An organizations ability to adequately recruit new talent and fill positions will depend on an effective talent management plan.
Talent management is an integrated process that is designed to attract, retain, and develop employees and serves as a key component to an organizations success. An organizations ability to adequately recruit new talent and fill positions will depend on an effective talent management plan. Each week, you explored key processes of talent management including workforce planning, talent sourcing and selection, onboarding, employee development, employee engagement, performance management, succession planning, talent retention, and compensation. The final assignment of the course builds on the work you have completed throughout the term. For this assignment, you will take on the role of an HR director to develop and design a fully integrated Talent Management Plan.
The mid-sized company, ABC Athletics Co., is now experiencing sales growth and will need to hire additional employees to keep up with demand. The organization experienced an increase in turnover rates among production workers in the past five years and expects it to continue over the next three years. ABC Athletics Co. also expects to lose 10% of its workforce through retirement. It is apparent that the talent management process needs improvement and the organization must be better prepared to respond to short-term and long-term changes in the workforce. As the HR director, you recognize the need for a new, comprehensive, and integrated talent management approach.