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Learn The History of Talent Management to Understand Its Future

White Paper Published By: Lawson
Published:  May 11, 2011
Type:  White Paper
Length:  19 pages

Talent Management arose in answer to organizations’ needs to “compete on talent.” In the latter half of the 1990s, a war for talent erupted and then clearly waned in the early 21st century, cooled by the slumping economy and global security concerns. However, in the near future, the real battle to attract, develop, motivate and retain talent will heat up again. The aging population—a ticking demographic time bomb—combined with greater demand for skilled workers and leaders will make talent management a top priority for organizations for decades to come. Read this white paper to learn more on the current view of generational differences in the workforce.

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lawson hcm, workforce management practices, integrated talent management, jay jamrog, hci, aging workforce, talent acquisition, onboarding, retention, attrition, engagement, leadership planning, performance management, human capital institute