Today's "employers of choice" manage performance to help the new generation of talent achieve their potential, and to help the company meet its strategic objectives. How do mid-sized companies compete with the Fortune 1000 for talent? A cornerstone of an effective talent retention strategy is a meaningful appraisal process that uses real-time, ongoing feedback from the work environment to help plan development and career paths. And when shared values are identified, they reinforce the organization's culture. The latest generation of talent has grown up in a time when they've been told they can do anything with technology that provides immediate answers. This webcast will help mid-sized companies compete as employers of choice, using powerful talent management technology to deliver on the promise of fulfilling talent and business potential.
Don't miss these webcast take aways:
Case study from Alaska-based engineering and architecture company, WHPacific, who increased their retention, reduced overhead, and increased profitability through talent performance management
Case study from professional services firm, O'Sullivan Creel, selected as Top Company for Working Families and 2008 Best Place to Work award in its marketplace, for building strong client relationships and an effective talent appraisal process.