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11 Ways to Better Your Talent Management Process

“Coming together is a beginning; keeping together is progress; working together is success.” 

– Henry Ford

Hiring to Retain
Is there a way to tailor talent strategies in order to recruit and retain and also develop your organization’s future leaders?  Throughout my career as a recruiter, I have been consistently challenged because I have a notion that we (I) must hire to retain – no matter what your role is, whether you are a third-party agency recruiter, executive recruiter, RPO or in-house corporate recruiter and as such part of your organization’s HR team.  It is not only possible to hire to retain, but it is imperative when you consider the frosty outlook for skilled yet available talent.

Improve Employee Engagement in 2014

Shiny Happy New Year…or is it?
Improve Employee Engagement in 2014

The dawn of the New Year ushers in new opportunity, giving people the option to clear the slate and start anew. One recent report shows that the majority of U.S. employees are on the move, planning to pursue new jobs this New Year. In fact, only 5% of those surveyed say they intend to stay in their current position. This spells danger for employers who are looking to retain their top talent and improve performance in 2014. And since the best offense is a strong defense, now is the time to work on engagement. 


The Next Generation of Leaders: 6 Needs to Remember

“You gain strength, courage and confidence by every experience in which you really stop to look fear in the face. You must do the thing you think you cannot do.” – Eleanor Roosevelt

Organizations Must Prepare

As we look to the future of our organizations, we must prepare for the many variables that affect jobseekers and the current workforce. Workforce demographics are changing for multiple reasons, including that some Baby Boomers will be leaving the workforce as an influx of Millennials and Gen Y opportunity seekers will join or migrate.