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5 Steps to Avoid Talent Shortfalls Using Data-Driven Workforce Planning

Visier

a big postwar question, and ushered in an era of new revolutionary practices, such as coaching, job rotation, 360-degree feedback, high-potential tracks, and succession planning. Companies with poor workforce planning were at risk of going out of business or being sold off. As a result, almost all large companies dedicated an entire department to workforce planning, and HR played a powerful role.

3 Ways You Can Extend the Work Lifecycle of Older Employees

The Tim Sackett Project

A recent study at the University of Minnesota found that employers need to add programs to focus on older workers: The study argued that programs aimed at training workers won’t be enough to satisfy the state’s need for workers between 2020 and 2030. These retired engineers loved it!