Tag: trend

2021-2022 HR Trend – Teaching Sales People to Get Back on the Road!

“Yeah, I can get as much, or more, done right from my living room as I did before the pandemic!” (said in the snotty tone of a spoiled brat kid, maybe a slight valley girl vibe) “Like, there is absolutely no need to go visit clients and potential clients in person!” I don’t know much, but here’s what I do know: Pre-Pandemic: Next to…

SAP SuccessFactors People Analytics Report Stories Data Visualization Series: Selecting the right chart Part 3 – Trend and Distribution Charts

Read Time53 Second In Part 1 of the series, we talked about various charts supported in SAP SuccessFactors People Analytics Report Stories. In Part 2, we focused on comparison charts and their usage. In this blog post, we would try to cover the Trend and Distribution Charts and their application in details. We will reuse the same example organization “BestRun Pvt Ltd” and various…

The Latest Trend in L&D: What You Need to Know When You Need It

In today’s job market, providing employees with a paycheck and benefits is not enough to retain talent. Even for perk-loving millennials, catered lunch and unlimited PTO won’t necessarily do the trick. According to a Gallup survey, 87% of millennials say that professional development and career growth are significant to them. Additionally, another survey found 46% of employees say limited opportunities to learn new skills is…

Using Incentives to Attract Interviewees — Don’t Miss This Trend

If you are having difficulty getting prospects to interview, join the trend of offering qualified candidates incentives for interviewing or job acceptance. This might initially sound like a crazy idea until you realize that using incentives to attract customers is a proven practice with a high ROI. So learn from marketing and offer small incentives (usually a gift card) for showing up for an…

Instant Pay: A Trend That’s Helping with Recruitment, Retention

A startling 78% of full-time workers say they live paycheck to paycheck. It’s this trend that sets in motion a spiral into financial stress that includes overdraft fees, late bill fees, high-interest debt, and more. Which is why the ability to control the timing of one’s pay is the next development that will revolutionize how employees think about and manage their finances.