It's the end of the year, and while everything old is new again, I do see three hot trends that talent advisors ought to know about in 2015 (and beyond).
If you are not getting the right candidates, you may be thinking, "I need to pay more!" But does higher compensation always attract better candidates?
Primary care is typically handled by family and general practitioners, but an increasing amount of the workload is being covered by nurse practitioners. As of 2014, the number of nurse practitioner jobs in the U.S. has nearly caught up with the number of general practitioners. What does this mean for you?
By focusing on three key areas in 2015, you can continue to elevate HR and ensure the success of your strategic talent management program.
Evidently employers across the U.S. got the memo that ’tis the season to be jolly — more employers are getting into the holiday spirit this year by handing out holiday perks. According to CareerBuilder’s new survey, employers are planning more parties (63 percent, up from 59 percent last year) and offering more gifts (2 in 5, up from 1 in 3 last year) and bonuses (47 percent, up from 45 percent last year).
We all want to be on the cutting edge of HR, but great talent advisors should be clever enough to know when that value equation just doesn’t make sense. Here are 3 "trends" that are really myths you need to watch out for in 2015.
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