Employee Life Cycle Management
Employee Life Cycle Management deals with the most important asset not on your balance sheet – the highly engaged employee. It is defined as the tools, processes and management structure that support the total experience of your employees from beginning to end. When managed correctly, your company’s employees wake-up every day motivated and excited to go to work. They return home fulfilled, knowing that their hard work contributed to the success of their organization.
There are seven stages of an employee’s life cycle:
- Workforce Management Planning – A plan to ensure your organization has the human capital required to be successful, such as staffing requirements, compensation, and benefit plan design.
- Employment Branding – The perceptions and interactions potential candidates have of your employment brand. This includes job postings, social media, and career websites.
- Recruiting – The candidate experience from initial application to hire. This includes the experience for candidates who are not selected for hire.
- Onboarding – The employee experience from offer through the first six (6) months of employment.
- Development – The employee and leader experience when managing progression in learning, developing, and growing throughout their tenure with your organization.
- Engagement – The emotional commitment your employee has to your organization and its goals.
- Performance Management – The employee and leader experience to plan, monitor, and review your employee’s work objectives and overall contribution to your organization.
For more information, contact:
Mark Lerman at (314) 603-0781 and firstname.lastname@example.org