While predicting future behaviour is still just not possible, it has been the leitmotif in Human Resource Management for decades. Creating forecasts for ones’ job performance using dedicated psychological instruments has become the standard procedure in the recruitment and selection practice to reduce risks and maximise performance.
With the advent of social technologies, the world has the potential to be a more interconnected and information driven place. The impact of social technologies has changed the way people communicate, collaborate, consume and create information. People have adopted social technologies in their everyday lives and organisations are starting to adopt social networking services as well.
Increasing employee retention with combined management of career goals, competencies, and training interventions
In the information and knowledge driven society we live in, human capital becomes the key factor determining a company’s success. In order to retain HR potential within the company, it is crucial to provide possibilities for career development, taking into account employees’ achievements and personal goals.