IHRCI Monthly Post (October 2012)

IHRCI Monthly Post (October 2012)


Talent Retention: Desire or Reality?

Most companies can identify their top performers and are able to woo stars away from other firms. But keeping them from leaving remains a vexing problem. There is a disconnection between desire and reality for retaining stars.  http://lnkd.in/rYZhCQ


How can MNCs win the war for talent in China?

How can MNCs attract and retain talent in China (1) by better adapting to Chinese values; (2) by learning from Chinese companies’ approaches and (3) by considering the impact of the current demographics in China, namely a shrinking and yet more demanding generation (Gen-Y)?  http://lnkd.in/5YCXXb


Why Young Talents Quit Their Jobs?

Multiple studies find that today’s younger workers have absolutely no intention of sticking around if they don’t feel like they’re learning, growing and being valued in a job. It's Usually Not About the “Money”.  http://lnkd.in/zNEr9b


Why Total Reward Programs Could Not Generate ROI?

Total-rewards programs are designed to attract and motivate employees. But it appears many companies— thanks to poor execution and lack of communication—aren’t seeing much of a return on their investments.  http://lnkd.in/aAa3UX


Why Yahoo’s New CEO Fired its HR VP?

According to sources close to the situation, active new CEO Marissa Mayer has turned her focus on the troubled Silicon Valley Internet giant’s human resources unit. Shortly after her arrival she fired the VP of HR, David Windley. Why did she do this?  http://lnkd.in/UGr4Be


Are HR Departments Changing?

Although the organizations most likely to use shared services have traditionally been large, Fortune 500 companies, that are beginning to change, experts say. Here's what HR needs to know in order to keep up.  http://lnkd.in/Tf6Put


Why HR and the Cloud?

If HR has to gain in importance, and make no mistake, it can, it has to incorporate in-expensive cloud computing systems and concentrate on ‘core’ strengths. Unless HR Managers are able to address the lack of HR systems, their importance will continue to decline. http://lnkd.in/iW3y96