Thinking beyond W2 workforce inclusive solutions
Once leaders understand the business-world traditions workers are re-considering, they can have better conversations about supporting workers' wants and needs.
In this "On the Job" segment, Bob Lockett, Chief Diversity and Talent Officer at ADP, chats with Cheddar News about employee retention in today's competitive job market.
For centuries, organizations have relied mostly on traditional sources of talent, but now and in the years to come that trend will turn on its head. Change is no longer coming, it is here, and the way we look at, procure and manage an organization's most valuable asset will never be the same.
Prior to the pandemic, the introduction of automation and AI processes allowed for better candidate pool targeting and screening. The pandemic highlighted the need to find a balance between these technologies and a more human-centric approach, where candidate engagement is prioritized. We need to treat candidates the same way we treat customers, first attracting them with a strong employer brand and then guiding them through a process that reflects the alignment of company and their personal values.
A streamlined, efficient, clearly communicated onboarding process is crucial to finding — and keeping — the hard-won contingent talent your organization has added to your team.
Creating schedules that work for everyone is hard, and maintaining them on the fly can be even harder. But being an employer that masters scheduling challenges can be a significant competitive advantage when it comes to hiring and retaining top talent.
Discover how data can be used to predict if and when an employee may decide to leave your organization. By knowing what to track, employers can start preparing ahead of an employee departure — and perhaps even fix underlying issues before employees decide to leave.
The Great Resignation is underway, but with the right approach to understanding staff needs and addressing key concerns, it's possible to minimize the impact of changing workplace expectations.