Disrupt Everything! Use data, analytics, culture and communications to win the talent wars
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You are in a war for talent. Bringing great people in and keeping them happy gets tougher by the day. Let's face it: The old HR and communications playbooks don't cut it anymore. Salesforce.com is the fastest-growing of the world's top 10 software companies, doubling its size in recent years from 8,000 to 15,000 employees. In this session, Jennifer Johnston shows how the company has engaged 80 percent of its workforce. Find out how you can do the same.
- How Salesforce cut its "actively disengaged" workers to 5 percent—one-fifth of the U. S. average
- How Salesforce fixed its recruiting by analyzing mass data in employee social graphs
- Johnston's No. 1 game-changer that's "really moved the needle on employee engagement"
- The three qualities that make communicating in a social network group so powerful
- Why it may be time to kill the intranet
- How social networks increase information flow 30 percent, decrease email and meetings by 25 percent
- Why asking a question on a social group gets a quick answer every time at Salesforce