Helping financial services organizations onboard and retain a muti-talented, multi-skilled workforce
In recent years, the financial services industry has experienced seismic shifts and uncertainty, resulting in new regulations, reform and more. Those changes apply across the board, whether in banking, brokerage, commercial real estate, credit card companies, credit unions, hedge funds, insurance, mutual funds or securities.
Then there’s the generational change, including a “graying” of the industry and entry of the Millennials. Firms must adapt their products for this high tech generation and prepare their workforce. Meeting these needs requires fresh approaches, taking advantage of the latest HR technology and new best practices.
Acquire High Performing Talent
As a financial services firm, you need to find next generation talent that fits into a structured, complex industry. You also must balance projected growth against hiring costs.
Learn how Van Andel Institute attracts top candidates with SilkRoad Recruiting.Van Andel Case Study
Hold On to New Hires
For companies facing dramatic change, it’s especially important to have a formal plan to welcome and onboard a new hire. A plan dramatically increases time-to-productivity as well as reduces the risk of quick quits.
Learn how Accenture improved their onboarding experience.Accenture Case Study
Learning That Improves Service
Fresh approaches hold the spotlight in today’s training programs, including blended learning and social media. By using new techniques and the latest software, your organization will increase service levels and avert risk. A learning system also simplifies compliance reporting.
Learn how BenefitMall used learning to create a competitive edge.
New Approaches to Performance Management
By shifting the focus to the employee experience, you can bring a new energy into performance management.
Learn how Avid Solutions created a culture of conversation.Avid Case Study
Best Practices for Millennials
Millennials are shaking up the workplace. Whether employees or managers, they communicate differently, want to level corporate ladders, and bring a fresh approach to work.
Download the 5 Secrets to Retaining Millennials to learn more.Millennials eBook