A 2006 study by IOMA found that companies with effective talent management practices retain employees for longer time periods and outperform industry averages by 22 percent. But most HR departments are still using the same old cookie-cutter approach to finding new hires. This book offers a revolutionary new approach to attracting and hanging onto the best and brightest talent, providing real-world strategies for: ac identifying and evaluating prospective employees ac deciding who will develop and progress into the management ranks ac fitting the personas skills to the job ac developing a strategy to groom oneas staff and keep them happy ac and finding ways to reward them properly and keep them engaged The book explores the latest thinking in employee relations, compensation and benefits, training, on-boarding, and development practices. This is a unique, powerful book no one concerned with finding and retaining the best people should be without.a necessity, not a luxury. Just as organizations provide spe- cialized basic skills training, they can also provide online customer service training or classroom training geared to their industry. The more staff is trained to appeal to cus- tomers , theanbsp;...
|Title||:||The Trouble with HR|
|Author||:||Johnny C. TAYLOR, Gary M. STERN|
|Publisher||:||AMACOM Div American Mgmt Assn - 2009-08-03|