Santa Monica, Calif. — Feb. 13
Cornerstone OnDemand Inc., a provider of on-demand, integrated talent management software and services for the enterprise, is sponsoring an HR.com webcast series.
The series brings the latest industry news, research trends, best practices and case studies to the largest online community of HR executives.
During these two upcoming webcasts, Cornerstone OnDemand experts will lead discussions on timely topics of interest to HR and learning professionals.
“In step with HR.com’s mission, Cornerstone hopes these upcoming webcasts will further educate, inspire and motivate HR professionals as they confront the challenges facing their organizations and employees,” said Julie Roy, Cornerstone OnDemand director of marketing.
Details regarding the two webcasts are as follows:
- Feb. 14, 2:30 p.m. (EST)
- Driving Business Results with Integrated On-Demand Talent Management
Most organizations today are faced with improving business productivity in conjunction with supporting a variety of talent management needs. Employee information cannot be synthesized or leveraged without a centralized, integrated talent management system. Cornerstone OnDemand’s Kirsten Maas describes how an integrated talent management suite can help drive down costs, increase productivity and improve employee satisfaction and, ultimately, support business growth.
- Feb. 20, 1 p.m. (EST)
- The Importance of Onboarding in an Overall Talent Management Strategy
The most effective follow-through to a good recruiting and hiring process is an equally strong onboarding program. The quagmire faced by new hires as they spend weeks aiming to understand day-to-day job responsibilities and larger organizational operations has a damaging affect on business productivity. Cornerstone OnDemand’s Frank Ricciardi discusses how advanced onboarding processes can reduce inefficiencies and forge lasting relationships with new hires.
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