Monthly Archives: November 2012

Talent Management: Utility of viewing Retention work like Preventative Maintenance

A recent article posting in Business Intelligence (10 Reasons Employees Resign) outlines ten common reasons that people leave organizations. For those of us who deal with talent retention this list will be familiar. The ten reasons in this article are: … Continue reading

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Talent Management: McKinsey predicts war for talent will go nuts by 2020

A recent post in Business Intelligence (McKinsey Predicts The War For Talent Will Go Nuts By 2020 ) raises the alarmist spectre of: High skilled talent (college degree & higher): Demand, 166 – 168 million; Supply, 150 million; Gap, – 10% … Continue reading

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