce even halfway decent photos are long gone. With today's technology, anyone with a smartphone and a good eye can capture something worthwhile. One way that you ...
November 10, 2017Lumesse Africa
31. Hire from the Inside First For employees that are concerned with upward movement within an organization, there's nothing more discouraging than working for a company that tends to hire from the outside only. Outside hires are more common than most people would like to admit, ...
November 9, 2017Lumesse Africa
21. Celebrate Your Staff: Birthdays, Accomplishments, etc. Most managers know they should put effort into recognizing their employees for the work they do, but that's not to say that staff members shouldn't be recognized simply for being a part of the team. When ...
November 8, 2017Lumesse Africa
11. Create a Unique Office Environment Showing up to an office every day can be a trying experience after a while, especially if the environment isn't altogether comforting. No one wants to sit in a dimly lit cubicle between the hours of nine and five ... yet this is, unfortunately, the way ...
November 7, 2017Lumesse Africa
As important as it is to work towards improving your organization's levels of employee engagement, there's no getting around the fact that it can be rather difficult. But it doesn't have to be that way. CEOs, managers, and "higher-ups" need all the help they can get in order to ensure that their ...
November 6, 2017Lumesse Africa