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Talent management describes the processes used by employers to attract, identify, develop, engage and retain individuals of particular value to their organisation.
Successful talent management can lead to an increased ability to attract star performers, a reduction in recruitment costs, and a more focused approach to the allocation of the training budget.
23 Oct 2020
24 Nov 2020 | Register now. HR leaders have had to steer organisations through unprecented change...
29 Sep 2020
Offering a scholarship is not just for universities and other educational institutions, it could be a way to fulfil some...
8 Sep 2020
The shortlist for the Personnel Today Awards 2020 has now been announced, with an array of major employers showcasing the...
24 Jun 2020
ON-DEMAND | This webinar, in association with Sage People looks at how HR leaders are adapting in this new world. What does it mean for managing workforces today?
22 Jun 2020
Pinsent Masons scooped up four awards – including the coveted Grand Prix award – at this year’s People in Law...
3 Jun 2020
ON-DEMAND | This Personnel Today webinar in association with Degreed ...
29 May 2020
With just one week left until the original deadline, we announce that organisations can apply for a two-week extension to...
3 Mar 2020
Rather than run the risk of being caught out by the extension of off-payroll working rules to the private sector,...
13 Feb 2020
The urge to commit to too many initiatives may be one of the greatest challenges facing HR, according to global...
3 Feb 2020
Almost a quarter of employers in the UK are unable to find the talent they need.
20 Nov 2019
Short-listed organisations that have adopted a particularly proactive and imaginative approach to talent management.
25 Sep 2019
Ben Farmer (pictured), head of HR, UK corporate, at global retail and technology organisation Amazon, will deliver a keynote address...
2 Sep 2019
Starting salaries for teachers will reach as much as £30,000 by the 2022-23 academic year under a range of plans announced today.
31 May 2019
DNA testing for ancestry and medical insights has become increasingly popular as the technology matures, but what impact could it have on talent development at work?