To all of the Talent Management / L&D professionals, what’s essential when creating a 30-60-90 day template? This will be used by the managers to help set up their new hire for success.
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It's great to finally have a bowl of our own! In terms of HCM software, what is something that all of them tend to be missing, aside from a good user experience?
Any advice would be helpful. Recently started at a tech consultancy and am building up the HR function. Thanks!
What do you do on Monday to get your week set up? I feel like I spend so much time helping my team get their pipelines in shape for the week / setting up a plan.
Does anyone have examples of "subjective criteria" besides leadership, that could be used to force rank a group of leaders? The objective metrics are easy,but I'm hoping to blend the data with a few few subjective criteria to help paint a broader picture when making short and long term planning decisions. Thanks in advance.
Has anyone written the CHRL Employment Exam in Canada - Ontario specifically. What was your experience like and how did you prepare?
What HR ticketing system do you use and what important aspects did you consider when looking? Our company is looking into ticketing systems and this will be our first time looking. Right now I’ve seen Zendesk, Workday and Happy Fox. Has anyone sued those before?
What are the key components of your performance review process? The data points we currently use are manager and self scoring of a scorecard for each employee (scorecard outlines mission for the position, outcomes, and competencies) as well as peer feedback based on the competencies of the position (thought being a manager only has so much insight to a person’s day to day, especially in a matrix org). What am I missing?
I recently moved to a new company. As I get access to all the systems, I noticed that I have access to HR function (peers, managers) data within the HRIS system and other sources. I am not planning to look at the data but I'm concerned that peers can see my compensation, etc., if I can see theirs. At the company I came from, HR data was extremely safeguarded and restrictive within our systems. Is this something I should bring up to my manager?
As a salesperson I generally take the approach of keeping my opinions to myself, if a customer asks me something directly I'm not going to lie to them I'll share what I believe in a respectful way. In other words I don't try to force my views on anyone, but lately our world seems to be more and more polarized on everything, and everyone is offered just by knowing you don't share the same views as they do they can't imagine their opinion isn't the only one. How are you handling these situations?
Is it common practice for employee relations teams to have a policy that strongly discourages supervisors from corresponding with terminated employees? Cont’d...
We are a 13000 headcount company and offer only PPO medical plans to employees.If we want to offer a different Medicare plan to a business unit in California which has headcount of 30, can anyone suggest what’s the best option ?
Curious if yall have started seeing customers again face to face? I am in Texas and it seems my customer base is opening up to the idea.
I’m curious if anyone knows of any NY or NYC laws around requirements for an employer to employ a certain percentage of underrepresented minority groups? Would greatly appreciate any guidance here!
Due to Covid & a new VP, everything is changing at my company & senior reps are being micromanaged like new hires. Seniors are quitting and being fired like nothing I’ve ever seen. Anyone else?
How does your company calculate annual bonuses? I would love to chat with some people about best practices, etc.
How's everyone's utilization metric doing rn? Just gauging. I don't feel like I'm doing so hot and I'm kinda worried.
Anyone else out there concerned that the market is going to go bear and we’ll be back to the days of endless layoffs and starving for projects?
Current analyst interested in exiting into the sports/media/entertainment field. Any suggestion at roles to look at or companies to make contact with. Planning to exit in >6 months for reference
Client/account service position client as “thought leaders” in highly technical category. Client/account go all in on content strategy. Client/account tell copywriter to Google it for input.
I'm considering hiring someone who may be required to have a series 65. How long should it take someone who is (a) smart & (b) no industry knowledge to study and pass?
Anyone have a ballpark figure for a Bay Area salary for experienced hire Senior Associate in Advisory?
I’m a Senior 1 and received an industry offer for $95k + bonus (5%). The base seems good and bonus seems low? Pretty HCOL area and I’m currently somewhat unhappy in PA.
I was just talking to my fiancé. Like 1 foot away. And thought I was on a zoom call. Totally lost track of reality.
What are the pros/cons moving from a smaller gov contractor to public sector Big 4/Accenture/Booz?
What is the general timeframe of being called for interview / rejected after applying to amazon? Wondering about both with and without referral.
PE vs VC in terms of hours, skillsets comparison, comp, chance to make partner, and oppty to live somewhere other than HCOL cities like NYC or SF?
why have we never unionized - not advocating this at all, but given we are probably the worst industry for fairness, - again, many downfalls, but talent has its and clients have it
I need to extract my wisdom teeth out for the following weekends. So that I won't be able to come to client site on weekends for the crazy work mgr asked. Would that seem too bad?
Anyone willing to share their thoughts and experiences working with Linklaters? I’ll be interviewing with the firm soon and would be so very grateful for your opinions.