Getting employees to look at lateral moves as
new paths to success can help to engage and
retain them, some employers have found.
The last of a three-part series on recruiting looks at the
increased demand for workforce planning and analytics
that has come out of the recession and slow recovery.
NOVEMBER 2010 • $8.95
WHEN THE RECESSION HIT AND
COMPOUNDED CHALLENGES ALREADY
UNIQUE TO THE U.S. POSTAL SERVICE,
CHRO ANTHONY VEGLIANTE ROSE TO
THE OCCASION BY HELPING TO LEAD AN
DANIEL AFZAL, UNITED STATES POS TAL SERVICE
BY SCOTT FLANDER
How would you like to be the head of HR at an organization that has eliminated 80,000 jobs in the last two years (without laying anybody off), has rescheduled and reassigned another 100,000 employees who stayed on, expects to lose $7 billion this year and faces a
steadily declining demand for its product?