|Benchmarking Reports for Human Resources Management
Best Practices, LLC has conducted extensive research in the field of Human Resources. Browse through and sample our published Human Resources research in the topics below:
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|Best Practices in Career Path Definition and Succession Planning|
Manage your "corporate benches" to meet company needs with successful career path and succession planning systems. This report will enable companies to design and implement successful career path and succession planning systems. As executives seek to manage their own "corporate benches" to meet company needs, it is critical that they identify and implement the innovative systems and practices that other top companies have used to drive performance.
Best Practices in Developing a Structured Career Path for the Managed Markets Professional
The managed markets sales function within the pharma sector has risen dramatically in importance as payers' influence has ballooned. Defining a strong and clear career pathway in managed markets sales is an important part of driving results for this function. Yet, career path planning and management for this role is a major challenge in the pharma sector.
Best Practices, LLC did this study to better understand how the managed market sales function is organized, including possible career path progression models, performance measurements, promotion eligibility requirements, and trends around other factors that improve engagement and performance.
The study provides critical insights, reliable metrics, and trends data that managed markets leadership can use to evaluate and improve the structure, organization and career path planning program inside their organization's managed markets function.
Department size and structure
Measuring staff performance
Describing benefits & compensation
Employee background, credentials & career path
Driving Growth through Recruiting Excellence: Best Practices in Recruitment and Selection
Target rich sources of candidates and implement innovative recruiting techniques to successfully court highly qualified individuals. In the knowledge economy, people, not products, distinguish a company from its competitors. The highly competitive labor market increases each employee's importance. In these conditions, innovative recruiting techniques set winning companies apart from their competition. Does your company have the recruiting savvy to be a winner in today's market? This report will help make sure you do.