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4 Takeaways from the 2022 US Potentialpark Talent Communication Study

Rally Recruitment Marketing

The 2022 US Potentialpark Talent Communication Study has answers! . Rally note: The 2022 US Potentialpark Talent Communication Study gathered over 43,000 global responses from students, graduates and early career professionals, with 3,440 responses in the US. What does the next generation of workers want from employers?

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Helpful DE&I Studies for Recruitment Marketers

Recruitics

Go through surveys and studies that show what other companies are doing? Here are some recent research studies covering diversity in the workplace with learnings that you can bring to leadership, and hopefully implement into your DE&I strategies: Want to get to the data?

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A Deeper Look into Differentiation: A Case Study

ApplicantPro

In this week's video I did a what I'll call a rogue case study of Maverik, Utah's fastest growing gas station chain, to see what they're doing differently to succeed, and where their plan could be falling short. READ MORE

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Dell Technologies Case Study

Stories Incorporated

In our Dell Technologies case study, we share Stories Inc.’s Get the full case study. See the content we created for Dell Technologies and learn about the detailed, global program in the Dell Technologies case study ebook. The post Dell Technologies Case Study appeared first on Stories Incorporated.

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Killing the Annual Performance Review, and What To Do After the Funeral

Speaker: Jo Weech, CEO & Primary Consultant, Exemplary Consultants

In this webinar, we are going to review all of the reasons for completely eliminating this archaic practice, what to do in its stead, and look at some case studies of the successful leveraging of new practices that are embraced by both line managers and team members alike.

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Recruiting Feedback Case Study: The Recruiting Revenue Connection

Survale

In our latest recruiting feedback case study , Craft Brew Alliance (CBA) demonstrates that asking the right questions at the right time can dramatically affect overall recruiting effectiveness AND uncover powerful connections between recruiting and revenue generation. Download the Case Study for More.

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Recruiting Case Study: UiPath Uses Survale to Ensure Consistent, Predictable, and Repeatable Candidate Experience

Survale

In this new recruiting case study UiPath, a leading enterprise automation software vendor, details how they placed candidate experience at the center of their hiring process. For access to additional Survale case studies, click here. Download Case Study.

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Happy Work, Happy Life - Linking Talent Management to Business Outcomes

Speaker: Nabeel Ahmad, Director, KPMG Business School

Recent studies show that our happiness at work and belief that we’re affecting the business in a positive way is good not only for you, but for the organization as well. Think about the last time you were happy doing something at work. Did it feel like work? Did you feel satisfied? Did you feel that your work had meaning and impact?

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HR Efficiencies with Data-Driven Prioritization (Case Study)

As one of Australia’s largest and most iconic retailers, Coles Group employs 115,000+ team members in its network of 2,400+ locations across the country. With hiring at such a high volume, Coles needed a fast and efficient way to properly screen and prioritize the right candidates, while still complying with government standards of hiring.

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A Guide to Virtual Recruiting Events Post-Pandemic

Speaker: Ben Eubanks, Chief Research Officer, Lighthouse Research and Advisory

New studies and data insights are confirming the permanence of virtual hiring and recruiting practices post-pandemic, and the employers who are on top of it now will stay on top. Join Ben Eubanks, HR Analyst of Lighthouse Research and Advisory, as he reveals fresh studies on virtual recruiting and shares his insight on the data.

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Communicating Pay to Employees

Speaker: Rusty Lindquist, VP Strategic HR Insights at Bamboo HR

A study conducted by PayScale revealed that employees’ perceptions of how they are paid are a better predictor of their intent to stay than their actual fair pay to the market. These implications create a huge opportunity for employers to get it right when it comes to communicating pay effectively.

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Make Your Onboarding Inclusive & Engaging

Speaker: Daria Friedman, Principal Analyst, Talent Acquisition and Engagement practices at Brandon Hall Group

In 70% of organizations, most new hires – and especially remote workers – are not highly engaged, Brandon Hall Group’s 2018 Engagement Study reveals. The webinar will also include case studies featuring onboarding success stories through technology and innovative programs.

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Scaling the Digitally-Ready Workforce

The digital future will require a new set of skills, behaviors, and ways of working, but most organizations have not defined the critical competencies needed to compete in an age of disruption and do not have a process in place to assess digital readiness in their own people, a new Aon study finds.

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Your Guide to Using Conversational Marketing to Drive Demand Generation

Studies show the return on investment (ROI) of conversational marketing helps your marketing team drive revenue. Whether it’s a business deal or a personal connection, they are a driving force to solidify a foundation of trust. According to Bold 360, “81 percent of B2B buyers have left a page because they didn’t want to fill out a form.”.

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Be a Brainiac: How Neuroscience Informs Building Trusted Relationships

Speaker: Nabeel Ahmad, Director, KPMG Business School

Recent studies of human brain imaging strongly suggest that our brains are wired to be social. Do we really just use 10% of our brains? Regardless of the answer (it doesn’t matter), we do know how to leverage neuroscience findings to build trusted relationships in the workplace.