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Six Practical Considerations before Building Competency Models – Part 2

This post has been contributed by Edward J. Cripe, President of Workitect, Inc. If you’d like to be a contributor, please contact us.   This is part two of a two-part series on building competency models by Edward J. Cripe. The first post can be found here.  Continuing in the six steps for building competency models: 4.  Choose “one-size-fits-all”

Back to Basics: 5 Non-Trendy Things Employees Really Want

This post has been contributed by Katherine Sliter, Talent Measurement Consultant at PAN. If you’d like to be a contributor, please contact us. It seems that in the HR profession, we are in a continual state of jumping on and off bandwagons, all of which are supposed to help us do one thing: retain top talent. As usual,

Future of Work: 2015-2020 and Beyond

Below are some interesting results from the ongoing Search for a Simpler Way Study to focus on the Future of Work, sponsored by the Jensen Group.  Over one million people worldwide have already been interviewed to accurately assess not only the disruptive changes that will impact work, but also what it will take to adjust to