The question seems superfluous because all HR professionals claim that it is necessary. Talent development is a major ingredient of the employer brand and, one can imagine, of the employee experience.
Human Capital Management (HCM) is a process for recruiting, managing, developing and optimizing the human resources of an organization.
The buzzwords that describe the future of our world of work are as varied as the opinions about exactly what this future will look like.
The talent management process is a complex entity in which many different actors and processes must work together effectively.
Talent management must also keep pace here and part with old, rigid patterns. But many companies find it difficult.
At a time when skills are becoming strategic for service companies, talent management seems essential to ensure the sustainability of your business.
The focus is not only on the interests of the employees; the company also wants to achieve important goals and become more successful with talent management.
The steep career in an internationally renowned large corporation or rather a job with a rather unknown medium-sized employer?
Nowadays nobody denies that the shortage of skilled workers is a reality in almost every company.
A look at the history books shows that not all decision-makers always recognize the signs of the times: “The youth of today …” or “At our time this would not have happened.”