Solutions Review’s Best of 2018: Top HR Tech Articles
With the end of the year nearly upon us, the editors at Solutions Review thought now is the time to reflect upon the Talent Management Software (TMS) market for enterprises: the research we’ve done, the best practices we compiled, and the analyst reports we’ve delved. Enterprises can find talent management systems confusing, complex, and expense. Part of our job here is to demystify TMS and make selecting the right solution easier through our extensive HR tech articles.
In this light, we would like to present our personal choices for the Top Talent Management Articles of 2018. These articles represent some of the best we at Solutions Review do as we dive into a mature and essential TMS market. Here are our choices:
“With the current market becoming highly competitive for quality workers, otherwise known as the “war for talent,” companies are considering HR capital a top priority, and since companies are only as successful as the people within them, it’s important to find, hire and retain quality candidates and top performers. A strong and efficient talent management system can help with attracting and retaining top talent as well as making a bottom-line impact on productivity.”
“There are loads of free resources available online (such as Solutions Review’s buyer’s guides and best practices), and those are great, but sometimes it’s best to do things the old fashioned way. There are few resources that can match the in-depth, comprehensive detail of a good book. With this in mind, our editors have done the research for you, having reviewed many of these books. We’ve carefully selected the top talent management books based on relevance, popularity, review ratings, publish date, and ability to add business value.”
“Solutions Review has compiled this list of the 10 coolest talent management CEOs based on a number of factors, including the company’s market share, growth path and the impact each individual has had on its presence in what is becoming the most competitive global software market. Some of these individuals have been with their respective companies since day one while others are serial entrepreneurs. One thing that stands out is the diversity of skills that these chief executives bring to the table, each with a unique perspective that allows their company to thrive.”
“In the 2018 Magic Quadrant report, Gartner evaluates the strengths and weaknesses of 11 vendors that it considers most significant in the HCM market and provides readers with a graph (the Magic Quadrant) plotting the vendors based on their ability to execute and their completeness of vision. Here at Solutions Review, we’ve read the report and pulled a few of the most important takeaways.”