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Employee Engagement: It's actually all about your leaders

Only 29% of North American employees are emotionally engaged: they're prepared, produce greater revenue, and deliver better customer service. That leaves 71% of employees who are not engaged or actively disengaged. What does this have to do with leadership? While development is critical to engagement, performance, and succession, its overall effectiveness is determined by the quality of an organization's leaders. Download this white paper to learn the 3 things to keep in mind when building your leadership development strategy.
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5 Best Practices for Driving Employee Engagement

Engagement is a red-hot topic: Your benefits programs' success (or lack thereof) hinges on employee participation. Are your communications reaching your employees and driving them to make informed decisions about their benefits? Learn the best practices for reducing incentive spending, sending the "perfect" benefits email, and achieving higher ROI across your vendor programs.
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Constellation Research

Learn how companies have successfully controlled costs and improved employee health, engagement and productivity by adopting an Enterprise Healthcare Management (EHM) solution in this free report by leading analyst Ray Wang from Constellation Research.
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Employer Brand Analytics

Developing an effective employer brand is the foundation of an effective recruitment strategy! Industry studies show a solid employer brand -- in essence, your reputation -- can reduce a company's recruitment costs by 50%. But how do you know if yours is resonating with your target audience on company websites, social media and Glassdoor profile pages? Download Glassdoor's eBook, which reveals (and demystifies) the employer branding analytics you need to truly win today's war for talent.
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Best Practices in HR Technology (November 2014)

Did you know that researchers predict mobile devices will outnumber the Earth's population (roughly 7.5 billion) by 2016? It's true. We humans love our smartphones and tablets. It's how we connect anywhere, at any time, for everything we want to do -- whether we're buying shoes during a commute or looking for a new job at lunchtime.
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