Tag: HR Webinar

Hiring to Retain: Best Practices When Hiring Millennial Employees

March 18, 2016 Webinar: Hiring Millennials to Retain Wednesday, March 31, 2016, 2:00 PM - 3:00 PM EDT Gone are the days when interns were hired to fill the coffee pot, make copies, and run errands. Companies that build strong and effective internship programs are now hiring interns who are creating valuable impact in all areas of the business. The problem? Most companies don’t know how to take the intern and convert them into a full-time hire who will stay. The disconnect between internship and full-time employment is hard and companies are now looking for ways to increase their conversion rate. In this webinar, learn how to take a stellar intern or employee and retain them for years to come. Takeaways include: -- The Benefits of Creating a Program Designed to Retain interns after their internship is over, thus increasing the overall conversion…

Learning to Recognize HR Shared Services Waste

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March 9, 2016 Why is money left on the table for HR Shared Service Initiatives? "The classic excuse is ineffective or inadequate change management, and that’s certainly on the list." - Jim Scully Jim Scully, Founder and President of the HR Shared Services Institute, has been entrenched in HR shared services for more than 20 years, both as a corporate executive with Georgia-Pacific Corporation and consultant. He places causes for waste in three categories: 1. Waste-for-Less models focus on performing current activities cheaper, usually through a combination of labor consolidation and geographical relocation of activities (offshoring, nearshoring, “ruralshoring,” etc.). Little attention is paid to identifying process waste, much less eliminating it. As a result, waste activities continue to be performed albeit by less expensive resources. 2. Less-Waste models are a step in the right direction. To varying levels of success, these models have…