Talent Management

February 7, 2017

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Reaching the right candidate for a position isn’t easy, especially now. We live in a big, connected world with a hundred different channels available for anything, which is why it’s important to have a plan when it comes to advertising your jobs. First, you need to find the right channel (i.e. job boards, job sites). Second, you need to know your brand and finally, you need to make it stand out.

Now that it’s 2017, recruiting is really an exercise in marketing. You are marketing your company as a great place to work. We suggest you:

January 17, 2017

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We’ve all just gotten comfortable with the idea of having millennials in the workplaces and their work ethic and habits. Now that they’re moving into management, it’s time to introduce the next generation—Generation Z. This year will be the first year they set foot in the workplace and in three years they will make up more than 20% of the total workforce.

They’re not so different from millennials; they grew up similarly with technology on all sides and the same sense of inclusion and team building. As expected, their introduction to the workplace will further the technology gap between the younger employees and the boomer generation. But their new outlook on business and technological demands and workplace expectations will encourage companies to expand and grow in different ways.

January 19, 2016

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Was your company’s New Year resolution to retain a great team and grow your business? By keeping up with the 2016 talent management trends, you’ll be able to solidify your workforce development strategy and fulfill your resolution.

First to attract top talent, outline the perfect candidate in your job posting to gain the specific skill set that you are looking for. In addition when your talent management strategy also has a focus on diverse audiences, you’ll reap the benefits of employing candidates with unique life experiences that will help you achieve your business goals.

After you’ve hired a great team, whether you want to increase engagement in new hires or seasoned employees, you will need to invest in skill development. Skill gaps prevent employees from staying engaged. A strategy that includes offering ongoing training via a learning management system can help close those gaps by educating employees with the skills that can make them successful.