Is Your Talent Program World-Class?

You'll need a different mindset to compete and win the war for top global talent.

Is your company prepared for a talent war? The quest for top talent is a leading concern among corporations, according to a Deloitte and Forbes Insights study, which found that more than half of companies are concerned about the health of their pipelines, especially when it comes to executive management.


So what are leading companies doing to step up their recruiting and retention strategies?

In Finding Talent Sources Globally, DiversityInc provides the findings of the study and breaks down what those companies with successful recruiting and retention practices are doing to take their talent programs to "world-class" status.

Readers will learn:

  • The importance of metrics and aligning talent with business goals
  • How generational and gender issues, as well as global diversity, are affecting talent recruitment
  • How many levels down a successful succession plan should go

Read Finding Talent Sources Globally at BestPractices.DiversityInc.com.

 

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