Air Canada looked for a consultative competency-modeling workshop that could be built upon its own internal data, and tailored to different segments of its HR department, for a variety of applications. It was also seeking guidance on current best practices for organizations with similar challenges. Workitect provided the workshop and a competency dictionary.
As we enter the third quarter of 2014, most organizations are preparing to kickstart the financial planning process for 2015. If your [...]
If HR has lost some of its appeal, the answer shouldn’t be to rid companies of its intrinsic value, but rather to identify the causes of this downfall
By integrating & analyzing the most dominant need in your employees, you can adjust your behavior and talent management approaches to drive superior results
The latest criticism to come out of the Affordable Care Act relates to the idea that the law is motivating workers to [...]
Modern technology and the arrival of a new generation, the HR function is evolving rapidly, particularly with respect to recruiting, retention and [...]
There is one key element that defines the effectiveness of implementing competencies into a talent management system, and that is a strategic [...]
The primary mission of HR professionals focuses on four distinct objectives: Finding great talent Minimizing the learning curve to productivity ratio Maximizing [...]