Across industries, businesses have a universal set of highly-valued, meticulously-documented priorities: their money, their resources, their materials. These are all measured, tracked, managed, and understood as absolutely vital, business-critical facets of any operation—as they should be.
As you know, employee-referral programs (ERPs) tend to be one of the most effective recruiting strategies available to organizations—chiefly because they expand the applicant pool, identify candidates with precisely the right skills and values, and potentially reduce recruiting costs.
Imagine software that runs on your phone, delivers on-the-job skills training via video, and integrates with a learning management system that shows a manager how well you have mastered new skills. This is just one example of the innovations emerging to help employees improve their productivity at work, according to new observations from Josh Bersin, […]