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Human Capital Management

Builds and manages workforce based on organizational goals, budget considerations, and staffing needs. Ensures that employees are appropriately recruited, selected, appraised, and rewarded; takes action to address performance problems. Manages a multi-sector workforce and a variety of work situations.

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Highlights

14th Annual Succession Management Conference

November 08 - 09, 2018 |(New York, NY)

Future-proofing Your Pipeline Strategies in a New World of Work

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25 Truths about Executive Coaching: Insights from The 2018 Executive Coaching Conference

April 2018

As coaching is increasingly being viewed as a perk, companies are expanding it to reach lower ranks of employees through internal coaching, team coaching, and manager-as-coach.

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A Marriage of Algorithms and Human Capital - Part II

June 05, 2018

Part II will focus on predictive analytics and the new technology developments that are helping it enhance business and strategic workforce decisions. HRCI, SHRM, and CPE credit available

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Retail Apocalypse Postponed Not Cancelled

(Labor Markets Blog, May 2018)

Labor market data very clearly suggest that jobs in warehousing, delivery, and e-commerce, are unlikely to fully replace those lost in brick and mortar retail.

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  • Retail Apocalypse Postponed Not Cancelled

    (Labor Markets Blog, May 2018)

    Labor market data very clearly suggest that jobs in warehousing, delivery, and e-commerce, are unlikely to fully replace those lost in brick and mortar retail.
  • What do online job ads tell us about Amazon’s choice for a second headquarters?

    (Labor Markets Blog, April 2018)

    Observing labor demand using online job ad postings for a specific company like Amazon is possible with Help Wanted OnLine® data. Most importantly, HWOL allows us to analyze monthly trends in labor demand both in real-time and historically down to the most granular occupational level for areas throughout the United States. Analyzing trends in online job ads with the granularity of Help Wanted OnLine® broadens our understanding of the overall U.S. labor market.
  • Long Expansions Do Not Alone Halt Fast Job Creation

    (Labor Markets Blog, April 2018)

    At the outset of 2017, many economists were concerned by the possibility that tighter labor markets would act to slow employment growth. Perhaps labor shortages will trigger the next recession as firms will cut back production in reaction to rising costs. Right now though the LEI is still signaling good economic times ahead. A long period of frustration with talent shortages and rising labor costs would likely be required for labor alone to be the next black swan.

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