Competition for top talent is a battle. Win the war.
There isn’t an organization out there that hasn’t struggled to fill open positions with the best people possible. And once you have them, how do you keep them? Winning the War for Talent 1-hour read addresses the challenges of today’s job market and reveals how your organization can adapt in order to recruit, retain, and develop your employees.
Recruiting is no longer as easy as posting jobs on a job board and waiting for the resumes to pile in. Starting with creating a sales-minded HR team, Chris Czarnik, creator of the groundbreaking Human Search Engine process that serves job seekers and a twenty-year veteran of HR and operations management, lays out the foundation for making your company the one people want to work for.
Retaining your top talent once you have them is easy, right? Not quite. Czarnik identifies the primary reasons great employees leave and how you can prevent that from happening at your company. Developing employees is all about empowering them to own their career paths. You’ll get an actionable plan to keep your employees invested in their growth. From small business owners to global corporations, Winning the War for Talent is a step-by-step guide for building and keeping the best team possible!
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Quotes from Winning the War for Talent
"The size of this generation can fill the shoes left open by the baby boomers in time, but they require a much different workplace than their forefathers."
"As you can begin to see, the first step in successful recruiting is to understand who you are trying to speak to."
"Conduct exit interviews with valued employees thirty days after they leave your organization to get their advice and the truth about your company. In my experience, 20 percent of people who leave want to come back but don’t know how. This is their bridge back to your company."
"In order to motivate employees to start the process of referring potential employees, there needs to be some almost immediate recognition for doing so."
"Putting an employee in a job that is not appropriate for their skill set or their personality is a ticking time bomb."
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