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PeopleSoft Competitors: Workday, SAP, and More

It’s fair to say that the world of HR software is usually a very quiet place. There’s a lot of buzz around big releases, but scandal and drama are hardly hallmarks of the industry. For this reason, the epic battle between vendors Oracle and PeopleSoft marks a strange and interesting time in the history of human resource development.

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Taleo vs iCIMs vs Jobvite and Their Competitors

For contemporary recruitment teams, hiring can feel a little soulless at times. There’s a huge emphasis on social media, with platforms like LinkedIn leading the charge when it comes to talent spotting. The problem with a completely digital approach, however, is that it favors quantity over quality.

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Why You Should Pay More for Your Talent Management System

No need to lean closer to the screen, you read that title right: you should pay more for your talent management system.

Of course there are exceptions — if you’re paying something like $3,000 per user per month, your TMS is probably working wonders for you (or at least it should be). But if, like most businesses, your talent management budget doesn’t exactly fill a Brinks truck, you’ll want to increase it.

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Is Google Hire the Next Market Disruptor for ATS?

Google’s launch, on July 18th, of a new recruiting app called Hire came just weeks after its job hunting initiative launch on June 20th. Google For Jobs functions like a search feature on its search result pages that allows you to search for jobs across most of the major online job boards like LinkedIn, Monster, WayUp, DirectEmployers, CareerBuilder, Facebook and others.

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Talent Management of Today and Tomorrow

It’s been said that the only two things that stay the same are death and taxes. But these days, we think one more thing should be added to the list: innovation. Technological advancements are happening faster than ever before, which means we, both as a society and as employees, have to adapt just as quickly.

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What is Succession Planning?

Companies of all sizes can benefit from a succession planning strategy. A succession plan process involves the identification and development of new leaders within a company, with the aim of replacing old leaders when they leave or retire. Succession planning typically involves the development of high potential employees who could become successors to the organization’s important leadership.

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Understanding Compensation Management

The compensation your staff receives for working for you is the “reward” they get for spending their time and energy to meet your organization’s goals. You need to be able to quantify the contribution of your employees and compensate them appropriately to keep them motivated.  Doing so is the basis of compensation management. Compensation management also involves facilitating the systems, processes, and procedures used in compensating your employees.

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Employee Engagement Software: A Smarter Way to Increase Engagement

By now you’ve probably heard of the rampant workplace disengagement problem.  Only 15% of workers worldwide are actively engaged in their work.  Although the US experiences significantly better engagement, with 30% of workers engaged, the number is still far from ideal.  A study by the Aberdeen Group headed by HR Tech influencer Michael Moon showed that companies with engaged employees take in 2.5 times the revenue of their competitors with lower engagement.

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