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Social isolation is increasingly common as individuals mix with ever-growing numbers of people. It’s critically helpful for people to be able to foster ties to groups that they already know and can maintain links with. Being part of an alumni group – where individuals are aligned by a common set of experiences or shared characteristics – is a key part of this.
The war for talent has become the status quo and we know this is unlikely to change over the coming decade. According to the Office for National Statistics, unemployment in the UK is now the […]
In an interview during HR conference Success Connect last week, Mark Brandau, Vice President of Solution Mangement of SAP SuccessFactors, talked about why SAP has chosen to partner with EnterpriseAlumni for Alumni Management, this crucial […]
Over the past year or so, I have spent many hours with individuals working at medium to large organizations talking about the virtues of implementing and managing an alumni association. These individuals range from C-Suite […]
Without an engaged Alumni Group of former employees, an organization cannot have a complete end-to-end employee experience. If businesses want to create a robust and forward-thinking Total Workforce Management strategy, their alumni must be part of […]
By David Sturt and Todd Nordstrom Throughout the years, the two of us have heard countless stories of regret from managers who let stellar employees slip through their fingers. These managers often turn to us […]