Tool for discovering content on HR

Anthony Haynes writes: Some years ago we featured a useful tool for discovering good content on human resource management. It was Humane, Resourced, an ebook edited by David D’Souza and made available free of charge on Kindle. The book provided tasters from dozens of blogs on HR. Since then, D’Souza has published a sequel: This… Read More

Employer branding: developing your career website

Anthony Haynes writes: One of the regular themes of this blog has been employer branding. On our resources page for employers, we provide links to several resources on the subject. Today, we add a new link, to a practical post on employers’ career sites: ‘Don’t lose them at your career site‘ by Lisa B. Radloff… Read More

Digitalisation: implications for talent acquisition

Anthony Haynes writes: If ‘digitalisation’ has become a buzz word, it is for good reason: the trend towards digitalisation at all levels — for example, service delivery, internal communications, marketing, and procurement — continues apace. Few organisations can ignore the trend. The is evident both in our industry — the talent sector — and in… Read More

Improving employee engagement and retention

Anthony Haynes writes (or, rather, paraphrases): How to engage employees and how to retain them are major challenges for employers — particularly so when, as in many Western cities today, sectoral unemployment rates are low. There is a battle for talent going on out there. A study by researchers from Babson College and Workday focuses… Read More

The over-hiring debate: where do you stand?

Anthony Haynes writes: Regular readers of this blog won’t be entirely surprised to hear that FJWilson Talent is a fan of Steve Boese’s HR Technology blog. On that blog recently (“The Celtics, coaching, and compensation”, 5 July) Boese has written about the good sense he finds in not over-hiring. His post uses as a case… Read More