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Human Capital Management Research    [Date Added : 06/15/2017 ]
Brandon Hall Group, an independent Human Capital Management research and analyst firm, has release three new research studies on Knowledge Sharing, Talent Acquisition and HCM technology trends.

The 2017 State of Knowledge Sharing Practices Study states that here is a vast array of knowledge that exists within every organization. It can take the form of documents, videos and other materials, as well as simply within the heads of the employees. It is critical that companies move that knowledge quickly and easily throughout the organization, making it available to the people who need it, when and where they need it. The study reveals important details on how organizations embrace knowledge sharing, but struggle to actually do it.

Brandon Hall Group's 2017 State of Talent Acquisition Practices Study provides a big-picture look at talent acquisition from sourcing through onboarding. It examines the criticality of organizations' practices and how effectively they implement those practices. In addition, it explores talent acquisition budget allocations, and the extent to which talent acquisition practices impact quality of hire.

Brandon Hall Group data from the 2017 HCM Technology Study reveals the priorities of HCM technology buyers, their satisfaction with current technology, and what they want from their next HCM technology provider.

"Organizations of all sizes, in all countries, across all industries, struggle with human capital management. The workforce is experiencing dramatic demographic shifts, and technology is significantly changing employees’ expectations and customer behavior," says Mike Cooke, CEO Brandon Hall Group.
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