Monthly Archives: January 2016

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Communicating More, Fattening Pigs, and Passing for 26 – Trends for 2016

A big focus of ARP’s research this year will be understanding what high-performing organizations are doing today, and even more importantly will be doing tomorrow, to achieve and maintain success. With that in mind, our first survey focuses on what organizations are going to start, stop, and [...]

By | January 21st, 2016|Our Blog|0 Comments

Let Me Google That for You…

If you type “innovation” in Google’s search engine, it would probably be a good many pages before time clocks entered the conversation. But at nearly 40, Kronos has made the shift from a company that started out selling time clocks with punch cards that bolted onto your wall [...]

By | January 19th, 2016|Our Blog, Workforce Management|0 Comments

Recruitment Marketing: It’s Time to Start Paying Attention

If you thought recruitment marketing was just a passing trend, you might want to think again. Companies are restructuring their talent acquisition functions and investing in technology to improve the way they attract, nurture and engage talent. A recruitment marketing platform handles everything on the front end [...]

By | January 12th, 2016|Our Blog, Talent Acquisition|0 Comments

A New Year, A New Survey, A New Conversation

If you follow the HCM space, you may have noticed that everyone seems to say and write about the same stuff. We all talk about analytics being important, the rise of a more flexible workforce and the need for solutions that focus on the individual. We talk [...]

By | January 11th, 2016|Our Blog, Talent Acquisition|0 Comments

EAP: Moving from Crisis Management to Decision-Support

This week is all about the holiday hangover – we spent too much, ate too much, expected too much – many are focused surviving the post-holiday blues. Which got me thinking about EAP, or employee assistance programs. EAP has gotten something of a bad rap. Most of [...]

By | January 5th, 2016|Our Blog, Workforce Management|0 Comments