Monthly Archives: February 2018

Workforce planning and analysis: 5 best practices

Workforce planning and analysis can help you to streamline hiring and recruitment, reduce employee turnover, and reduce or eliminate skills and talent gaps. Using workforce analysis to plan HR activities is good business, but it is important to do it right. Unfortunately, most companies are bad at workforce planning. With no real idea of how

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The Missing X-Factor In Talent Selection and Management: Emotional Intelligence

Please join us on March 9 for a public seminar on The Missing X-Factor in Talent Selection and Management: Emotional Intelligence. This half-day course is designed for learning and organizational development professionals, human resource consultants, practitioners and managers who are interested to learn more about the GENOS EI Selection and Talent Management Solution. “HR is not

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5 Ways to Improve Decision-Making Skills

This is a guest post from Gemma Reeves. Gemma is a seasoned writer who enjoys creating helpful articles and interesting stories. She has worked with several clients across different industries such as advertising, online marketing, technology, healthcare, family matters, and more. She is also an aspiring entrepreneur who is engaged in assisting other aspiring entrepreneurs in

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Love, Life, and Work: Well-Being as a Survival Skill [Webinar]

Join us on Valentine’s Day at 1 p.m. for a free webinar on well-being and how to love yourself! In this 1-hour webinar, we’ll go over self-awareness, acceptance, how the brain works, and why you feel what you feel. With the fast and furious advancement of the digital age, we navigate through our daily life mindlessly.

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How often should you analyze your workforce?

Workforce planning and analysis is crucial to staying on top of changing job roles and requirements as your industry, technology, and work environment shifts. Once you’ve determined current needs and gaps, you have to closely integrate each phase of workforce analysis with strategic planning to ensure that future workforce capabilities continue to meet the companies

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How to practice emotional intelligence in the workplace

Emotional Intelligence is more and more often seen as a crucial aspect of good leadership and working together, but it can be difficult to recognize and integrate into the workplace. Even more difficult is the concept of communicating to leaders and supervisors that you expect them to show emotional intelligence, because it’s difficult to determine

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