Artikel über Talent Relationship Management — vom Talent-Pool bis zum Alumni-Netzwerk.
We are shocked and deeply saddened by the indescribable events happening in Ukraine. PeoplePath as a company stands for peace, individual freedom, and respect. We condemn this war in the strongest possible way. We stand firmly with the people of Ukraine.Read More
Keeping former employees engaged within the community consistently is a challenge, but with the right content plan alumni will continue to come back for more and participate.Read More
Former employees are a group of people often overlooked for open positions. Not all alumni will be a perfect fit, but keeping them engaged over time and thinking about them strategically is a good long term plan.Read More
Corporate Alumni Programs may sit in either a marketing or human resources department, but no matter where it lives it should always be in direct communication with the company’s social media team. It’s a powerful tool to use to connect with members who may not check email quite as often.Read More
Alumni engagement is often the biggest challenge for program managers. One great way to get people involved is to link up with a company’s Corporate Social Responsibility or Social Impact team to provide opportunities for alumni to give back.Read More
People no longer spend the entirety of their career in one place. However, this doesn’t mean that a company can’t get employees to stay a little longer than they planned on. By creating a supportive environment full of opportunity may help employee retention rates.Read More
Building an online community is no easy feat. Even the most seasoned professional will run up against common barriers to success, and we’ve put together three solutions to set you and your community up for long-term growth and health.Read More
There are risks and rewards for including employees in a corporate alumni program. After conducting our 2021 Corporate Alumni Benchmarking Report research, we share a few thoughts that will help you make a decision.Read More
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