Once you’ve identified your organisation’s top talent, how can you ensure these valuable individuals stick around? For businesses that have identified the ‘top talent’ – the people with the capability to steer your organisation towards future success and create long-term, sustainable growth - holding on to these individuals can be quite a challenge.
Published: 22 May 2018
One of HR's most pressing challenges in the war for talent, is to meet the needs and expectations of people demanding better experiences in the workplace, with all the agility and flexibility that is expected. Progressive companies that take this seriously are the ones attracting and keeping the best as they shift from HR to ‘people’ science.
Published: 17 May 2018
Talent retention is, quite simply, the most cost-saving service a human resources team can deliver in an organisation. Staff are your company’s most precious resource and retaining experienced employees is crucial to its success. Retaining talent saves time, money and managerial effort in respect of...
Published: 13 May 2018
We’re used to hearing about growing opportunities for modern businesses, but it’s time we also paid attention to the rising number of challenges these businesses face trying to keep ahead of their competitors.
Published: 26 December 2017
Despite these barriers, SMEs remain committed to staff investment, with more than one in five (22 percent) saying if their revenue were to double, their first investment would be to increase their staff numbers. As businesses grow in size, investment priorities change.
Published: 21 October 2017
South West and East of England facing biggest talent deficits in 2017. Biggest driver of talent shortage is competition between public sector bodies and infrastructure programmes, with £500bn of projects in the construction pipeline to 2021. From Joe Stringer, Partner for EY Government and Public Sector.
Published: 17 September 2017
When UK SME leaders were asked about the challenges they face in the next 12 months, half cited talent management as one of the biggest. Confidence in business growth: For their own businesses, 70 percent are confident that sales will increase over the next 12 months alongside profitability (52 percent). A further 55 percent believe headcount will increase. Comment Roger Martin-Fagg, Vistage Chief Economist.
Published: 11 July 2017
Eighty-seven percent of companies recognise the need to focus on their people as they struggle to recruit and retain talent. From Adam Hale, EVP - Sage People.
Published: 27 May 2017
The last five years has seen a dramatic cultural shift in the boardroom with one in four companies now evidencing at least one woman at the heart of senior decision making. From Nicki Seignot is an established coach, mentor and author of Mentoring New Parents at Work.
Published: 18 February 2017
These days, average employees are easy to find, as the hyper-competitive nature of today's economy has squeezed them out of many workplaces in favor of highly motivated and talented workers. Article from Ben Barlow.
Published: 7 February 2017