Tag: Talent-development

Top 5 Ways to Maximize Talent

Recruitment doesn’t stop after a new hire’s first day on the job. Employers need to continually nurture employees so that top recruits stay loyal and engaged. This especially pertains to Black, Latino, Asian, American Indian, female and LGBT staffers and employees with disabilities who can feel ostracized or as if…

Why Paychecks Aren't Enough

Don’t be fooled by all their late nights and hard work: Your employees WILL leave you. And if they come from underrepresented groups, they’ll probably leave faster. With today’s average tenure of employees down to two years or less, employers need to take it up a notch if they want…

How Kraft Increased Promotions of Women in Sales by 39%

What do Kraft Foods (No. 7 in The 2012 DiversityInc Top 50 Companies for Diversity), Dell (No. 26), jcpenney (No. 35) and Toyota (No. 41) have in common They leverage their resource groups to increase sales and enhance talent development. Regardless of company size or industry, resource groups are increasingly…

Best Practices on Improving Retention

While the Big Four accounting firms fiercely compete against each other, they all have one common challenge: the retention of talent.Ernst & Young(No. 5 inThe DiversityInc Top 50 Companies for Diversity),PricewaterhouseCoopers(No. 3),KPMG(No. 29) andDeloitte(No. 8) all work hard to recruit Blacks, Latinos, Asians, American Indians, LGBT people, people with disabilities…

Finding Talent Is No. 1 Global Issue, CEOs Say

The critical question of where to find and how to effectively manage talent tops the priorities of 1,201 business leaders from more than 69 countries, who were surveyed as part of PricewaterhouseCoopers’ annual global CEO survey. PricewaterhouseCoopers (PwC) is No. 1 on The 2012 DiversityInc Top 50 Companies for Diversitylist….

7 Ways to Increase Employee-Resource-Group Participation

Why is participation in employee-resource groups crucial to your diversity-management success DiversityInc Top 50 data, coupled with results from individual corporate research, finds that companies with high employee-resource-group participation report higher overall job performance and engagement as well as enhanced results in recruiting, retaining and promoting people from traditionally underrepresented…

'Believing In People' Is Key to Managing Talent

New ideas and diversity of thought are vital to accomplishing an organization’s goals, said Vice Admiral Anthony L. Winns in an interview with DiversityInc. He explains that, to stay relevant, the U.S. Navy must recruit the nation’s “best and brightest” from a diverse talent pool.