What’s ahead in talent management for 2014? Exciting times for social media and employer brand strategy!
About Jeff Waldman
Jeff is a senior HR strategist who integrates web technology into traditional HR solutions. His work emphasis is on social recruiting, employer branding, employee engagement, performance management, rewards and recognition, emotional intelligence and talent management. He works with small to medium size growing and entrepreneurial companies, focusing on sustainable growth and maximizing employee talents.
Jeff focuses helping organizations to "Socialize HR" - uncovering unique ways to leverage social media within the workplace to create unparalleled business value.
Articles by Jeff Waldman
The #TChat that took place Wednesday was titled, “#TChat Communication Tools: You Can’t Use Them All”. Specifically, take a look at the questions that were posed and discussed. The focus of this blog post is on question #2, “how do you as a marketer, recruiter, leader or HR pro, pick and choose how to collaborate […]
Last week on May 25th and 26th, Las Vegas hosted the 2011 HR Demo Show in conjunction with the HRO Today Forum, including the RPO Summit. The point of the demo show was to showcase the best and latest HR and talent management technologies. Organizations that presented were Kenexa, Guidant Group, Epicor, CareerBuilder, Taleo, iCIMS, […]
We’ve heard the term “employee engagement” a gazillion times, and one could even say it’s now just a buzzword. If you ask me, it is the most critical aspect of any successful organization….without a doubt! A positive correlation exists between employee engagement scores and business results (via Right Management – “Employee Engagement, Maximizing Organizational Performance”). […]
Workforce absenteeism – the costs are staggering. But the costs of workforce PRESENTEEISM are far greater. What can and should business and HR professionals do to address this issue?
Social recruiting isn’t really about technology – it’s about what you DO with the technology. Bottom line: It’s (still) all about relationships…