By 2020, about 50% of all jobs will be short-term contracts, freelance work, and temporary assignments. And why not? A job is not a lifetime affair. This shift is starting to have a profound effect on talent acquisition– both current practices and future strategies. While the knee-jerk reaction may be to reject candidates with such short stints on their resumes – most Millenials average 2.6 years at each job - focus instead on the valuable traits and experiences these individuals can bring to your organization. In this HCI Keynote video, Bill Huffaker, Ph.D., the Global Director of Talent Management & Acquisition at GM, shares how his organization has embraced this trend and begun changing its talent management practices as a result.
- Learn whether identifying high-potential employees is a waste of time.
- Explore new ideas in thinking of talent pools across companies.
- Discover the key design principles that GM uses inform its talent acquisition practice.