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In this article, Deloitte consulting principals Bill Pelster & Rick Harrison discuss the recruiting, retention and career development at Deloitte. Managing Talent in a Turbulent Economy Resource Magazine | July 1, 2010 In this bylined cover story, Deloitte Consulting LLP’s Jeff Schwartz, principal, and Robin Erickson, manager, discuss the six key guideposts that can help companies better position themselves for the economic upturn and beyond as they implement strategies to retain and develop their talent necessary to drive their success. Across Seven Continents in Six Steps: Six Steps to Effective Global Benefits Administration ...
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Deloitte boosts pensions team with senior hires | News release ...
Deloitte, the business advisory firm, is boosting its expanding pensions practice with the hire of two senior partners from PricewaterhouseCoopers (PwC). Richard Slater will join Deloitte from PwC’s Edinburgh office and Mark McClintock will join Deloitte from PwC’s Belfast office. Between them, they bring 35 years experience of pensions advisory services. Tony Clare, head of the pensions team at Deloitte, commented: “Richard and Mark are highly rated pensions professionals with a wealth of knowledge and experience. They will add invaluable expertise to the team and ensure that Deloitte provide our clients, pension fund trustees ... market research, surveys and trends
Skills Shortage Demands a Workplace Re-think
The skills shortage has already begun and employers are finding it harder to acquire and retain experienced staff. What can businesses do about this? The effects of the ‘skills shortage’ will be felt by every business owner. Employers in most western nations already face the challenges resulting from an aging workforce and a declining birth rate. The baby boomers who represent a significant percentage of the workforce with an irreplaceable reservoir of skills and experience are beginning to retire. At the same time the declining birth rate means that fewer workers will be available to replace those who have left the ... market research, surveys and trends

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Generation X Grows Antsy in Job Market - CBS News
Jon Anne Willow, co-publisher of ThirdCoastDigest.com, an online arts and culture site, is seen in her office Friday, Nov. 13, 2009, in Milwaukee.  (AP Photo/Morry Gash) Timeline Population Milestones Track the steady increase of the U.S. population since the colonists landed, with the latest key Census Bureau reports. (AP)  They're antsy and edgy, tired of waiting for promotion opportunities at work as their elders put off retirement. A good number of them are just waiting for the economy to pick up so they can hop to the next job, find something more fulfilling and get what they think they deserve. Oh, and they ... industry trends, business articles and survey research
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partner with Deloitte Inc.'s (“Deloitte”) Human Capital consulting .... Almost eight percent of the 2.8 million jobs in Toronto are in ... industry trends, business articles and survey research
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Who will stay and who will go?
When it comes to hiring new associates, law firms typically follow a very structured process. Often this involves hiring a large pool of summer students, narrowing down that pool when selecting articling students and then further tightening the assessment criteria when identifying new associates. This tiered approach is designed to help firms identify the top performing students most likely to contribute to the firm�s long-term productivity. In practice, however, this isn�t always the case. Students who perform well during summer internships and articling, may not contribute as much to the firm�s financial growth as expected. It ... market trends, news research and surveys resources
Does Microblogging Lead to Better Employee Retention?
This post is part of our ReadWriteEnterprise channel, which is a resource and guide for IT managers and technologists in the Enterprise. The channel is sponsored by Intel . As you're exploring solutions for your enterprise, check out this helpful resource from our sponsors: All New 2010 Intel Core vPro Processors and Microsoft Office 2010: Your Best Choice for Business PCs On a panel on the future of communication in the workplace, Nicky Wakefield, Human Capital Partner at Deloitte Australia, said "We have found a strong correlation between use of Yammer and staff retention." Can we add employee retention to the ... market trends, news research and surveys resources

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Deloitte's Human Capital Services helps organisations in the strategic transformation of HR management in order to make human capital a competitive ... technology research, surveys study and trend statistics
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SUBCOMMITTEE ON OVERSIGHT OF GOVERNMENT MANAGEMENT, THE FEDERAL WORKFORCE AND THE DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA COMMITTEE ON HOMELAND SECURITY AND GOVERNMENTAL AFFAIRS UNITED STATES SENATE on WORK-LIFE PROGRAMS: ATTRACTING, RETAINING AND EMPOWERING THE FEDERAL WORKFORCE May 4, 2010 Good afternoon Chairman Akaka, Ranking Member Voinovich, and distinguished members of the Subcommittee. I am pleased to be here today on behalf of John Berry, Director of the Office of Personnel Management (OPM), to discuss the work we have been doing at OPM in the areas of work-life balance and wellness for attracting, retaining and empowering a 21st ... technology research, surveys study and trend statistics
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Human Capital Management - Anybody got any case studies that shows ...
Interim CEO, C-Level Strategies, Business Futurist, 30-yr Track Record, Keynotes, Seminars, Certainty in Uncertain Times see all my answers This was selected as Best Answer Deloitte & Touche did a Human Capital ROI study a few years ago (don't have it handy) that measured human capital practices versus corporate performance. The study had examples. Overall, they found that human capital practices account for up to 40+% of the gap between market-to-book value and that of competitors. posted 3 months ago
Which consulting firms would you say represent the "Top Ten ...
Thirty-five years in private equity as an investor, strategic adviser and team builder in Europe, Asia and North America see all my answers Tom, Since I am a low-tech retained search headhunter the firms I have listed below are ones whose sole business is strategy consulting. There are other great firms whose business is focused more on finance, technology, IT, engineering, HR etc which I have not included as I am unqualified to rank them. So here goes (in alpha order): Arthur D. Little, Bain, Booz Allen Hamilton, Boston Consulting Group, LEK, Marakon, McKinsey, Mercer Oliver Wyman, Monitor, Roland Berger Hope this is helpful. Tony