So much seems to be written about culture, and its importance, and the role leaders play in creating it. And yet in my personal experience CEO’s and CHRO’s don’t spend nearly enough time and energy on the subject. And of course whether you actively manage it or not, every organisation has one or more cultures ( large organisations often have subsets of culture within).
In an ever-changing world of work, being impacted by a multitude of external influences, hiring sits at the focal point of the success and growth of an organisation.
Historically, RPO was perceived as something only for large companies, those in particular industries or hiring for certain positions. The evolution of the HR function and the role of HR as a strategic business partner has had a direct impact on the way organisations have approached talent acquisition.
How to use free-text data to get inside the heads and hearts of employees.
Unstructured data is where the answers live.
Unstructured data can provide deep insight into what’s really happening within an organization. Consider employee surveys. Open-ended, free-text responses provide richer detail than answers to rating-scale style questions. While enterprise companies have no shortage of this data (80% of organizational data tends to be unstructured), it’s been hard to analyze and work with—until now.