Selecting Superior Performers Safely Under The Law
Biases are simply a reflection of our personal view point. Oftentimes, this personal viewpoint is unknowingly injected into the hiring process even when it is not relevant to a specific position or to the organization itself. When this happens, it creates a barrier, preventing us from selecting true superior performers.
Under the Disparate Impact rule, an employer may not use an employment practice,that, even though neutral on its face and applied to all applicants or employees, disproportionately excludes members of a protected category.
Controlling Emotions In The Workplace - The Impact On Your Bottom Line
Studies on the impact of emotional intelligence in the workplace emphasize that organizations with higher levels of emotional intelligence reap benefits in productivity and success; therefore forward thinkers continue to mine it for business tools that lead to superior performance. Business leaders who use Emotional Quotient expertise to build an emotionally intelligent culture do gain a competitive edge for their organization in the marketplace.
Employer Branding: Winning The Post Recession Competition For Talent
Every company is known by the public via two distinct brands, its employer brand and its consumer brand. Understanding what distinguishes the employer brand and how it may affect attracting and retaining superior performers can be the difference between springloading out of a recession and not recovering at all.
Moving High Potentials Into Star Performers
Forward thinking leaders don’t rely just on hiring superior performers or poaching established talent from competitors. They are mining their talent pool now, to deepen the engagement of existing stars while causing a whole new group of superior performers to emerge from the ranks.
ROI: Big Results In A Small Growth Economy
Return on investment is more important than ever in the slowly recovering business climate of 2010. Every dollar counts double as employers require that investments in talent pay off in performance improvements that will propel growth.
Job Matching - The Key To Performance
Job matching is the science of carefully defining superior performance in each position and using objective criteria to determine who is hired. The process goes deeper than conventional employment methods to create the most comprehensive definition possible of why a job exists.