RSS Feed

Features: Talent Management

More Articles: Latest Popular Archives
boss boss

Preoccupation with process, is costing businesses top talent

We always talk of onboarding as a process, but in order to hire the best talent in any market, we need to think more holistically about the candidate’s experience when joining a business. We should want to ensure an employee will move from new hire to prospective leader in a single positive experience.

Article by: Claire Darley | Published: 10 June 2018

Brexit haven? The pros and cons of businesses locating to Dublin

The country boasts some of the highest education rates in Europe and the city itself is home to a young, cosmopolitan and highly qualified population, willing to work for wages well below London rates. Enter JPMorgan, Facebook and Google, which are just a few of the numerous companies confirmed to be doubling down on already-significant operations in Dublin. CONTRIBUTOR Dan Chester, Managing Director -

Article by: Dan Chester | Published: 8 June 2018

pensions pensions

Dangers of holding back top talent

Many of the UK’s ‘smart talent’ employees unable to reach their full potential at work. The expectations of the UK’s most driven, ambitious employees – smart talent. Top employees feel held back at work; 96 percent claim being unable to contribute their full set of skills and strengths. digital technologies are key to enhancing their experiences and ability to contribute at work.

Article by: Dean Forbes | Published: 6 June 2018

personal personal

How to Nurture Your Top Talent

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.

Article by: Jenny Straumers | Published: 22 May 2018

An alliance with science
Print – Issue 163 | Article of the Week

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.

Article by: Sarah Andresen | Published: 17 May 2018

skills skills

Talent Retention: the Gold Star of Successful HR

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...

Article by: Samantha Hulson | Published: 13 May 2018

talent talent

How to win the war on talent

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.

Article by: Ian Symes, Executive Vice President, Europe & General Manager, UK at Right Management. | Published: 26 December 2017

unemployment unemployment

The key to talent is organic

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.

Article by: Jose Carvalho | Published: 21 October 2017

work work

Project management talent deficit takes its toll

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.

Article by: Joe Stringer | Published: 17 September 2017

technology technology

Talent management, the greatest future challenge

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.

Article by: Roger Martin-Fagg | Published: 11 July 2017