Recruiting and retaining the best talents, which is referred to as talent management, is imperative for a company’s success. Hiring employees is not all about finding skilled people and employing them. And, retaining employees cannot be achieved via a handsome salary package alone. Here are 5 steps to manage talents efficiently.

1.Know your requirements

Being vague about what you want from your prospective employee can be frustrating for both of you. So, before you send out the word that you need staff, make a list of the expected requirements.

2.Structure your interview

Carefully plan the conversation with a purpose. Rather than asking the commonly anticipated questions, ask less expected queries that would give you a deeper insight into a particular candidate. For instance instead of “List your strengths and weaknesses”, you can ask “What was the hardest task given to you by your previous employer, and how did you manage to accomplish it?”

3.Review feedback

Take the opinions of your other staff in evaluating the candidates interviewed. They can see concerns that you might have missed, regarding the candidate’s suitability for the position and your company.

4.Choose wisely

Go for the candidate who has scored the best in the interview, and is most likely to professionally grow in your company.

5.Ensure job satisfaction

What makes employees stick to an employer is the job satisfaction that he receives. You can ensure this by creating a feeling of job security, communicating what is needed from an employee, creating an honest and open work environment, providing opportunities to learn and grow, and identifying and rewarding good work.

GBN Training Centre offers a 2-day masterclass in Talent management that helps candidates understand an organization’s prime talent management challenges and learn solutions to overcome these. This course also imparts knowledge of the talent management processes, practices and current trends.

Chairmen, board members, human resource directors and executives, HR supervisors and managers, HR department general managers and heads, senior HR professionals, business unit heads, HR practitioners, consultants, business owners, decision makers, HR business partners, and business unit heads can benefit from attending this course.

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