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Competitive People Strategy

How to Attract, Develop and Retain the Staff You Need for Business Success

Identify and attract the people with the skills your organization needs to meet its business goals and keep these employees engaged to avoid them taking their expertise to your competitors
EAN: 9780749484545
Edition: 1
Format: 234x156
256 pages

About the book

Resourcing and talent management is a business imperative. Setting a strategic plan for a business is futile without employees who have the necessary knowledge and capabilities to deliver on these strategic objectives. This means that finding, hiring, developing and retaining the people an organization needs has never been more important. Competitive People Strategy shows how to achieve this by moving from the traditional recruitment process of advertising a job and hoping the right person sees it to a much more tactical and proactive approach. With practical guidance, advice and examples throughout, enables HR professionals to answer critical business questions including how can I identify the people with the skills we need to meet our organization's business goals? How can I encourage these people to work for our business rather than our competitors? and how can I keep these employees engaged, motivated and performing to the best of their ability?

Covering everything from how to leverage artificial intelligence (AI) in recruitment and how to optimize processes for a multigenerational workforce through to how to continually develop and upskill staff so that your business maintains its competitive edge, Competitive People Strategy is an essential guide to hiring, developing and retaining the staff you need for business success.

About the authors

Kevin Green

Kevin Green has been the Chief Executive of the Recruitment and Employment Confederation (REC) since 2008. Prior to this, he was the HR Director at Royal Mail and an independent HR consultant advising organizations including First Choice, Fuji, Debenhams and the UK Cabinet Office.

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