HR Manager, Upstream Strategy, Planning and HQ Operations
Webcast On Demand
June 27, 2013 | Shelli Hendricks, Fiona Hewlett-Parker
Employees are moving faster than ever before from one organization to the next. Some research suggests that the average high performer stays with an organization only 4-5 years before moving on, and these transitions can devastate firms without a strong talent mobility culture.
How can the concept of talent mobility be designed and redefined to give organizations and employees the tools and information they need to be most successful? Poor communication about other potential roles, a lack of transparency around open positions, and cultural fit all contribute to employees leaving an organization before their time. The need to increase engagement, improve retention and bolster performance gives organizations a clear opportunity to focus on the role talent mobility plays in the employee lifecycle.
Don’t miss these takeaways:
Learn what components make up the talent mobility lifecycle from hiring to outplacement
Discover how more transparency around the talent mobility process can yield increased productivity and retention of key talent
Find out how a talent mobility practice can help organizations better leverage their entire talent management process