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Talent Management & Development Journey to Japan

China Gorman

Imagine that you’re the Global Head of Talent at an employer with a significant number of employees in Japan. And then understand that in 2014, 26% of Japan’s population was estimated to be 65 years or older, and the Health and Welfare Ministry has estimated that over-65s will account for 40% of the population by 2060.

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3 HR Trends in 2014

Dave's Weekly Thought

It's been an interesting year in the world of Human Resources: The certification debate rages on , talent management is evolving at whiplash pace, generational diversity has created a roller coaster of succession planning and the social space has never been more populated with educated HR advisors. Here come the apps.


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Talent As A Critical Resource


Today, I’d like to talk about staffing our organizations to meet the demands of growth and turnover–or simply, talent management. An organization’s growth in this decade and beyond will be determined by how its leaders respond to the challenges associated with talent management. Think about it.

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Reflektive Customer Series: Using Reflektive for Remote Talent Management at Enquero


Enquero was founded in 2014, and we help organizations digitize information, skills, and experiences. Reflektive: What was performance management like prior to using Reflektive? It also supports our talent management efforts, as we can coach and develop employees based on our insights.

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5 Culture Trends for 2019

Companies that are looking to attract, engage, and retain top talent should leverage these trends to create workplaces where employees thrive. As we approach 2019, major shifts in the work environment will continue to affect the ways companies do business.

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Talent Management- What Is It and Why Is It Important?


Talent management is a crucial aspect of organizational success that involves a strategic approach to attracting and developing the right talent to meet the company’s objectives. By prioritizing talent acquisition and nurturing employee growth, companies can create a highly-skilled, engaged, and productive workforce.

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How this 3D printing company improved its culture and talent management strategy

Chief Learning Officer - Talent Management

When founder and CEO Amir Mansouri started the company in 2014, cultivating culture was easy. SprintRay began to develop a formal talent management strategy once it had around 20-30 employees, Mansouri said. SprintRay began to develop a formal talent management strategy once it had around 20-30 employees, Mansouri said.