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TALENT MANAGEMENT PUBLICATIONS

PUBLICATIONS

Successful Together: How Career Pathing Strengthens Your Talent Initiatives 

Employees want to see a path forward at their company, they want to grow — and, if not given the opportunity, they aren’t shy about moving on. Find out how you can build trust and create a strong partnership by promoting internal career mobility.

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Next-Generation Career Exploration to Combat Talent Flight

Talent flight has always been a challenge for employers. Yet as older employees retire and millennials rapidly become the largest demographic in the workforce, employers now face talent flight to an extent never previously seen. Check out our ebook to find out how modern career exploration tools are helping employers keep their best employees longer.

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Developing America's Frontline Workers

In support of The White House initiative to UpSkill America’s low-wage and entry-level workforce, the Institute for Corporate Productivity (i4cp), in collaboration with the Aspen Institute's UpSkill America, surveyed 365 U.S.-based businesses to explore what they are doing to develop their frontline workers, as well as reveal the business impact of respective developmental initiatives or programs.

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Talent Investments Pay Off: Cigna Realizes Return on Investment from Tuition Benefits

An analysis of health insurer Cigna’s Education Reimbursement Program (ERP) shows every dollar the company puts into the program is returned and generates an additional $1.29 in savings—a 129 percent return on investment. Lumina Foundation, a national foundation focused on increasing postsecondary attainment partnered with Cigna to design the study, which was conducted by Accenture, a leading global professional services company.
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6 Steps to Improved Employee Engagement

“Engagement.” It’s quite a buzzword when it comes to employees these days. But what does it really mean? At CAEL, we speak with employers frequently about the concept of engagement, and in most cases, we’re referring to employee enthusiasm and performance and, by extension, employee productivity. The bottom line: Engaged employees are employees who feel valued. Because of that, they are more productive and more likely to stick with the company.
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8 Tips for Better Employee Retention

If employee retention isn’t on your mind today, it should be. Now that the economy has bounced back, businesses are hiring and employees are ready and willing to seek new opportunities. All of a sudden, keeping your employees is more important than it was during the recession. To keep employees happy, there are a number of factors to consider. This includes a culture of transparency, engagement and development, and all of that contributes to somebody wanting to stay with you. It’s not all dollars.
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Knowledge Transfer: 4 Tips to Get You Started

With thousands of baby boomers retiring each day, knowledge transfer has never been more important. What do we mean by “knowledge transfer”? It’s the process of transferring knowledge from one part of the organization to another in an effort to organize, create, capture and distribute knowledge to ensure its availability for future users.
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5 Tips to Create a Transparent Workplace

Transparency is a big topic that touches on both a company’s external and internal brand. One key aspect of business transparency centers on the internal discussions between employer and employee, for both present and future employees. When a company is committed to internal transparency, it forms an active “partnership” between the employer and the employee.
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A Guide to Upskilling America’s Frontline Workers

The US economy is continuing to experience a strong recovery and is creating millions of jobs along the way. But still, there are not enough skilled workers to fill these jobs. In fact, as of January 2015, five million jobs remained unfilled in the United States. Employers consistently report they are facing a major skills shortage challenge.

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LearningCounts Portfolio Assessment Means Cost Savings for Students…and Employers

Adults who pursue postsecondary education often bring with them considerable college level learning that they acquired from their work, military, or life experience. Through prior learning assessment (PLA), they may be able to have this learning evaluated for college credit. One form of PLA is individualized assessment, in which students prepare a portfolio of their experiential learning, often with supporting documentation. This portfolio is then evaluated by trained faculty assessors to determine a credit award. PLA can save students a significant amount.

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The Hidden Classroom of the Workplace

Many of us are accustomed to the idea that we learn at school and that a college education is acquired in college classrooms. In reality, however, learning takes place in all aspects of a person’s life — through military experience, raising a family, volunteering, and perhaps most significantly in the workplace.

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Are Your Employees Asking for Career Development?

This white paper explains strategies that address career development in the entry and mid-level workforce.
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WEBINARS

Credit for What? College Credit for Workplace Learning

Employees at leading corporations are getting college credit for workplace learning – saving them time and money en route to a degree or credential. 

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Where Do I Go from Here? Direct Employees to Development Choices that Meet Business Goals

Approximately 30 to 40 percent of organizations provide programs to help employees make better education and development choices. In this webinar, you’ll hear best practices for education advising and coaching.

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Use Career Maps to Build Your Talent Development Strategy

Where is your organization headed and what workforce will get you there? When you uncover career paths within your organization, your current and potential employees can see their options. When their route is clear, they are more likely to get there—and less likely to leave.

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How Supervisors Can Help Employees Learn

Supervisors can have a dramatic impact on employee learning. This webinar will share innovative practices for helping front line supervisors build skills critical to their performance. By developing their skills using real workplace challenges, supervisors strengthen their ability to lead their teams and improve key business metrics.

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Higher Education: Friend or Foe? Education Partnerships that Work

For many employers, the education supply chain is broken. Too many colleges are not graduating students with the skills and competencies employers need. This often leaves HR professionals, recruiters, and managers frustrated, and feeling like they have little power to resolve the problem. But there are ways to ensure that college curriculum is designed by your industry and for your industry, and delivered by education partners who know how to teach the required skills.

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Grow Talent with Career Maps

The best candidates to fill mission-critical positions may be closer than you think. When you uncover career paths within your organization, your current and potential employees see the route to where they want to go. When the path is clear, they are more likely to get there—and less likely to leave.

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CASE STUDIES

FutureLink

Verizon Communications has long understood the importance of helping employees maximize their talents and potential within the company, which, in turn, benefits companywide productivity and growth.

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EPCE

The energy industry is facing a retirement bubble, a shift to greater use of renewable energy sources, and sky-rocketing demand for power. These factors have created a demand for workers skilled in new energy technologies. Meanwhile, many workers and high school students are seeking stable employment.

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The American Health Information Management Association (AHIMA)

The American Health Information Management Association (AHIMA) came to CAEL for help creating an interactive and visual career development tool to represent the job titles and roles that make up the scope of the field and the promotional and transitional career paths associated with them.

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Memorial Sloan-Kettering

Like other forward-thinking employers, MSKCC is moving many of their employment resources online. Learn how they are improving retention and mobility with interactive career maps. 

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