Wednesday, December 16th 2020
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How the pandemic crisis is changing talent management forever?
This week’s must read
With the Covid crisis, companies have been forced to cut jobs, wages and benefits and a number of organizations are struggling to retain staff. A KPMG survey has identified that “talent risk” has become the top priority for CEOs. How do you create an engaged, healthy and effective workforce while meeting human needs?
This Week’s Must Read is an insight piece from Dan Schawbel about the future of employee retention and engagement.
In the midst of the Covid crisis, leaders put their people first and exhaust all other economic opportunities in order to retain their talent while remaining solvent. What will be the priorities of world leaders in protecting the health and safety of employees?
The COVID-19 pandemic has created an unprecedented crisis for organizations around the world, and they will have to respond to new threats or opportunities that require them to quickly rethink their people strategies.
An interesting approach of talent management trends that should allow CHROs to craft a strong and durable talent strategy for the post-COVID-19 world.
From adapting the workplace to the normalisation of remote work, James Lloyd-Townshend, Chairman and CEO of Tenth Revolution Group, explores how talent management strategies have evolved due to COVID
This week’s Consulting News
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This week’s media
In a Wamda hosted a webinar, Nathalie Spree, partner at True, shared her views on the impact COVID-19 continues to have on businesses and the best way to approach talent management during these times.
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