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I recently had a conversation with a colleague at Education Data Systems, Inc. (EDSI) about talent management. Now, this topic is quite timely because almost all respondents to my 2018 Confidence and Clarity Survey stated that retention of talent and finding well-qualified workers will be one of their greatest challenges in 2018.
Reflecting on my college experience, “career” was not a term often thrown around by myself or my fellow classmates. In fact, I could not describe the location of my campus career center if you asked. Surely one existed, but in my college mind, the career center was reserved for driven, data-minded business majors, not a scrappy young graphics art major too entirely focused on wondering how I was going to afford school supplies while pulling all-nighters in desperation to complete my schoolwork.
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Baby Boomers are retiring at a staggering pace of over 4 million per year. Consequently, this has created a dramatic increase in privately held company transfers to the next generation. Needless to say, this can be a huge undertaking. Many business owners are caught in a challenging situation where they feel stressed and unprepared.
How should a company evaluate new ideas? That’s a question I pondered a lot in the past. Who hasn’t sat around a board room table with colleagues, listening to a presentation by someone looking for buy-in on their supposed great idea?
Over the last five years, the term ‘employer brand’ has exploded in use. Your employer brand is basically what your employees (consistently) answer back when you ask them what it’s like to work for your company. Is it good, bad, horrible, confusing?
Recently, I met with representatives from several transit agencies across the country about their workforce challenges. Like most industries, technology is rapidly advancing and jobs are available for workers with the right skills. The challenge is finding people with these skills; or finding and training them.
In this generation of millennials, almost everything can be accessed with the touch of a button. Technological advancements have made social media platforms, online job applications and communication via text or video chat the norm.
The Fortress; it symbolizes all that is strong and impenetrable in folklore and is replicated time and again in mythological stories of protection and safety. When it comes to company culture, there are many types and blends, but the fortress culture is truly the worst kind.