Articles on Talent Relationship Management — from candidate engagement to corporate alumni relations.
Companies are investing in teams, communicating on a consistent and frequent basis, employees are often a part of a Corporate Alumni Program, boomerangs and referral fees are of strategic value, and program metrics are becoming more sophisticated as these programs grow.Read More
Scheduling Corporate Alumni Program events throughout the year is foundational for engagement. The next step is to take the time to think through where and how the events will take place, how they will be communicated and to whom, and outlining what to do at the event.Read More
Corporate Alumni Programs have diverse communities that span generations, career types, locations, and interests. Catering to all members is a challenge, but we recommend breaking down the audience in a number of ways for better communications and events.Read More
Job hopping was once considered a taboo practice in the workforce, but has been increasing in recent years across all age groups. Reports expect that 1 in 4 people will quit their job as the pandemic nears its end – are you ready?Read More
The Alumni Program Manager position is a growing term and often needs a specific skillset. If you’re looking to add a program or a manager to your team, here are a few tips to get the right candidate.Read More
Surveying alumni consistently will result in measurable data for a Corporate Alumni Program and provide valuable insight into the health of that community.Read More
Due to the pandemic many corporations have, or will be, considering a reduction in force due to overall restructuring. Cutting jobs and performing layoffs doesn’t have to mean cutting off all ties.Read More
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