Learning and talent management experts from Cornerstone OnDemand and Astadia Consulting UK are hosting a business breakfast to reveal proven ways for successfully attracting, motivating, developing and retaining high performers in a down economy.
Event also to feature executives from Homeloan Management Limited (HML) and Willis Global Recruitment.
Now more than ever, HR and training professionals are concerned about the impact the current economic downturn is having on their abilities to attract, develop and retain top performers for their organisations.
Cornerstone OnDemand, a leader in on-demand, integrated learning and talent management software and services, and global business consulting firm Astadia Consulting UK, are hosting a complimentary business breakfast for UK professionals to share and discuss best practices in employee sourcing and retention this Friday, November 28 from 8:15 a.m. to 10 a.m. at the MWB Business Exchange in London’s City.
According to recent CIPD research, more than 86 percent of UK employers are experiencing recruitment difficulties.
Additionally, the number of employees in the UK who have been in their current job for more than five years has fallen to just 20 percent.1
“An organisation’s most valuable asset is its employees, but with more limited budgets and resources, businesses are becoming increasingly uncertain about the direction of their talent strategies,” said Vincent Belliveau, General Manager, EMEA, Cornerstone OnDemand.
“However, now is the time for companies to make the right investments and align their human capital management strategies with overall business goals in order to create organisational efficiencies and attract, cultivate and retain high-performing talent. Those that do will be better positioned for success.”
Learning and talent management experts from both companies will reveal the best ways for businesses to gain advantages and strengthen their own talent management strategies in areas such as:
- Driving employee engagement
- Providing clear career path and employee development programmes
- Giving appropriate performance and recognition reviews
- Assessing compensation and benefit segmentation
- Facing internal and external recruitment challenges