Talent pools can offer ways to develop employee groups. These are often high performing or high potential talent. Reprint from SHRM’s Recruiter Handbook.
Recruiting and Retention
These posts focus on employee recruiting and retention as part of business leadership and management.
Employee retention and recruiting are top priority today. But who owns them? Every employee shares responsibility for employee retention. It takes training.
Replacement planning and succession planning go hand-in-hand. As recruiting and retention get harder, replacement planning helps keep organizations productive.
Employee engagement is high priority today. It helps with retention and productivity. But we also want commitment from our employees. How do engagement and commitment differ?
Recruiting tops the list for most companies today. We simply have to accomplish our recruiting goals. To do that, think like a marketer. And find ways to let technology help!
You don’t have to lower your qualifications when recruiting. And still get the talent you need. Here are three things you can do to ensure a certain skill level when recruiting.
Recruiting today means giving potential candidates a realistic job preview. Job seekers want to know the good, bad and ugly of an employer. Technology can help.