In our monthly educational webinar last week, I shared best practices on how to use data analytics to optimize a talent mobility program. It was an interactive live session, and I really enjoyed discussing the benefits that HR and Mobility can attain from being a data driven function, diving into detail on strategies and techniques to collect and analyze data most effectively. Read on to learn more and view the webinar on demand.
Regular conversations I hold with HR and mobility professionals keep validating that the most important part of an HR technology solution in a 21st century organization is its reporting and analytics capabilities.
This article originally appeared on HR.com.
Internet guru Mary Meeker calls them “company pain points” in her latest Internet trends report. The venture capitalist firm, New Enterprise Associates, calls them “last mile” processes.
Moving an employee from one continent to another, or even one state to another requires the coordinated effort of many vendors. And just like any other company, the vendors that provide the services to relocate employees also have their strengths and weaknesses.
Last month, I attended the FEM Roadshow in Sydney, Australia, a dedicated forum that brings together mobility professionals, providers, consultants and industry experts. It was a great opportunity for me to hear from talent mobility thought-leaders and showcase how MOVE Guides, the cloud platform for talent mobility, is enabling the 21st century organization to successfully deploy talent around the world.
Living abroad can be a life changing and eye opening experience. By submerging yourself in a new culture, you gain a new perspective on life, meet new and diverse people and feel connected to a community of global citizens. Not only can you benefit from the personal enrichment of living abroad, it is also an excellent career development opportunity and can pave the way for leadership opportunities.
This article was originally posted in Recruiting Daily.
In the increasingly interconnected world of work, teams, employers and candidates continue to adopt the technologies, processes and procedures designed to transcend geographic borders or national boundaries, allowing organizations to overcome the limitations inherent to serving highly localized markets and become truly global, multinational entities.
Aug 03, 2015
Talent mobility reporting for the 21st century organization
This month, we launched enhanced features around our interactive dashboards and reporting. With MOVE Guides’ Talent Mobility Cloud, key mobility metrics and detailed reports are now intuitive and easy to access 24/7 on any device. No more waiting for weeks for a report!
Last week MOVE Guides CEO, Brynne Herbert, explained in a live webinar why in the 21st century, the deployment of talent on a global scale will be essential to any successful organization. Talent mobility sits at the convergence point of key global business trends and as such is a critical component to the success of modern organizations. In this blog post we’ll recap some of the key takeaways. Read on to learn more and view the webinar on demand.