The skills employees need to ensure a company succeeds in a disrupted and technology-enabled world of work are changing. Digital skills, knowledge and abilities are now crucial, so HR professionals' ability to attract, recruit and retain people with these skills is the difference between business success and failure. Digital Talent equips HR with the tools they need to assess what these critical skills are, how to attract the people who have them, keep these people engaged, productive and performing to the best of their abilities. It also provides crucial guidance on how to continuously develop these employees to ensure that the organization has the skills it needs both for today and the future.
Digital Talent provides guidance on how to help staff avoid digital addiction and stop employees becoming overwhelmed by technology. This book also dispels the myth that digital proficiency is the sole domain of the millennial workforce. With advice on how to create new processes that are fit for purpose in the age of digital transformation, build inclusion when digital culture is becoming more prominent and effectively use digital abilities to maximise productivity while maintaining employee wellbeing, this is the book on talent that all HR professionals need to make sure that their people, and the business as a whole, stay ahead of the competition.