TalentGuard Announces Integration with Curo

TalentGuard’s integrates with Curo’s best-in-class compensation management system to add greater visibility into employee rewards and bo Austin, Texas – October 19, 2015 – TalentGuard Inc., a leading provider of competency-based talent management solutions announced a partnership agreement with Curo. TalentGuard can now offer customers the ability to reward and compensate performance with transparency and…

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[WEBINAR] Destination Unknown: Employees without career paths present a risk to your organization

We invite you to download the webinar [DESCRIPTION] When employees first enter the workplace, their apprehensions center on their first jobs. What company will they join? Where will they work? What title will they have? How much money will they make? As their time in the workplace grows, however, and their jobs become routine, those…

6 Things Employees Absolutely Hate About Your Internal Career Development Program

6 Things Employees Absolutely Hate About Your Internal Career Development Program I speak with employers all day long about their internal career development programs or lack thereof. Many companies reveal that their annual employee engagement surveys produce low scores on career development. Why do companies continue to receive low scores when it’s the one thing employees want most?…

WEBINAR AVAILABLE FOR DOWNLOAD | 5 Shades of Grading: How Inconsistencies in Performance Reviews Cause Turnover

Our latest webinar, 5 Shades of Grading: How Inconsistencies in Performance Reviews Cause Turnover, is now available online.         What people are saying:   “This is one of the more informative and relatable seminars that I have attended in a long time. It is wonderful to know and share this information.“  …

Why Raising Salaries Isn’t the Sure Cure for Your Employee Retention Problem

Guest blogging for TalentGuard is author, Eric Chester, on a simple way to boost retention by giving employees a compelling reason to stay. There are limits to the extent an employer will go to keep an employee happy, even when the employee is a top performer or in one of those almost-impossible-to-replace positions. But unless they…

MARCH WEBINAR | FIVE SHADES OF GRADING: How Inconsistencies in Performance Reviews Cause Turnover

Employees across the board will tell you that performance reviews are a painful exercise. These outdated methods of appraising an employee’s accomplishments are an uncomfortable experience for the reviewee and the reviewer alike. One reason is that employee appraisals are subjective; managers do not always rate an employee’s performance on objective criteria. Where one manager…