Ovation Makes Splash at @HRTechConf


Ovation Technologies, the cloud-based recruiting and employee on-boarding software, launched several key enhancements to its product today at the HR Technology Conference & Expo in Chicago.

In an effort to better serve its customer base, Ovation has enhanced its existing product to streamline recruiting workflow, increase product accessibility, simplify its pricing and has improved upon its already popular mobile platform.

Further details on Ovation’s new product features include: Continue reading “Ovation Makes Splash at @HRTechConf”

The Landscape of Recruitment [Infographic]

Acquisition and Retention in the War for Talent

Do you feel like you’re in a battle with other companies to recruit the best talent? According to Kelly Outsourcing & Consulting, you are.

This infographic shows you some of the things potential employees look for when deciding what company to work with.

Infographic… after the jump… Continue reading “The Landscape of Recruitment [Infographic]”

Good/Bad News: Hiring Up, Engagement Down

Nearly two-thirds of employers expect a rise in voluntary turnover as the economy improves and market demand increases for specialized skills.

Beyond Money: How to Win and Keep Top PerformersWith an improving economy, employers are increasingly concerned about employee retention. The threat of a mass talent migration of workers searching for better employment opportunities is forcing more companies to evaluate and improve employee retention programs.

According to Mercer’s Attraction and Retention Survey for 2012: Continue reading “Good/Bad News: Hiring Up, Engagement Down”

Shed the Burden of Content Management with Content as a Service

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Learn how Content as a Service allows you to realize the full advantage of your Human Resources eLearning initiative.

Many organizations and HR departments are held back in their company training programs, underestimating the time, effort and knowledge required to successfully roll out eLearning locally or globally.

This can lead to inadequate training, wasted dollars and discontented employees. Content as a Service (CaaS) solves these problems by removing the need for organizations to manage the technology, infrastructure and administration, allowing them instead to focus on the effectiveness of the eLearning itself. Learn how CaaS enables: Continue reading “Shed the Burden of Content Management with Content as a Service”