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Human Capital Management

Builds and manages workforce based on organizational goals, budget considerations, and staffing needs. Ensures that employees are appropriately recruited, selected, appraised, and rewarded; takes action to address performance problems. Manages a multi-sector workforce and a variety of work situations.

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Highlights

5th Annual Talent Acquisition Conference

October 02 - 03, 2018 |(New York, NY)

Bigger Fish: Acquiring Agile, High-Potential Talent for Business Impact

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25 Truths about Executive Coaching: Insights from The 2018 Executive Coaching Conference

April 2018

As coaching is increasingly being viewed as a perk, companies are expanding it to reach lower ranks of employees through internal coaching, team coaching, and manager-as-coach.

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The Role of Technology in Coaching

July 03, 2018

Learn practical examples of how technology is currently used and discuss the potential impact that emerging technologies, such as AI, can have on the coaching profession over the years to come. HRCI, SHRM, CPE, and CCE/ICF credit available

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Learnings from Survey Research with Americans Age 85+

(Human Capital Blog, June 2018)

The Society of Actuaries (SOA) recently completed the study The Post-Retirement Experiences of Individuals 85+ Years Old. The research includes in-depth interviews and two surveys, a telephone survey of individuals age 85+ and an on-line survey of adult children who are familiar with their parents’ finances and planning.

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Conferences/Events

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Publications

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Webcasts

  • Is GDPR the Death Knell for Human Capital Analytics?

    June 28, 2018

    Many HR leaders are wondering whether the data protections under GDPR will tie their hands in human capital analytics (HCA). Is this the end of companies’ new-found ability to generate business insights from human capital data? CPE, HRCI, and SHRM credit available

  • The Role of Technology in Coaching

    July 03, 2018

    Learn practical examples of how technology is currently used and discuss the potential impact that emerging technologies, such as AI, can have on the coaching profession over the years to come. HRCI, SHRM, CPE, and CCE/ICF credit available

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Blogs

  • Learnings from Survey Research with Americans Age 85+

    (Human Capital Blog, June 2018)

    The Society of Actuaries (SOA) recently completed the study The Post-Retirement Experiences of Individuals 85+ Years Old. The research includes in-depth interviews and two surveys, a telephone survey of individuals age 85+ and an on-line survey of adult children who are familiar with their parents’ finances and planning.
  • Blue Collar Workers are no Longer Singing the Blues

    (Labor Markets Blog, June 2018)

    The faster growth in wages for blue-collar workers is somewhat surprising, especially since throughout most recent history, white-collar wage growth was higher. We expect labor markets to continue to tighten in the coming years, which will only apply more wage and price pressures across the economy. There are already signs that faster wage growth is already spilling over to producer prices.
  • The Rising Role of Older Women in the Labor Force and Why “Full Employment” May Get Still Fuller

    (Labor Markets Blog, June 2018)

    The rise of women relative to men in the labor force—along with the relative increase in female-dominated and generally lower-paying service sector employment—may be one significant reason why wage growth in this economic recovery has not been as fast as expected or what we are used to experiencing. But it’s also a reason why we can think optimistically that the labor market (and our economy’s true capacity) still hasn’t maxed out.

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