In cable, as in other industries, concrete workforce data plays an ever-increasing role in guiding companies’ hiring, talent management and retention strategies. Guest columnist Pamela Williams, executive director for CTHRA, discusses the results of the organization's Human Capital Metrics Survey.
Data just released from the Cable and Telecommunications Human Resources Association 2012 Benefits Survey illustrates that industry employers offer very robust benefit packages.
In virtually all industries, employers are ramping up efforts to be good corporate citizens. But in the cable industry, it's nothing new. Pamela Williams, executive director of CTHRA, asks MSOs and programmers about their major philanthropic initiatives and how they impact the bottom line.
Pamela Williams, Executive Director of CTHRA, asks association members about their companies' approaches to the challenge of managing talent while providing employees with the tools they need to navigate uncharted waters.
Over the past few years our industry has seen a burgeoning trend in employee benefits programs: the launching of healthy-living initiatives. Pamela Williams, executive director for CTHRA, polled members about their companies' wellness programs.
In recent years technologies and applications have advanced nearly non-stop, each time giving birth to new jobs with very specific skills sets. Pamela Williams, Executive Director of CTHRA, takes a look at the current crop of skill sets needed for today's cable jobs, including cloud computing, social media marketing and technical development expertise.