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Many business leaders still think of HR as compliance-driven cost center, instead of a powerful ally in increasing revenue and ensuring organizational longevity. So how can you show that a talent management initiative can and should drive positive business outcomes?
There’s a war going on for talent in the UAE and it means HR directors need to “keep up” today to recruit and keep staff for the future workplace.
The accounting, finance and technology recruitment agency Robert Half interviewed 75 Emirates-based HR directors and found that 40 per cent say the top challenge is the war for talent, closely followed by talent management at 39 per cent.
Recruiting’s New Challenges. Plural. “If you haven’t heard of us—if you’re not using our products—we have to work a little harder [to recruit you]… We are competing for talent with some extremely sexy consumer brands.” This is how Jennifer Johnston, Head of Global Employer Branding…
Dominique Jones is Halogen Software’s Chief People Officer and has over 20 years’ experience in the talent management industry both in Europe and North America. Using her extensive industry experience across the retail, manufacturing, financial services, consulting and professional services sectors, Dominique is focused on…
As managers we have to focus our time and energy. The immediate needs of productivity, cost and revenue often drive behavior at the expense of longer term transformational behavior. Service delivery, competition and making the numbers are our management accountabilities but what about our leadership accountability?
Employers want new hires to swim, not just tread water, as soon as they dive in. How long do new hires have to prove their performance? They must impress their boss in the first 90 days. Here are some reasons for creating a personalized career road map during the first 90 days on the job.
Ram Charan is one of the world’s most influential and exemplary business thinkers. Having worked with leading companies across the globe, he is a dynamic and intensively sought-after business advisor, author and speaker.
As the world gets smaller, many CEOs are responding to the global economic recovery by prioritising growth through expanding operations into emerging markets or seeking innovation from mergers and acquisitions. However, companies need to be cognizant – while these areas offer significant growth opportunities they also present their own challenges.