Talent Q Survey Shows Talent Management is Becoming Less Transparent

New research by people management firm, Talent Q, has revealed that the way in which organisations manage talent has become much more secretive than a year ago. On the back of widespread redundancies and organisational restructuring, the number of senior HR executives saying that their talent management process had become less transparent, increased by over 41 per cent. - March 10, 2010

2010 Talent Management Survey Reveals Growing Confidence

Talent Q research reveals 55 percent of organisations plan to increase investment in talent in 2010, suggesting returning confidence - Large organisations still planning significant headcount reductions - March 08, 2010

Pressurised Leaders Are at Increased Risk of Exhibiting Extreme Behaviour

Talent Q urges employers to assess existing employees and identify latent issues with potential recruits. - October 28, 2009

Talent Q Seeks Views for Annual Talent Management Survey

- Views of senior HR practitioners sought - Results will provide barometer of HR practice in a rapidly changing business environment - Comprehensive talent management report to be distributed free to all respondents - September 30, 2009

Research Reveals Benefits of an Aging Workforce

Talent Q research reveals older workers are more flexible and fulfilled. Employers urged to harness potential of aging workforce. - September 12, 2009

HR Professionals Must Adapt Faster to Changing Business Environment

Talent Q research reveals over a third of companies are slow to adapt HR practices in light of changed economic climate. Dangerously slow reaction most notable in troubled financial services sector, with two thirds not revising their talent management strategy. - May 21, 2009

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